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A ROLL OF THE GRADUATES OF THE 
UNIVERSITY OF GLASGOW 



PUBLISHED BY 

JAMES MACLEHOSE AND SONS, GLASGOW, 
Publishers to the anibersitg. 

MACMILLAN AND CO., LTD., LONDON. 
New York, - The Macmillan Co. 
London, - - Sitnpkin, Hamilton and Co. 
Cambridge, Macmillan and Bowes. 
Edinburgh, - Douglas and Foulis. 

MDCCCXCVIII. 



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A Roll of the Graduates 



of the 



University of Glasgow 

From 3ist December, 1727 
To 3ist December, 1897 

With Short Biographical Notes 



Compiled by 

W. Innes Addison 

Assistant to the Clerk of Senate 




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Glasgow 
James MacLehose & Sons, 61 St. Vincent Street 

Publishers and Booksellers to the University 
1898 




GLASGOW I PRINTED AT THE UNIVERSITY PRESS 
BY ROBERT MACLEHOSE AND CO. 



PREFACE 



THE present volume is the outcome of two less ambitious schemes. 

The Munimenta Alme Universitatis Glasguensis, published in 1854 by 
the Maitland Club under the editorship of Mr. Cosmo Innes, contains, inter 
alia, chronological Lists of the Laureati or Graduates from the foundation 
of the University in 1450-51 down to the close of the year 1727, and an 
alphabetical Index Nominum affords the means of easy reference to any name 
appearing in these Lists. 

The subsequent graduations have been recorded, either in special Registers 
cr in the Minute Books, with, on the whole, praiseworthy completeness and 
accuracy ; but as no index of this portion had ever been made, the con- 
stantly occurring task of tracing individual graduates was always attended 
with great labour and much uncertainty. 

To remedy this state of matters, the compiler commenced a series of 
Indices to the various Registers, but, after proceeding some considerable way, 
it occurred to him that the materials which he had collected were worthy ot 
better utilization, and that a General Alphabetical Roll of all the Graduates 
showing at a glance the several degrees (if more than one) held by each person 
would be more serviceable and satisfactory. 

This scheme was duly carried out, when a further development suggested 
itself, namely, that short biographical notes should, where possible, be appended. 
When that had been accomplished in regard to the large majority of the 
names, there still remained some the particulars of whose after life could not 
be ascertained. In reference to these an attempt was made to discover at 
least their parentage or birthplace. The Matriculation Entries, as throwing 
light on such points, have, therefore, in many instances been quoted, and in 
others the nationalities, as appearing in the Graduation Albums, are subjoined. 



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The remaining names (pleasingly few in number) represent graduates whose 
identity has baffled inquiry. 

Curiously enough, no separate Registers of Honorary Degrees were kept 
till the foundation of the New University Buildings in 1868. It thus became 
necessary to examine all the Minutes of Faculty, Senate, etc., from 1727 
downwards, and to make up therefrom the requisite Lists. This inspection 
of the records afforded an opportunity of noting a few quaint cases of 
discipline, etc., of checking and verifying the contents of the other Graduation 
Registers, and, in some early years, of adding names many of them highly 
important which had not been recorded in the ordinary books. 

The process of compilation has necessarily been attended with somewhat 
formidable difficulties. The three chief obstacles were (i) identification or 
differentiation in cases where two or more degrees (e.g., M.A. and M.D.) were 
granted to persons of the same name at different times ; (2) the ascertainment 
of full Christian and middle names a point which had been rather overlooked 
in the records ; and (3) the collection of biographical matter. 

It was found that the Matriculation Albums from 1728 to 1858 were 
unindexed, and to render them serviceable an index of the 17,083 names 
which they contain had to be prepared. It was also thought desirable to 
index the Old Class Rolls, contained in four large M.S. volumes, and to 
collect as many as possible of the Prize Lists prior to the printed set which 
commences with 1833. These have accordingly been copied from the Glasgow 
newspaper files for a period of 56 years namely, 1777 to 1832. 

The great bulk of the biographical information had, however, to be sought 
for outwith the academic records. Prior to the commencement in 1859-60 of 
a General Council Register, the University preserved little trace of its graduates, 
save in the cases where honorary degrees were conferred, or ordinary degrees 
granted in special circumstances. From that date to the institution of a 
Parliamentary Register of Council in 1868, the aid afforded by the Registers 
was but slight. Even then registration was merely optional, and though, in 
1 88 1, it became compulsory, the remissness of graduates themselves in announc- 
ing changes of address or occupation, and the neglect of representatives to 
intimate deaths, have tended greatly to lessen the usefulness of these records 
as sources of information. They, and the Registration Books on which they 
are founded, have, however, been exhaustively examined, and their contents 
have been utilized so far as they seemed reliable. 

Besides many individual biographies and other publications (such as 
Calendars, Post-Office Directories, newspapers, etc.) occasionally referred to 
not to mention Death Registers and Tombstones the following are the 



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principal authorities laid under contribution, and most of them have been 
compared, name-by-name, with the entries in the Roll : 

The Dictionary of National Biography, volumes I. to LI I. 

The Imperial Dictionary of Universal Biography, 3 volumes. 

Anderson's Scottish Nation, 3 volumes. 

Chambers' Lives of Illustrious and Distinguished Scotsmen, 4 volumes. 

Appleton's Cyclopaedia of American Biography, 6 volumes. 

The Dictionary of Australasian Biography. 

Glasgow, Past and Present, 3 volumes. 

Peter Mackenzie's Old Reminiscences ot Glasgow and the West of Scotland, 

2 volumes. 

Memoirs and Portraits of One Hundred Glasgow Men, 2 volumes. 
The Old Country Houses of the Old Glasgow Gentry. 
Strang's Glasgow and its Clubs. 
Cleland's Annals of Glasgow, 2 volumes. 
The University of Glasgow, Old and New, 1450-1891. 

Duncan's Memorials of the Faculty of Physicians and Surgeons of Glasgow. 
W. J. Duncan's Literary History of Glasgow. 
History of the High School of Glasgow. 
Scott's Fasti Ecclesiae Scoticanac, 3 volumes. 
Brown's Annals of the Disruption. 

M'Kelvie's Annals and Statistics of the United Presbyterian Church. 
Scott's Annals of the Original Secession Church. 
Reid's History of the Presbyterian Church in Ireland, 3 volumes. 
Killen's History of Congregations of the Presbyterian Church in Ireland. 
Grant's Church Almanac, 15 volumes. 
Catalogue of the Graduates in Arts, Divinity, and Law of the University of 

Edinburgh, 1858. 

Foster's Alumni Oxonienses, 1715-1888, 2 volumes. 
Munk's Roll of the Royal College of Physicians of London, 3 volumes. 
Cameron's History of the Royal College of Surgeons in Ireland. 
History of the Society of Writers to Her Majesty's Signet 
Members of Parliament for Scotland, 1357-1882. 
Debrett's Peerage, Baronetage, Knightage, and Companionage, 
Oliver & Boyd's Edinburgh Almanac (and its predecessors), 83 volumes. 
The Medical Directory from 1852 onwards. 
The Medical Register from 1859 onwards. 

As might be expected, the cases in which no details of career have been 
ascertained are mostly those of the earlier graduates, and several circumstances 
serve to account for this. The lack already referred to of any means whereby 
the University could keep in touch with alumni resulted in the loss of all 
trace of graduates who died early, and of those who went abroad. The Edin- 



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burgh Almanacs were not in existence till nearly the end of the eighteenth 
century. There was no regular Medical Directory till 1845, and no Medical 
Register till 1859. Church Almanacs, Law Lists, and Post-Office Directories 
were practically unknown, and any obituary or other notices in newspapers and 
Annual Registers related only to men of eminence or notoriety. The ordinary 
rank and file of mankind were simply ignored. Thanks to Scott's Fasti and the 
United Presbyterian and Secession Annals, clergymen have been fairly well 
accounted for, but in all other departments of professional life very little 
information could be gleaned. The want of printed Lists of Members of the 
Faculty of Advocates in Edinburgh, and the Faculty of Procurators in 
Glasgow, was specially felt. 

Where written and printed records failed, whether in regard to ancient or 
modern names, recourse was had to correspondence with surviving graduates, 
the representatives or successors of deceased graduates, ministers of all 
denominations, and the officials of the various Universities, Presbyteries, 
Assemblies, and other public bodies. The readiness and courtesy with which 
information has been supplied by such correspondents (over 2000 in number) 
call for the most grateful recognition. 

To those who were consulted in more than single cases, special thanks 
are due as, for example, the late Professor Cowan, M.D., LL.D. ; William 
H. Hill, LL.D. ; John Oswald Mitchell, B.A., LL.D. ; James Finlayson, M.D. ; 
John Glaister, M.D. ; Alexander Duncan, B.A., Secretary and Librarian to the 
Faculty of Physicians and Surgeons of Glasgow; P. J. Anderson, LL.B., 
University Librarian, Aberdeen ; J. T. Clark, Librarian to the Faculty of 
Advocates ; John F. Orr, Clerk to the Faculty of Procurators in Glasgow ; and 
the Rev. Alexander Gordon of Manchester. 

Cordial acknowledgments are owing to Professor Stewart, D.D., Clerk of 
Senate, for unlimited access to the manuscript records of the University; to 
Professor Dickson, D.D., LL.D., Curator of the Library, and Mr. James 
Lymburn, Librarian, for special arrangements with regard to the consultation 
of the biographical collections under their charge ; to Mr. James L. Galbraith, 
Sub-Librarian, for invaluable and almost daily aid in difficult and doubtful 
cases ; to Professor Young, M.D., for unwearied interest and countless fruitful 
hints, as also for reading all the proof sheets; to Professor Ferguson, LL.D., 
for much kindly advice and encouragement ; to Mr. James Coutts, M.A., for 
the loan of General Council Registers and Registration Books ; to Mr. Alex- 
ander Sinclair (Manager of the Glasgow Herald}, and the Directors of Stirling's 
Library, for facilities in the copying of the old Prize Lists ; and to the Trustees 
of Dr. Williams' Library, London, for permitting extracts to be taken 



PREFACE ix 

from a manuscript in their possession relative to the careers of Williams' 
Scholars. 

A few words may be necessary regarding the phraseology of entries which 
are not altogether self-explanatory. " Scotus," "Anglus," " Hibernus," etc., 
bearing to be taken from the Graduation Albums, are therein inscribed by the 
graduates themselves, and may be held as correctly stating the countries of 
birth in these particular cases. " F.N.," which often occurs in matriculation 
entries, is a contraction for "filius natu," and " V.D.M." represents " Verbi Dei 
Ministri." The localities (other than nationalities) noted after the names of 
medical graduates are meant to show the successive places where, according 
to the Medical Directories, they have resided or practised. Such an entry as 
" Ship Surgeon ; Glasgow ; Edinburgh ; London," would mean that the graduate 
commenced his professional life on shipboard, and that he subsequently resided 
or practised, first in Glasgow, second in Edinburgh, and finally in London. 
Where a graduate is stated to have been intended for the ministry in " South 
Britain," it may be taken that he was a Williams' Scholar. The Brunton 
Memorial Prize is awarded to the most distinguished graduate in Medicine, 
and the Logan Medal and Prize to the most distinguished graduate in Arts, 
of each year. 

The omission, except in a few very special instances, of all reference to the 
published writings of Graduates was made intentionally. To obtain absolutely 
complete particulars on such a point was clearly impossible, and, in any case, 
their inclusion would have swelled the book to undue dimensions. The alter- 
native of making a selection was equally objectionable, and would have proved 
an extremely delicate and invidious task. 

Where such a mass of names, dates, and facts is concerned, it would be 
vain to expect that no inaccuracies have crept in. IT IS EARNESTLY 

REQUESTED THAT ALL SUCH AS ARE DETECTED MAY BE NOTIFIED TO 
THE COMPILER, WHO WILL ALSO WELCOME ANY DETAILS TENDING TO 
SUPPLY, SUPPLEMENT, OR AMEND THE BIOGRAPHIES OF GRADUATES. 

Among the Appendices will be found a Table showing the numbers of 
persons on whom the various degrees were conferred in each year of the 
period covered, the grand total of degrees being 15,360. The total number of 
graduates, as distinguished from degrees, is 10,780. It will be observed that 
there is one D.C.L. (the Earl of Selkirk, 1745), the only instance in which that 
high degree has ever been bestowed by this or any of the other Scottish 
Universities. The Bachelorship of Surgery, instituted in 1819, was evidently 
not a success, for only seven persons received it, and none after 1822. It has, 
however, been revived by Ordinance of the recent Universities Commission. 



x PREFACE 

In order to bring the work completely down to the date of publication, 
all additional biographical information arising or obtained after the main Roll 
(ending with the Graduates of 1896) had gone to press is noted in the 
Appendix, and the names of the Graduates of 1897 have also been added. 
There is likewise inserted a List of the Members of Senate from 1727 to 
1897, with biographical notices of those whose names do not appear in the 
Roll. This is followed by a List of the Subscribers to the volume. 

Though this work is published with the sanction of the University Court, 
it must be understood that the compiler is alone responsible for its contents 
and its shortcomings. 

W. I. A. 



MATRICULATION OFFICE, 

UNIVERSITY OF GLASGOW, 

February, 1898. 



CONTENTS 



PAGE 

ROLL OF GRADUATES, 1727 TO 1896, ... . i 



APPENDICES : 

I. ADDITIONAL BIOGRAPHICAL INFORMATION REGARDING GRADUATES 

ON "ROLL," - 671 

II. DEGREES CONFERRED DURING 1897 ON PERSONS ALREADY GRADUATES, 673 

III. DEGREES CONFERRED DURING 1897 ON PERSONS NOT ALREADY 

GRADUATES, ... .. ... 675 

IV. TABLE SHOWING NUMBER OF DEGREES GRANTED IN EACH YEAR, - 678 
V. MEMBERS OF SENATE, 1727 TO 1897,- - - 682 

VI. LIST OF SUBSCRIBERS,- - - 691 



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ABBE, CLEVELAND, LL.D. 1896. 

Professor of Meteorology in the Columbian University, Washington, and 

head of the Meteorological Office there ; born in New York City, 3rd 
December, 1838. 

ABBOTT, JOHN, M.D. 1837. 

"Hibernus" [Grad. Alb.]. 

ABBOTT, JOHN CARSON, M.B., CM. 1895. 

Brooklyn, U.S.A. 

ABBOTT, RICHARD THEOPHILUS, M.D. 1856. 

Surgeon-Major, H.M. Indian Service; Edinburgh; Bray, Co. Wicklow; 
died 1 88 1. 

ABDURAHMAN, ABDULLAH, M.B., C.M. 1893. 

Cape Town, South Africa. 

ABERCROMBIE, PETER HENDERSON, M.B., C.M. 1890, M.D. 1895. 

Glasgow ; Paisley ; London. 

ABERCROMBIE, RALPH, B.A. 1859, M.A. 1860. 

Minister of United Methodist Free Church, Norwich. 

ACWORTH, JAMES, M.A. 1823, LL.D. 1847. 

Minister of the Baptist Church at Leeds, 1823-35 '> President of the Baptist 

College at (i) Horton, Bradford, 1835-59, and (2) Rawdon, near Leeds (to 

which it was removed), 1859-63; bora ist August, 1798; died i3th October, 

1883. 

ACWORTH, WILLIAM, M.A. 1828. 

B.A. Oxon. 1833, M.A. 1836; Curate of Cossington, Leicestershire, 1832-36; 

Vicar of Rothley, same county, 1836-53; Vicar of Plumstead, Kent, 1853-64; 

Rector of Walton West cum Talbenny, Pembroke, 1870-75 ; Vicar of South Stoke, 

Somerset, 1875-85, when he resigned (alive 9th Sept., 1897, aged 94). 

ADAIR, WILLIAM, M.A. 1775. 

"Filius unicus Alexandri Agricolae quondam in parochia de Kirkmichael 
et comitatu de Ayr" [Matric. Alb. 1771]. 



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ADAIR, WILLIAM, LL.D. 1804. 

" Rev." (no further designation given in Minutes). 

ADAIR, WILLIAM, M.A. 1814. 

"Filius natu Secundus Jacobi Agricolae in parochia de Drumara in 
comitatu de Down" [Matric. Alb. 1811]. 

ADAIR, WILLIAM, C.M. 1827. 

ADAM, ALEXANDER, M.B., C.M. 1880. 

Glasgow ; Beaufort, Victoria, Australia. 

ADAM, ANDREW, B.A. 1776, M.A. 1777. 

"Filius natu maximus Andreae Mercatoris in Falkirk" [Matric. Alb. 1773]. 

ADAM, BASIL JOHN, M.B.,C.M. 1886. 

Glasgow; Beaufort, Victoria, Australia. 

ADAM, CHARLES, M.D. 1850. 

Coatbridge; died 25th June, 1881. 

ADAM, DAVID STOW, M.A. 1881, B.D. 1884. 

Free Church Minister at (i) Banchory-Ternan, (2) Kelso, (3) St. Andrew's 
Church, Greenock. 

ADAM, HECTOR MAIBEN, M.A. 1871, B.D. 1894. 

Free Church Minister at (i) Marykirk, (2) Bon-Accord, Aberdeen. 

ADAM, JAMES, M.A. 1883, M.B., C.M. 1887. 

Stirling; Glasgow; Hamilton. 

ADAM, JAMES, M.A. 1889. 

Teacher, Glasgow, in (i) Garnethill Public School, (2) Pupil Teachers' 
Institute. 

ADAM, JAMES, M.B., C.M. 1895. 

Paisley. 

ADAM, JAMES, M.A. 1896. 

Student of Law. 

ADAM, JAMES ALLAN, M.A. 1881. 

U.P. Minister at Ellon. 

ADAM, JOHN, D.D. 1868. 

Minister of Free Church at (i) Aberdeen, (2) Wellpark, Glasgow; and 
Home Mission Secretary of Free Church; died igth November, 1890. 

ADAM, JOHN, M.B., C.M. 1888. 

Paisley; East Wemyss, Fife; Paisley. 

ADAM, JOHN, M.B., C.M. 1890. 

Glasgow; Nairn; Forres. 

ADAM, JOHN EWING, M.B., C.M. 1893. 

Rotherham. 

ADAM, JOHN JOHNSTONE, M.A. 1826. 

"Scotus" [Grad. Alb.]. 



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ADAM, JOHN MITCHELL, M.B., CM. 1875. 

Ship Surgeon; Glasgow; Port-Ban natyne, Bute; died i8th September, 1883, 
aged 31. 

ADAM, JOHN WILSON, M.B., CM. 1890. 

Stepps Road; Tarbolton. 

ADAM, MATTHEW, M.A. 1808. 

Taught a School of his own in Glasgow, 1808-11; Rector of the Royal 
Academy of Inverness, 1811-39, when retired on a pension; taught in his 
own house in Glasgow, 1840-50; resident in Ayr. 1850-53; born at Bargeny, 
Parish of Dailly, Ayrshire, 2oth February, 1780; died at Ayr, loth December, 
1853; while a lad, wrought extra hours as a Blacksmith, sold nails which he 
made from cast-off horse shoes, and thereby earned money to take him to the 
University. 

ADAM, MATTHEW ATKINSON, B.Sc. 1896. 

Engineer and Electrician: (i) apprentice to A. & P. Steven, Provanside; 
(2) draughtsman with Turnbull & Co., Bishopbriggs ; (3) Manual Instructor in 
City Public School, Glasgow ; (4) on Electric Staff in Lord Kelvin's Standardizing 
Laboratory, Cambridge Street, Glasgow; (5) assistant to H. A. Mavor, Glasgow; 
(6) assistant to Marks & Clerk, Chancery Lane, London; son of William 
Adam, M.A. 1879 (q.v.), and grandson of Matthew Adam, M.A. 1808 (q.v.). 

ADAM, PETER, B.D. 1890. 

Minister of Alford since 1896; M.A. Edinburgh, 1886. 

ADAM, ROBERT HILLHOUSE, M.A. 1885, M.B., CM. 1889, M.D. 1893. 

Paisley. 

ADAM, THOMAS, M.A. 1879. 

Free Church Minister at Cumbernauld. 
ADAM, THOMAS, M.A. 1894. 

(i) Teacher in (a) Rosevale Street School, Partick, (b) Hamilton Crescent 
School there ; (2) student of Medicine. 

ADAM, THOMAS BEAT, M.B., CM. 1879, M.D. 1882. 

Glasgow; Foo-Chow, China; Brechin. 
ADAM, WILLIAM, M.A. 1879. 

Head Master of (i) Newton-on-Ayr F.C. School, 1854-68, (2) Day School, 
Glasgow Mechanics' Institution, 1869-72, (3) Hampton Court Academy, Glasgow, 
1872-79, (4) City Public School, Glasgow, 1880-95, (5) Henderson Street Public 
School there, since 1895; son of Matthew Adam, M.A. 1808 (q.v.), and 
father of Matthew Atkinson Adam, B.Sc. 1896 (q.v.). 

ADAM, WILLIAM JOHN, M.B., CM. 1876. 

Glasgow ; Somerset County Ayslum ; Glasgow ; Biggar ; Glasgow ; Rugeley, 
Staffs. ; London. 

ADAM, WILLIAM THOM, M.B., CM. 1883. 

King's Kettle, Fife; Workington, Cumberland; Shelf, Yorks. 



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ADAMS, BENJAMIN, B.A. 1774. 

" Filius natu Quintus Allan! Armigeri in Parochia de Knockbride in 
comitatu de Cavan in Hibernia" [Matric. Alb. 1772]. 

ADAMS, FRANCIS, LL.D. 1846. 

Medical Practitioner at Banchory-Ternan, Aberdeenshire ; translator of 
Hippocrates, etc., and author of several learned works ; born at Lumphanan, 
i3th March, 1796; died 26th February, 1861; M.D. Aberdeen, 1856. 

ADAMS, GILBERT, M.D. 1853. 

Native of Louisville, Kentucky, U.S.A. ; probably settled there. 

ADAMS, JAMES, M.A. 1817. 

Irish Presbyterian Minister at Castlederg, 1820-37 ; died 22nd May, 1837. 

ADAMS, JAMES ALEXANDER, M.B., C.M. 1878, M.D. 1881. 

Glasgow; assistant to Professor of Anatomy in the University, 1883-90; 

Lecturer on Surgical Diseases of Children in St. Mungo's College; Degree 

Examiner on Surgery and Clinical Surgery in the University from ist January, 

1897. 

ADAMS, JOHN, M.A. 1765. 

Possibly one of (a) John Adams, Irish Presbyterian Minister at Donaghadee, 
1772-79, who died gth January, 1779, (b) John Adams, Irish Presbyterian 
Minister at Scriggan, 1774-89, who died 8th June, 1789. 

ADAMS, JOHN, M.B., C.M. 1871. 

Hamilton ; died 1881. 

ADAMS, JOHN, M.A. 1884, B.Sc. 1888. 

(i) Headmaster of Jean Street Public School, Port-Glasgow; (2) Rector 
of Grammar School, Campbeltown; (3) Rector of Free Church Training 
College, Aberdeen. 

ADAMS, JOHN, M.A. 1886, B.D. 1888. 

Free Church Minister at Inverkeillor. 

ADAMS, JOHN, M.B., C.M. 1888. 

Glasgow. 

ADAMS, JOHN ALEXANDER, M.A. 1813. 

Possibly the same person as John Adams, Irish Presbyterian Minister at 
(i) Monaghan, 1818-20, (2) Strabane, 1820-27, and who died i7th December, 
1827. 

ADAMS, JOHN ESSLEMONT, M.A. 1888, B.D. 1892. 

Free Church Minister of Dreghorn and Perseton. 

ADAMS, MATTHEW, M.A. 1812. 

Irish Presbyterian Minister at Corlea, 1824-33, when "disannexed from 

the congregation by a Committee of Synod, but, conducting himself improperly 

afterwards, was eventually degraded" [Hist, of Irish Presb. Congregations, 

p. 107]. 



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ADAMS, ROBERT, M.A. 1803. 

Possibly the same person as Robert Adams, Irish Presbyterian Minister 
at Clare; ordained 1807; died circa 1840. 

ADAMS, ROBERT, M.D. 1860. 

Surgeon Army; died xoth April, 1874. 

ADAMS, THOMAS, M.D. 1800. 

"Anglus" [Grad. Alb.]. 

ADAMS, WILLIAM, M.B., CM. 1873. 

Kirkintilloch ; Paisley; died 4th January, 1875. 

ADAMS, WILLIAM STANLEY, M.D. 1862, CM. 1862. 

Hamilton ; Hong Kong, China ; London. 

ADAMSON, DAVID, CM. 1818. 

"Scotus" [Grad. Alb.]. 

ADAMSON, JAMES, M.D. 1869. 

Hetton-le-Hole, Co. Durham. 

ADAMSON, JAMES, M.A. 1885. 

Minister, Maree, New South Wales. 

ADAMSON, JOHN GEORGE, M.A. 1867. 

M.D. (Queen's Univ., Ireland, 1872); Gilford, Co. Down; Bellaghy, Co. 
Deny; Lurgan, Co. Armagh; J.P. ; died i2th June, 1890, aged 43. 

ADAMSON, ROBERT, LL.D. 1883. 

Professor of Logic in (i) Victoria University, Manchester, 1876-93, 
(2) University of Aberdeen, 1893-95, (3) University of Glasgow since 1895; 
M.A. Edinburgh, 1871. 

ADAMSON, WILLIAM FRANCIS, M.A. 1876. 

(i) E.U. Minister at Ayr; (2) E.U. (Congregational) Minister at Galashiels. 

ADDIE, CHARLES MORGAN, M.A, 1792. 

Minister of Pittenweem ; died 22nd February, 1834, aged 63. 

ADDIE, JOHN, M.A. 1884. 

Minister of Wilson U.P. Church, Perth. 

AFFLECK, JOHN, M.D. 1832. 

Tedburgh ; died 1860. 

AFFLECK, JOHN, M.A. 1865. 

B.Sc. Edin. 1866; D.Sc. Edin. 1867; Government Inspector of Chemical 
Works. 

AGAR, JOHN HENRY, M.D. 1838. 

"Hibernus" [Grad. Alb.]. 

AGNEW, ALEXANDER, M.A. 17501 

" Filius natu maximus Patricii Agnew de Dalragle in com. Gallovidiae " 
[Matric. Alb. 1746]. 



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AGNEW, ALEXANDER, M.A. 1889. 

Second Master of Hamilton Crescent Public School, Partick; died 
3oth May, 1894, aged 33. 

AGNEW, ALEXANDER PERCY, M.B., CM. 1890. 

Burnley, Lanes. ; Padiham, Lanes. 

AGNEW, DAVID, M.D., C.M. 1861. 

Glasgow; Paisley; Dunoon; Glasgow; died 1888. 

AGNEW, EDWARD JONES, C.M. 1827. 

"Hibernus" [Grad. Alb.]. 

AGNEW, JAMES FRANCIS, M.B., C.M. 1896. 

Melbourne. 

AGNEW, JAMES WILSON, M.D. 1839. 

Practitioner in Hobart Town, Tasmania; J.P. 1862; M.L.C. 1877-81 
and 1884-87; Premier and Chief Secretary of the Colony, 1886-87. 

AGNEW, JOHN, M.A. 1812. 

" Filius natu 2 dus Johannis, Mercatoris, Nova Eboraci in America " [Matric. 
Alb. 1812]. 

AGNEW, JOHN, M.A. 1816. 

"Hibernus" [Grad. Alb.]. 

AGNEW, ROBERT, M.D. 1796. 

"Hibernus" [Grad. Alb.]. 

AGNEW, ROBERT RANKINE, M.A. 1890. 

(i) Science Master in Secondary Department of Woodside School, Glasgow; 
(2) English Master in Pupil Teachers' Institute there. 

AHMED, ZALNOOR ALLEE, M.B. 1872, M.D. 1873. 

London; Gowhatty, Assam; Surgeon-Lieut-Col. I.M.S. Bengal. 

AIKEN, JAMES, M.A. 1863. 

Writer, Glasgow. 
AIKEN, JAMES, M.A. 1890. 

Licentiate of the Church of Scotland. 
AIKEN, JOHN BELCH, M.A. 1867. 

Writer, Glasgow. 
AIKENHEAD, JOHN, M.D. 1839. 

Manchester; sometime Lecturer on Forensic Medicine to Chatham Street 
Medical School. 

AIKMAN, CHARLES MORTON, M.A. 1883, B.Sc. 1885, D.Sc. 1894. 

Analyst in Glasgow; Lecturer on Agricultural Chemistry in Glasgow and 
West of Scotland Technical College, 1888-93; Professor of Chemistry in 
Glasgow Veterinary College, 1893-94; thereafter Lecturer on Chemistry and 
Agricultural Chemistry under University Extension Scheme; Degree Examiner 
on Chemistry in the University, 1891-95. 



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AIKMAN, JOHN, M.B., C.M. 1871, M.D. 1874- 

Glasgow; London; Guernsey; son of John Logan Aikman, D.D. (q.v.). 

AIKMAN, JOHN LOGAN, D.D. 1885. 

Minister of (i) St. James's Place Relief Church, Edinburgh, 1845-56, 
(2) Anderston U.P. Church, Glasgow, 1856-85 ; born at Lanark loth March, 
1820; died i3th September, 1885. 

AIKMAN, MATTHEW. M.A. 1895. 

Student of Medicine. 

AINGER, ALFRED, LL.D. 1885. 

Curate of Alrewas, Staffs., 1860-64; Second Master in Sheffield Collegiate 
School, 1864-66; Reader at the Temple Church, London, 1866-92; Master 
of the Temple, 1894. 

AINSLIE, JAMES LYON, M.A. 1896. 

Intends to qualify for ministry of English Presbyterian Church. 

AINSWORTH, THOMAS, B.A. 1823. 

" Fil. nat maximus Thomae Mercatoris in Preston in comit. Lancastriensi " 
[Matric. Alb. 1819]. 

AINSWORTH, WILLIAM THOMAS, M.B., C.M. 1893. 

Sunderland; Windhill, Yorks. 

AIRD, ALEXANDER WALLACE, M.B., CM. 1886. 

Galston ; Newmilns. 

AIRD, HUGH, M.A. 1851, D.D. 1889. 

Minister of City Road U.P. Church, Brechin; died i8th July, 1895, 
aged 70. 

AIRD, JOHN, M.A., M.D. 1772. 

"Was a Practitioner in Medicine for several years in Antigua" [Univ. 
Minute, 5th June, 1772]. 

AIRD, ROBERT, M.A. 1890. 

(i) Teacher in Newmilns Public School, Loudoun, Ayrshire; (2) Mathematical 
and Science Master in Grammar School, Campbeltown ; (3) Headmaster of 
Tarbert Public School, Lochfyne. 

AIRLIE, EARL OF, LLD. 1879. 

Ninth Earl; K.T.; Lord High Commissioner to General Assembly of 

Church of Scotland, 1872-73 ; born 4th May, 1826; died 25th September, 1881. 

AIRSTON, WILLIAM BAIRD, M.A. 1828, M.D. 1832. 

Paisley; Broomrigg, Dumfriesshire; St Andrews; graduated as "William 
Baird"; died loth January, 1870. 

AITCHISON, WILLIAM, M.A. 1793. 

Writer in Glasgow; admitted Member of Faculty of Procurators, nth June 
1795 ; born 1772 ; died I4th February, 1848. 



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AITKEN, DAVID, M.A. 1881. 

Teacher in (i) Lasswade School, Midlothian, (2) Merry Street School, 
Motherwell. 

AITKEN, GEORGE, M.D. 1864. 

Rutherglen; Prince Albert, Cape of Good Hope; died 3rd December, 1876. 

AITKEN, GEORGE JEFFREY, M.A. 1896. 

Teacher in Copeland Road Public School, Govan. 

AITKEN, GEORGE RIDDELL, M.A. 1894. 

Minister of Kirkintilloch United Original Secession Church since 1896. 

AITKEN, JAMES, M.A. 1772. 

"Hibernus" [Grad. Alb.]. 

AITKEN, JAMES, M.A. 1782. 

" Natus in parochia de Carstairs, et comitatu de Lanark, films natu maximus 
Gulielmi Agricolae in supradict." [Matric. Alb. 1776]. 

AITKEN, JAMES, M.B., CM. 1888. 

Glasgow; Milnathort; Lancaster. 

AITKEN, JAMES, M.A. 1890. 

Probationer of U.P. Church; Assistant at Union Church, Valparaiso, Chili. 

AITKEN, JAMES, M.B., C.M. 1891. 

Glasgow; Ilford, Essex. 

AITKEN, JAMES ALEXANDER, M.B., C.M. 1891. 

Glasgow. 

AITKEN, JAMES MACALL, M.D. 1860. 

Kilmarnock; died loth January, 1872. 

AITKEN, JAMES RICHMOND, M.A. 1891. 

Baptist Minister at (i) Pitlochry, 1893-94, (2) Olney, Bucks, since 1894. 

AITKEN, JOHN, M.A. 1815, M.D. 1839. 

Glasgow; sometime Registrar of Faculty of Physicians and Surgeons; died 
27th December, 1861, aged 75. 

AITKEN, JOHN, M.D. 1866. 

Govan; died nth March, 1880, aged 41. 

AITKEN, JOHN, M.B., C.M. 1878, M.D. 1886. 

Glasgow; Buckhaven, Fife. 

AITKEN, JOHN RUSSELL, M.A. 1893. 

Qualifying for degree of LL.B. 

AITKEN, PATRICK HENDERSON, M.A. 1881, B.D. 1884, B.Sc. 1889. 

Minister of the Scottish Church at Dulwich, London. 

AITKEN, ROBERT, B.L. 1881. 

Writer, Edinburgh. 



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AITKEN, ROBERT YOUNG, M.B., CM. 1893. 

Birkenhead. 

AITKEN, THOMAS, M.A. 1818. 

"Scotus" [Grad. Alb.]. 

AITKEN, THOMAS MARTIN, B.Sc. 1894. 

Engineer in Glasgow. 

AITKEN, SIR WILLIAM, LL.D. 1888. 

M.D. Edin. 1848; LL.D. Edin. 1888; F.R.S. ; Professor of Pathology, 
Army Medical School, Netley ; died 25th June, 1892, aged 67. 

AITKEN, WILLIAM BLAIR, M.B., CM. 1883. 

Dairy, Ayrshire ; Melbourne, Victoria, Australia ; Colac there ; James 
Town there. 

AITKENHEAD, ROBERT, M.B., CM. 1895. 

High Blantyre. 

AITKIN, ROBERT, M.A. 1745. 

"Filius Gulielmi Aitkine Fabri lignarii in urbe de Pasley" [Matric. Alb. 1738]. 

AITKINE, WILLIAM, M.A. 1747. 

"Filius Gulielmi Aitken Hortulani Glasguensis" [Matric. Alb. 1742]. 

AITON, JOHN, D.D. 1836. 

Minister of Dolphington; born at Strathaven, June, 1797; died i5th May, 
1863. 

AITON, THOMAS, B.A. 1859. 

Minister of (i) Sauchie, (2) Livingston. 

AITON, WILLIAM, B.L. 1881. 

Writer, Glasgow. 

ALCOCK, ABRAHAM, M.D. 1834. 

Surgeon H.E.I. C. Service; New Ross, Ireland; died 1884. 

ALCORN, THOMAS COKE, M.D. 1832. 

"Hibernicus" [Grad. Alb.]. 

ALDCORN, ANDREW, M.D. 1829. 

Oban. 

ALDRIDGE, JOHN, M.D. 1842. 

Dublin: (i) Lecturer on Botany there; (2) Lecturer on Chemistry there; 

(3) Professor of Chemistry, Apothecaries' Hall, Ireland; (4) Professor of Chemistry, 

Steevens's Hospital ; head of the Chemical Department of Bewley and Evans, 

Sackville Street; born loth October, 1810; died 26th December, 1872. 

ALEXANDER, ANDREW, M.A. 1745. 

Irish Presbyterian Minister of Urney and Sion, 1749 to 1808; died 3oth 
April, 1808. 



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ALEXANDER, ANDREW, M.A. 1815. 

Taught Humanity Class in Glasgow University, 1814-15; Regent and Pro- 
fessor of Moral Philosophy in Aberdeen University, 1819-20; Professor of 
Greek in St. Andrews University, 1820-59; died 5th June, 1859, aged 72; 
LL.D. Aberdeen, 1848. 

ALEXANDER, ANDREW, M.D. 1829. 

Troon. 

ALEXANDER, ANDREW, M.A. 1879. 

L.F.P.S.G. etc. 1885; sometime Teacher, thereafter Surgeon, Spittal; 
Edinburgh ; London. 

ALEXANDER, ARCHIBALD, M.A. 1874. 

Presbyterian Minister at (i) Sydenham, Christchurch, N.Z., (2) Pleasant 
Point, Timaru, N.Z., (3) Spittal, Berwick-on-Tweed. 

ALEXANDER, ARCHIBALD BROWNING DRYSDALE, M.A. 1879. 

U.P. Minister at Langbank. 

ALEXANDER, ARCHIBALD SPEIRS, M.B., CM. 1885, M.D. 1888. 

Plymouth. 

ALEXANDER, ARTHUR, C.M. 1836. 

"Hybernus, Larne" [Grad. Alb.]. 

ALEXANDER, CHARLES ANGUS, M.B., C.M. 1890. 

Kilbarchan; Johnstone; Denny. 

ALEXANDER, DAVID RITCHIE, M.A. 1888, B.D. 1892. 

Minister of the U.P. Church at Urr since 1896. 

ALEXANDER, GEORGE BOYLE, M.A. 1853. 

U.P. Missionary at Ebenezer, Jamaica; born at Dairy 4th August, 1828; 
died at Partick, Glasgow, i5th March, 1895. 

ALEXANDER, GILCHRIST GIBB, M.A. 1893. 

Logan Medallist ; Barrister-at-Law, London. 

ALEXANDER, JAMES, M.A. 1818. 

Possibly the same as James Alexander, Presbyterian Minister at Donough- 
more, Co. Donegal, 1831-68, who died sometime after i2th March, 1868. 

ALEXANDER, JAMES, M.D. 1821. 

Surgeon for ten years in Military Hospitals and to Scots Greys ; Newcastle- 
on-Tyne; died 2oth March, 1877, aged 84. 

ALEXANDER, JAMES, M.B., C.M. 1890, M.D. 1894. 

Ship Surgeon; Kilmarnock; Galston. 

ALEXANDER, JOHN, M.A. 1850. 

U.P. Minister at New Deer, 1856-65, when retired on account of ill health; 
died at Glasgow nth August, 1871. 

ALEXANDER, JOHN, M.A. 1886. 

Minister of U.P. Church, Pitcairn, Perth. 



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ALEXANDER, JOHN BROWN, M.A. 1876. 

Minister, Hawaiian Islands. 

ALEXANDER, JOHN HENRY, M.B., CM. 1881. 

Dundonald. 

ALEXANDER, JOHN TURK, M.D. 1855. 

Native of County Antrim. 

ALEXANDER, JOSEPH, M.A. 1844. 

"Filius natu max. Davidis agricolae in parochia de Taughboyne et comitatu 
de Donegal" [Matric. Alb. 1841]. 

ALEXANDER, JOSIAS, M.A. 1803. 

"Hibernus" [Grad. Alb.]. 

ALEXANDER, MORRICE, M.D. 1816. 

"Surgeon in the Army" [Univ. Minute, 3oth March, 1816]. 

ALEXANDER, PETER, M.A. 1870. 

Mathematical Teacher, Glasgow ; Lecturer on Mathematics in Queen Mar- 
garet College, and Professor of Physics in Anderson's College there; died 
8th March, 1895. 

ALEXANDER, ROBERT, M.A. 1880. 

Head Master of (i) South Woodside School, Glasgow, 1873-79, ( 2 ) Burnbank 
Public School there, 1879-83, (3) Grove Street Public School there, since 1883. 

ALEXANDER, SAMUEL, M.B., CM. 1883, M.D. 1886. 

Glasgow ; Larkhall. 

ALEXANDER, SAMUEL PHILIP, M.B., CM. 1885, M.D. 1888. 

Glasgow ; Huddersfield ; Southsea. 

ALEXANDER, THOMAS, M.A. 1791. 

Possibly the same person as Thomas Alexander, Irish Presbyterian Minister 
at Cairncastle, from 1793 to 1829, and who seceded in the latter year. 

ALEXANDER, THOMAS, M.D. 1852. 

Glasgow; died i5th December, 1869. 

ALEXANDER, THOMAS GRAY, M.B., CM. 1883. 

Glasgow; died i3th December, 1894, aged 33. 

ALEXANDER, WALTER, M.A. 1888. 

Licentiate of the Free Church. 

ALEXANDER, WILLIAM, C.M. 1834, M.D. 1836. 

Dundonald; J.P. for County of Ayr. 

ALEXANDER, WILLIAM, M.A. 1874. 

Journalist in Ayrshire; born at Carmyllie, Forfarshire, 1854; died December, 
1875; buried in Carmyllie Churchyard. 

ALEXANDER, WILLIAM, M.B., CM. 1895. 

Kilmarnock. 



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ALEXANDER, WILLIAM HENRY MASON, M.B., C.M. 1892. 

Glasgow; Bargeddie; Old Deer. 

ALEXANDER, WILLIAM MENZIES, 

M.A. 1883, B.Sc. 1884, M.B., C.M. 1888, B.D. 1889, M.D. 1891. 
F.C. Missionary College, Bombay. 

ALISON, SIR ARCHIBALD, BART., LL.D. 1876. 

Born 2ist January, 1826; son of Sir Archibald Alison, the historian of 
Europe; Captain 72nd Highlanders, 1846; Brevet Major, 1856; Lieutenant 
Colonel, 1858; Colonel, 1867; Major General, 1877; Lieutenant General, 1882; 
General, 1889; retired 1893; served (a) in Crimea and Indian Mutiny (Military 
Secretary to Lord Clyde) and lost an arm at relief of Lucknow, (b} at Gold Coast 
in Ashantee Expedition of 1873-74, and (c} in military expedition to Egypt in 1882, 
leading Highland Brigade at battle of Tel-el-Kebir ; G.C.B. ; LL.D. Edin. 1884. 

ALISON, FRANCIS, D.D. 1756. 

Went to America 1735; was Pastor of a Presbyterian Church, and at 
same time a Teacher in New London, Pa., till 1752, when he assumed direction 
of an Academy in Philadelphia; after 1755, Vice-Provost and Professor of 
Moral Philosophy in the College of Philadelphia, besides officiating as Pastor 
of the First Church in that city; born in County Donegal, Ireland, 1705; 
died in Philadelphia 28th November, 1799; by his will he emancipated his 
slaves. 



ALISON, JOHN, M.A. 1854. 

Minister of (i) Middle Parish, Paisley, (2) Bonhill, (3) Newington, Edinburgh ; 
D.D. St. Andrews, 1883; son-in-law of Andrew Macgeorge, LL.D. (q.v.). 

ALLAN, ARTHUR, M.A. 1882. 

Minister of Fairlie. 

ALLAN, ARTHUR WILLIAM, B.L. 1893. 

Writer, Glasgow. 

ALLAN, CHARLES, M.A. 1890. 

Minister of East Bank U.P. Church, Hawick. 

ALLAN, DAVID, C.M. 1822. 

"F. n. 3 tius Dav is Artificis Glasg." [Matric. Alb. 1815]. 

ALLAN, GEORGE FREDERIC, M.A. 1877, LL.B. 1880. 

Writer, Glasgow. 

ALLAN, GEORGE RICHARD, B.A. 1861, M.B., C.M. 1866, M.D. 1883. 

Glasgow; died there i2th June, 1896. 

ALLAN, HENRY, M.A. 1885. 

Shipowner, Glasgow. 

ALLAN, JAMES, B.A. 1853. 

Minister of Greenhead Parish, Glasgow; died 1873. 

ALLAN, JAMES, M.B. 1871. 

Harrington; Newmilns ; died 6th July, 1872, aged 21. 



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ALLAN. JAMES, M.A. 1892. 

Teacher in (i) Glasgow E.G. Normal School, (2) Alyth Public School, 
(3) High School, Dundee. 

ALLAN, JAMES ALEXANDER, M.D., C.M. 1861. 

Staff-Surgeon R.N. ; died gth October, 1876. 

ALLAN, JAMES PAUL, M.D. 1859. 

Duntocher ; Dalmuir ; Renfrew. 

ALLAN, JAMES WATSON, M.B., C.M. 1869. 

Glasgow; Inverkip; Ship Surgeon; Fort-William; Glasgow; Superintendent 
of Belvidere Fever Hospital there, 1875-93. 

ALLAN, JOHN, M.A, 1756. 

Minister of Row, 1761 to 1812; died 28th March, 1812, aged 75. 

ALLAN, JOHN, M.D. 1808. 

" Scotus " [Grad. Alb.] ; was a Minister previous to graduation in Medicine. 

ALLAN, JOHN, D.D. 1815. 

East India Company's Chaplain at Madras, 1814-22; died nth December, 
1822. 

ALLAN, JOHN, M.A. 1872. 

Surveyor of Taxes. 

ALLAN ; JOHN, M.B., C.M. 1885, M.D. 1891. 

Alyth ; Klerksdorp, Transvaal, S. Africa. 

ALLAN, PETER STEWART, M.A. 1887. 

Born at Crosshill, Glasgow ; intended for the legal profession ; died at 
Crieff 5th June, 1889, aged 20. 

ALLAN, ROBERT, CM. 1837. 

"Scotus" [Grad. Alb.]. 

ALLAN, ROBERT, M.B., C.M. 1875, M.D. 1884. 

Ardrossan. 

ALLAN, ROBERT LEISHMAN, M.D., C.M. 1862. 

Glasgow; Greenock ; died 2ist February, 1868. 

ALLAN, WILLIAM, M.D. 1838. 

"Scotus" [Grad. Alb.]. 

ALLAN, WILLIAM, M.A. 1877. 

U.P. Minister at (i) Holywell, (2) Blackfriars Street, Edinburgh. 

ALLAN, WILLIAM, M.B., C.M. 1879. 

Cramlington, Northumberland; Edmondsley, Durham. 

ALLAN, WILLIAM, M.B., C.M. 1886. 

Uddingston ; Ship Surgeon ; Govan. 



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ALLAN, WILLIAM. B.Sc. 1888. 

Civil Engineer with (i) Glasgow and South-Western Railway Co., Glasgow, 
(2) R. M'Alpine & Sons, Contractors for part of Lanarkshire and Dumbartonshire 
Railway. 

ALLAN, WILLIAM, M.B., C.M. 1895. 

Ship Surgeon. 

ALLAN, WILLIAM CARRICK, M.B., C.M. 1885. 

Montrose; Klerksdorp, Transvaal, S. Africa. 

ALLAN, WILLIAM CRAWFORD, M.A. 1888. 

Clergyman at (i) Richmond, (2) Harrogate, (3) Keighley, (4) Bradford. 

ALLARD, SAMUEL, B.A. 1824. 

Minister at (i) Hinckley, (2) Stockport (High Street Chapel). 

ALLARDICE, JOHN, M.A. 1869. 

Rector of Anderson High School, Lerwick; died 1893. 

ALLARDICE, WILLIAM CLACHAN, M.B., C.M. 1892, M.D. 1896. 

Montrose ; Macclesfield ; Stoke-on-Trent. 

ALLARDYCE, JOHN M'CONNACH, M.A. 1891. 

Missionary (London Mission) Pekin, N. China. 

ALLBUTT, THOMAS CLIFFORD, LL.D. 1888. 

M.D. Cantab. 1868; F.R.S. ; Lecturer on Practice of Physic in Leeds 
School of Medicine; Regius Professor of Physic in Cambridge University; 
J.P.; D.L. 

ALLEN, ANDREW, M.A. 1773, LL.D. 1795. 

Chancellor of the Diocese of Clogher, Vicar General, Official Principal, 
and Commissary of the Lord Bishop of Clogher, in Ireland. 

ALLEN, CHARLES, M.A., M.D. 1778. 

" Practised Physic in the East Indies " [Univ. Minute, i6th November, 1778]. 

ALLEN, CHARLES, M.A. 1821. 

Classical Teacher, Convoy, Raphoe, Co. Donegal; died 1871. 

ALLEN, JAMES, M.A. 1770. 

"Joannis Filius natu maximus Agricolae in Parochia de Templemore in 
Com. de Derry Hibernia" [Matric. Alb. 1766]. 

ALLEN, JAMES, C.M. 1835. 

Toronto, Canada. 

ALLEN, JOHN, M.A. 1801. 

Dissenting Minister in "South Britain." 

ALLEN, JOHN, M.A. 1805. 

Irish Presbyterian Minister at (i) Dunfanaghy and Kilmacrenan, 1812-29, 
(2) Kilmacrenan from 1829. 



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ALLEN, JOHN, M.A. 1809. 

"Filius natu minimus Alexandri Agricolae in parochia de Newtonhamilton 
in Comitatu de Armagh" [Matric. Alb. 1805]. 

ALLEN, ROBERT, M.A. 1775. 

" Filius natu secundus Joannis Armigeri in Parochia de Ray & Comitatu 
de Dunnigal in Hybernia" [Matric. Alb. 1773]. 

ALLEN, ROBERT, M.A. 1809. 

Irish Presbyterian Minister at Stewartstown, 1814-49; thereafter Super- 
intendent of the Connaught Mission; died ist April, 1865. 

ALLEN, ROBERT AUSTEN, M.D. 1853. 

Surgeon-Major Army; died 4th December, 1876, aged 46. 

ALLEN, ROBERT HUGH, M.B., C.M. 1893. 

Ship Surgeon; Glasgow; London. 

ALLEN, SAMUEL, B.A. 1846. 

"Filius natu secundus viri Reverendi Roberti V.D.M. apud Donaghenery 
et comitatu de Tyrone" [Matric. Alb. 1843]. 

ALLEN, THOMAS, C.M. 1833. 

Loughgall, Co. Armagh. 

ALLEN, WILLIAM, M.B., C.M. 1896. 

London. 

ALLEN, WILLIAM EDLUND LAWRENCE, M.B., CM. 1888. 

Barrow-in-Furness ; Manchester ; Hawkshead, Lanes. 

ALLEN, WILLIAM OWEN, M.D. 1816. 

"Hibernus" [Grad. Alb.]. 

ALLENDER, GEORGE, M.D. 1839. 

"Hibernus" [Grad. Alb.] 

ALLIN, WILLIAM BRIGGS, M.B. 1872. 

Glasgow; Ashton-under-Lyne ; Esher, Surrey; Brigade-Surgeon-Lieut.-Col. 
Army. 

ALLIOTT, RICHARD, LL.D. 1840. 

(i) Minister of Castlegate Meeting, Nottingham, 1828-43; ( 2 ) Minister of 
York Road Congregational Chapel, Lambeth, 1843-49; (3) Principal of Western 
College, Plymouth, 1849-56; (4) Principal of the Countess of Huntingdon's 
College, Cheshunt, Herts., 1857-60; (5) Principal of Spring Hill College, 
Birmingham, and Minister of Congregational Church, Acock's Green there, 
1860-63 ; died 2oth December, 1863, aged 59. 

ALLISON, ALEXANDER, M.D. 1862. 

Coatbridge; Renfrew; Old Kilpatrick; Loanhead, Midlothian. 

ALLISON, ANDREW, M.A. 1819. 

"F. n. max. Joannis Agricolae Galston" [Matric. Alb. 1814]. 



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ALLISON, JAMES, CM. 1838, M.D. 1839. 

"Filius natu maximus Alexandri Agricolae in com. de Lanark" [Matric. 
Alb. 1833]. 
ALLISON, JOHN DUNN, M.A. 1890, LL.B. 1893. 

Writer, Paisley. 

ALLISON, SAMUEL SMITH, M.A. 1835. 

Presbyterian Minister at (i) Donegore, 1839-53, (2) Cumber, Co. Derry, 
1853-67, (3) Donegore, 1867-84; died igth November, 1884. 

ALLISON, THOMAS DUNLOP, M.D. 1858. 

Surgeon R.N. ; died 23rd November, 1869, aged 32. 

ALLMAN, WILLIAM H., M.D. 1835. 

"Hiberna" [Grad. Alb.]. 

ALLNATT, RICHARD HOPKINS, M.D. 1830. 

Tunbridge Wells; Frant, Sussex; died 7th January, 1890, aged 86. 

ALLSWORTH, WALTER, M.B. 1874, C.M. 1880. 

Truro, Cornwall ; Helmsley, Yorks. ; London ; Bromley, Kent. 

ALMON, WILLIAM JOHNSTON, M.D. 1838. 

"Ex Nova Scotia" [Grad. Alb.]. 

ALMOND, HELY HUTCHINSON, LL.D. 1886. 

Snell Exhibitioner, 1850; B.A. Oxon. 1855; M - A - 1862; Second Master 
of Merchiston School, 1858-62; Head Master of Loretto School, Musselburgh, 
since 1862. 

ALPINE, GEORGE, M.A. 1866, B.D. 1869. 

Minister of (i) Calderhead, (2) Coats, (3) Dumbarton. 

ALSTON, ANDREW, M.A. 1889, LL.B. 1892. 

Writer, Glasgow. 

ALSTON, HUGH MONTGOMERY, M.D. 1841. 

Dairy, Ayrshire; died loth April, 1864, aged 49. 

ALSTON, JAMES MONTGOMERIE, M.D. 1861. 

Newarthill; Airdrie. 

ALSTON, JOHN, M.D. 1860. 

Glasgow; Buenos Ayres. 

ANDERSON, ALEXANDER, M.D. 1833. 

Probably Kilsyth. 

ANDERSON, ALEXANDER, M.A. 1881. 

Minister of the Scottish National Church, Carlisle. 

ANDERSON, ALEXANDER M'GLASHAN, M.D. 1864. 

Glasgow; Dundee; died 2gth February, 1896, aged 52. 

ANDERSON, ALEXANDER ROBERT, M.A. 1880. 

German Master in George Watson's College, Edinburgh, since 1880. 



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ANDERSON, ANDREW, M.D. 1839. 

Glasgow: sometime Surgeon to Eye Infirmary, and Professor of (i) Phy- 
siology. (2) Practice of Medicine, in Anderson's College; Examiner for Medical 
Degrees in the University, 1868-70; born 24th October, 1817; died 28th 
January, 1870. 

ANDERSON, ANDREW FERGUSON, M.D. 1854. 

Glasgow; Penang; Singapore; London. 

ANDERSON, ARCHIBALD, M.A. 1896. 

Student of Theology in Glasgow University. 

ANDERSON, ARTHUR ROLAND, M.B., CM. 1895. 

Glasgow; son of William Anderson, M.D. 1867 (q.v.). 

ANDERSON, COLIN ALEXANDER. C.M. 1827. 

Oban. 

ANDERSON, DAVID, M.D. 1830. 

Glasgow; died 1831. 

ANDERSON, DAVID M'LEISH, B.L. 1896. 

(i) Solicitor, Dundee; (2) H.M. Colonial Service. 

ANDERSON, FRANCIS, M.A, 1883. 

Professor of Logic and Mental Philosophy in University of Sydney, N.S.W. 

ANDERSON, FREDERICK FOTHERINGHAM, M.A. 1832. 

Free Church Minister at Whithorn ; died 2ist March, 1891, aged 78. 

ANDERSON, GEORGE, M.A. 1881, B.D. 1884. 

Minister of (i) Bothkennar, (2) St. Vincent Parish, Glasgow. 

ANDERSON, GEORGE, M.B., C.M. 1881. 

Halstead, Essex; Middlesbro', Yorks. ; Stockton-on-Tees ; died 1892. 

ANDERSON, HARRY CLEGHORN, M.B., C.M. 1892. 

Greenock ; Birmingham ; Greenock ; Knoydart. 

ANDERSON, HUGH, C.M. 1845. 

Ballymoney, Co. Antrim; died 1866. 

ANDERSON, HUGH. M.B., C.M. 1873. 

Glasgow; Billinge, Lanes.; died there 23rd May, 1894, aged 43. 

ANDERSON, HUGH STEWART, M.A. 1882. 

Probationer of the Free Church (ordained) ; held charges for some years 
in Vienna and Tasmania. 

ANDERSON, JAMES, M.B. 1877. 

Johnstone ; Paisley ; Poulton-le-Fylde, Lanes. 

ANDERSON, JAMES, M.A. 1888. 

Teacher in Church of Scotland Training College, Glasgow, 1887-89; Teacher 
in Annan Academy, 1889-92; Head Master of Cummertrees Public School 
since 1892. 

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ANDERSON, JAMES FARIE, M.A. 1879- 

Writer, Glasgow; LL.B. Edin. 1881. 

ANDERSON, JAMES RAE, M.D. 1859. 

Waterbeck, Dumfriesshire; Canonbie, same Co.; died 1896. 

ANDERSON, JAMES T., M.A. 1833. 

"Scotus" [Grad. Alb.]. 

ANDERSON, JAMES WALLACE, M.B., C.M. 1871, M.D. 1873. 

Glasgow; Helensburgh ; Glasgow, Lecturer on Practice of Medicine in (i) 
Royal Infirmary Medical School, (2) The University (Women's Department). 

ANDERSON, JOHN, M.A. 1745. 

Professor in Glasgow University of (i) Oriental Languages, 1755 to 1757, 
(2) Natural Philosophy, 1757 to 1796 ; Founder of the "Andersonian University" ; 
born at Manse of Rosneath 1726; died i3th January, 1796. 

ANDERSON, JOHN (primus), M.A. 1777. 

" Filius natu tertius Gulielmi Mercatoris in comitatu de Tyrrone Hiberniae " 
[Matric. Alb. 1771]. 

ANDERSON, JOHN (secundus), M.A. 1777. 

"Scotus" [Grad. Alb.]. 

ANDERSON, JOHN, M.A. 1790. 

"Scotus" [Grad. Alb.]. 

ANDERSON, JOHN, M.A. 1809. 

Minister of the Irish Presbyterian Congregation of Aughnacloy and 
Ballygawley, 1812-29; died i5th May, 1829. 

ANDERSON, JOHN, M.D. 1838. 

London. 

ANDERSON, JOHN, B.A. 1861. 

Clerk, 6 Lynedoch Crescent, Glasgow [General Council Register, 1861-62]. 

ANDERSON, JOHN, M.A. 1865, B.D. 1882. 

Congregational Minister at (i) Falkirk, 1867-88, (2) Lerwick, 1888-93 (resident 
in Edinburgh without charge, 1895). 

ANDERSON, JOHN, M.A. 1871, B.D. 1873. 

Minister of Kelvinside. 

ANDERSON, JOHN, M.A. 1892, M.B., C.M. 1895. 

Glasgow. 

ANDERSON, JOHN, M.A. 1893. 

Licentiate of the U.P. Church. 
ANDERSON, JOHN, M.B., C.M. 1894. 

Glasgow; Cornsay Colliery, Durham. 
ANDERSON, JOHN, M.B., C.M. 1895. 

Glasgow. 



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ANDERSON, JOHN ALEXANDER, M.B., C.M. 1887, M.D. 1890. 

Glasgow; Stranraer. 

ANDERSON, JOHN BINNIE M'KENZIE, M.A. 1884, M.B., C.M. 1889. 

Glasgow. 

ANDERSON, JOHN GIBSON, M.B., C.M. 1893. 

Silksworth, Co. Durham. 

ANDERSON, JOHN JAMES STEVENSON, M.B., C.M. 1895. 

Shettleston. 

ANDERSON, JOHN LINDSAY, M.B., C.M. 1895. 

Glasgow. 

ANDERSON, JOHN WILLIAM, M.A. 1876. 

M.B. Edin. 1880, M.D. 1891; Edinburgh; Barrow-in-Furness ; London. 

ANDERSON, JOHN WILSON, M.A. 1876, B.L. 1879. 

Writer, Paisley; died previous to 1889. 

ANDERSON, JOSEPH, M.A. 1814. 

Irish Presbyterian Minister at Newtowncrommelin 1826-34, when resigned 
and emigrated to America. 

ANDERSON, MATTHEW, M.D. 1832. 

"Filius natu maximus Joannis, Mercatoris, in com. de Renfrew" [Matric. 
Alb. 1826]. 

ANDERSON, MATTHEW SHARPE, M.A. 1876, M.B., C.M. 1880, M.D. 1885. 

Washington, Durham ; Paisley ; Glengarnock. 

ANDERSON, ROBERT, M.A. 1812. 

" Filius natu Secundus Jacobi Agricolae in parochia de Maghera in comitatu 
de Londonderry" [Matric. Alb. 1808]. 

ANDERSON, ROBERT, M.D. 1847. 

"Scotus" [Grad. Alb.]. 

ANDERSON, ROBERT, M.B., C.M. 1887, M.D. 1893. 

Glasgow; Dundee; Busby; Shettleston. 

ANDERSON, ROBERT CAREW, M.D. 1838. 

Deputy Inspector-General Army; died 1886. 

ANDERSON, ROBERT CHALMERS, M.A. 1886. 

Minister of Greengairs, Airdrie. 

ANDERSON, ROBERT STUART GUTHRIE, M.A. 1884, B.D. 1887. 

Ordained i3th May, 1889, Minister of St. Helen's U.P. Church, Ontario, 
Canada. 

ANDERSON, SAMUEL, B.Sc. 1894, M.B., C.M. 1896. 

Indian Medical Service. 



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ANDERSON, THOMAS, M.A. 1781. 

Possibly the same person as Thomas Anderson, Irish Presbyterian Minister 

of Drumquin and Pettigo, Co. Tyrone, 1794 to 1812, and who died 27th 
December, 1812. 

ANDERSON, THOMAS, LL.D. 1874- 

M.D. Edin. 1841 ; Professor of Chemistry in Glasgow University, 1852 
to 1874; born at Leith 2nd July, 1819; died at Chiswick 2nd November, 1874. 

ANDERSON, THOMAS ALEXANDER HARVIE, M.A. 1893, B.L. 1896. 

Writer, Glasgow. 

ANDERSON, THOMAS M'CALL, M.D. 1858. 

Professor of (i) Practice of Medicine in Anderson's College, Glasgow, (2) 
Clinical Medicine in Glasgow University ; born gth June, 1836. 

ANDERSON, THOMAS PRIMROSE, M.B., C.M. 1890. 

Glasgow; Kiama, N.S. Wales. 

ANDERSON, THOMAS RANDALL, M.A. 1895. 

Student of Law. 

ANDERSON, WILLIAM, M.A. 1816. 

Minister of R.P. Church at Loanhead, near Edinburgh, 1820 to 1866; 
died 3oth June, 1866, aged 71. 

ANDERSON, WILLIAM, C.M. 1820. 

"Scotus" [Grad. Alb.]. 

ANDERSON, WILLIAM, B.A. 1850, M.A. 1851. 

Possibly the same person as William Anderson, Irish Presbyterian Minister 
at Tobermore, 1860-67, when resigned. 

ANDERSON, WILLIAM, LL.D. 1850. 

Minister of John Street Relief (U.P.) Church, Glasgow, 1822-72; born at 
Kilsyth 6th January, 1799; died at Uddingston i5th September, 1872. 

ANDERSON, WILLIAM, M.D., C.M. 1867. 

Heart's Content, Newfoundland (Medical Officer Anglo-American Telegraph 
Co.); died 26th January, 1897. 

ANDERSON, WILLIAM, M.B., C.M. 1875. 

Whithorn; died 1884. 

ANDERSON, WILLIAM, M.A. 1886, LL.B. 1889. 

Writer, Glasgow. 

ANDERSON, WILLIAM, M.B., C.M. 1891. 

Glasgow; London. 

ANDERSON, WILLIAM CARRICK, M.A. 1893, B.Sc. 1894. 

Assistant to Professor of Chemistry in Glasgow University since 1895. 

ANDERSON, WILLIAM HOWISON, M.B., C.M. 1877. 

Newcastle-on-Tyne ; Fressingfield, Suffolk ; Birkenhead. 



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ANDERSON, WILLIAM STEWART, M.A. 1805, M.D. 1806. 

"Fil. n. 2 dus Andrese Mercatoris Greenock" [Matric. Alb. 1800]. 

ANDERSON, WILLIAM STIRLING, M.B., C.M. 1871, M.D. 1878. 

Edinburgh ; Glasgow ; Alnwick ; Middlesbro' ; Chapel-en-le-Frith, Derbyshire. 

ANDERTON, GEORGE LOW, M.D. 1839. 

Famworth, Lanes.; Douglas, Isle of Man ; died 2yth December, 1890. 

ANDREW, ALEXANDER, M.A. 1883. 

Teacher in South School, Paisley. 

ANDREW, ALEXANDER, M.B., C.M. 1890. 

Barrow-on-Humber ; Auchinleck. 

ANDREW, GEORGE, M.A. 1883. 

Native of Coatbridge ; intended to become a Law Agent ; had passed for 

the Degree of LL.B. at the University of Edinburgh, with Honours, and would 

have graduated in April, 1887, but died on 28th February that year, aged 23. 

ANDREW, JAMES, C.M. 1823. 

"Scotus" [Grad. Alb.]. 

ANDREW, JAMES GRANT, M.B., C.M. 1889. 

Glasgow. 

ANDREW. ROBERT, M.A. 1877. 

Minister of Walls, Lerwick. 

ANDREW, ROBERT BEITH, M.A. 1880, B.D. 1883. 

U.P. Minister at Glengarnock. 

ANDREW, WILLIAM SMITH, M.A. 1883. 

Schoolmaster, Carriden Public School, Bo'ness, since 1882. 

ANDREWS, EDWARD, LL.D. 1819. 

Minister of an Independent Congregation in Ireland. 

ANDREWS, HENRY, M.A. 1812. 

"Hibernus" [Grad. Alb.]. 

ANDREWS, THOMAS, LL.D. 1877. 

Vice-President and Professor of Chemistry, Queen's College, Belfast; M.D. 
Edin. 1835: LL.D. Edin. 1871; F.R.S. 

ANGUS, THOMAS, M.B., C.M. 1896. 

Ship Surgeon. 

ANNAN, ARCHIBALD JOHNSTON, B.L. 1875. 

Writer, Glasgow. 

ANNAN, JOHN, M.A. 1832. 

"Filius unicus Joannis LL.D. ludimagistri quondam apud Brightelmstone in 
comitatu de Sussex" [Matric. Alb. 1829]. 

ANNAN, WILLIAM, M.D. 1791. 

"Americanus" [Grad. Alb.]. 



22 ROLL OF GRADUATES 

ANTHONY, MICHAEL, M.D. 1844. 

"Hibernus" [Grad. Alb.]. 

APJOHN, WILLIAM, M.D. 1835. 

"Hibernicus" [Grad. Alb.]. 

APPLETON, HENRY, M.B., C.M. 1867, M.D. 1870. 

Glasgow ; Darlington ; Elland, Yorks. ; Pateley Bridge, Yorks. ; Staines, 
Middlesex; London; Bournemouth; Romford, Essex; London; Hull. 

ARBUCKLE, JOHN HUNTER, M.B., C.M. 1870, M.D. 1872. 

Kilmarnock ; Liverpool ; Greenock ; Wakefield ; Liverpool ; Wakefield ; 
Kilmarnock. 

ARCHER, WILLIAM, M.A. 1755. 

"Filius natu 2 dus Samuelis Archer in Com. de Down" [Matric. Alb. 1753]. 

ARCHIBALD, JOHN, M.D. 1829. 

"Scotus" [Grad. Alb.]. 

ARCHIBALD, SAMUEL GEORGE WILLIAM, LL.D. 1822. 

Member of House of Assembly, and Crown Officer for Province, of Nova 
Scotia. 

ARMOR, SAMUEL, M.A. 1807. 

Possibly the same person as Samuel Armour, Irish Presbyterian Minister 
at Drumquin, 1812-44, who died loth March, 1844. 

ARMOR, SAMUEL, M.A. 1824. 

Irish Presbyterian Minister at Inch, near Derry, 1833-53; died nth June, 

1853- 

ARMOUR, ANDREW, M.B., C.M. 1869, M.D. 1871. 

Crook, Co. Durham; Stockton-on-Tees ; died 1880. 

ARMOUR, JAMES, M.D. 1827. 

Lecturer on Midwifery and Medical Jurisprudence in College Street Medical 
School, Glasgow; afterwards Professor of Midwifery in Anderson's College 
there; died of typhus fever 1831. 

ARMOUR, JOHN, M.A. 1747. 

" Filius Gulielmi in parochia de Killcliff in Com. de Down " [Matric. Alb. 
1744]; Armagh Bursar; Went to Virginia [Univ. Minute, 4th April, 1750]. 

ARMOUR, ROBERT, M.D. 1829. 

"Scotus" [Grad. Alb.]. 

ARMOUR, WILLIAM, M.D. 1863. 

Southend, Argyleshire. 

ARMSTRONG, ANDREW, M.A. 1733. 

"Ang. Fil. Joan. Armstrong ex Comit. de Cumberland" [Matric. Alb. 1730]. 

ARMSTRONG, ARCHIBALD, M.A. 1816. 

Irish Presbyterian Minister at Clougherney, 1823-49; died September, 1849. 



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ARMSTRONG, ARCHIBALD, M.D., CM. 1837. 

Sligo ; died 3oth March, 1862. 

ARMSTRONG, CHARLES, M.D. 1838. 

Cork; died May, 1871. 

ARMSTRONG, EDWARD. M.A. 1756- 

Minister at (i) Reading, (2) Bath. 

ARMSTRONG, GEORGE CHARLES, M.D. 1844- 

Ware, Herts. ; Louth ; Blackrock, Co. Dublin. 

ARMSTRONG, HUGH, M.A. 1887, B.D. 1890. 

Licentiate of the Church of Scotland. 

ARMSTRONG, THOMAS, M.B., CM. 1895. 

Glasgow. 

ARMSTRONG, WILLIAM ALFRED ALEXANDER, M.A. 1876. 

English Presbyterian Minister at (i) Silverhill, St. Leonards-on-Sea, (2) 
Reading. 

ARMSTRONG, WILLIAM BUCHAN, M.B., C.M. 1896. 

Rutherglen. 

ARMSTRONG, WILLIAM KINGO, B.A. 1852. 

Baptist Minister at (i) Huddersfield, (2) Ashton-under-Lyne, (3) Berwick- 
on-Tweed, (4) Lincoln, (5) Tunbridge Wells, (6) Lewes, Sussex; died there 
26th September, 1896, aged 74. 

ARNETT, JOHN, M.A. 1778. 

"Hibernus" [Grad. Alb.]. 

ARNOLD, HUGH, C.M. 1825. 

Ballynahinch, Co. Down ; died 4th January, 1870. 

ARNOLD, JOHN, M.D. 1839. 

" Hibernus" [Grad. Alb.]. 

ARNOT, DAVID L., M.A. 1831. 

"Filius unicus Joannis artificis in parochia de Kilmarnock et comitat. de 
Ayr" [Matric. Alb. 1828]. "Had his leg broken and his health very much 
injured by the pressure of the crowd on occasion of the admission of the Rector 
on the i2th of April last," and on that account received a present of ^10 from 
the Faculty [Univ. Minute, 2nd November, 1827]. 

ARNOT, WILLIAM, B.A. 1836. 

Minister of (i) St. Peter's, Glasgow, (2) Free St. Peter's there, (3) Free 
High Church, Edinburgh; born 6th November, 1808; died 3rd June, 1875. 

ARNOTT, HUGH YOUNG, M.A. 1890, B.D. 1893. 

Minister of Newburgh since 1895. 

ARNOTT, JAMES, M.D., C.M. 1866. 

Brigade Surgeon-Lieut.-Col. I. M.S. Bombay. 



24 ROLL OF GRADUATES 

ARNOTT, JOHN, M.A. 1888. 

Free Church Minister at Dailly, Ayrshire. 

ARROL, CHARLES, M.B. 1869, M.D. 1885, C.M. 1885. 

Glasgow ; Sheerness. 

ARROL, SIR WILLIAM, LL.D. 1890. 

Principal partner in firm of William Arrol & Co., Contractors, of Dalmarnock 
Ironworks, Glasgow; Contractor for Tay (re-construction), Forth, and Tower 
(London) Bridges; M.P. for South Ayrshire, 1895; born 1839. 

ARTHUR, ARCHIBALD, M.A. 1763. 

Assistant and successor to Professor of Moral Philosophy in Glasgow 

University from 1780 to 1796; Professor, 1796 to 1797; Chaplain and 

(1774-94) Librarian to University; born at Abbot's Inch, Renfrewshire, 6th 

September, 1744; died i4th June, 1797. 

ARTHUR, DAVID, M.B., C.M. 1883, M.D. 1894. 

Campbeltown ; New Galloway ; London. 

ARTHUR, HUGH, M.B., C.M. 1869, M.D. 1872. 

Airdrie. 

ARTHUR, JAMES, M.D. 1815. 

"Late Surgeon to the Forces" [Univ. Minute, i7th July, 1815]. 

ARTHUR, JAMES, M.A. 1873. 

(i) Assistant to Professor of Mathematics in Glasgow University, 1874-80; 
(2) Mathematical Master in Lurgan College; (3) Head Master of Boyle 
Intermediate School; (4) Head Master of Ballina Intermediate School; (5) Second 
Master in Dunoon Academy; (6) Head Master of Brisbane Academy (now 
called Largs Public School), Largs. 

ARTHUR, JAMES, M.A. 1877, B.D. 1880. 

Native of New Monkland; intended for Ministry of Church of Scotland, 
but died before license. 

ARTHUR, JOHN FINDLAY, M.D. 1831, C.M. 1836. 

C.S.I. ; Lochside House, New Cumnock. 

ARTHUR, JOSEPH, M.D. 1845. 

London; died 1866. 

ARTHUR, PATRICK, M.D. 1845. 

Newport, Co. Tipperary; Lambourne, Berks; died 3ist March, 1870. 

ARTHUR, THOMAS, M.B., C.M. 1872. 

Airdrie; died igth January, 1875, aged 30. 

ARTHUR, WILLIAM, M.D. 1866, C.M. 1878. 

Slamannan ; Huddersfield ; Mirfield, Yorks. 

ARTHUR, WILLIAM HENRY, M.D. 1855. 

Knaresborough, Yorks.; York; Brighton; Keymer, Sussex; died 1892. 



ROLL OF GRADUATES 2$ 

ASHCROFT, FRANCIS, M.A. 1881. 

U.P. Missionary to Rajpootana. 

ASHCROFT, HUGH, M.A. i884. 

Brother of Francis Ashcroft, M.A. (q.v.); born 4th March, 1863; died 
i8th August, 1887. 

ASHER, ASHER, M.D. 1856. 

Bishopbriggs ; Glasgow; London; died yth January, 1889, aged 52. 

ASHER, WILLIAM, D.D. 1866. 

Minister of (i) Knockando, 1826-33, ( 2 ) Inveraven, 1833-74; died 27th 
April, 1874, aged 83; Father of Alexander Asher, Q.C., M.P., etc. 

ASHURST, FREDERICK, M.B., CM. 1887. 

Blackpool ; Hayfield, Derbyshire ; Blackpool ; Manchester ; Hayfield, Derby- 
shire. 

ASPIN, ANDREW HERBERT, M.A. 1889. 

Writer, Glasgow. 

ASPLAND, ROBERT BROOK, M.A. 1822. 

Unitarian Minister at (i) Chester, (2) Bristol, (3) Dukinfield, (4) Hackney; 
Editor of Christian Reformer; one of Secretaries of Manchester College; 
born i gth January, 1805; died 2ist June, 1869; was a schoolfellow of Lord 
Beaconsfield (q.v.). 

ATCHERLEY, ROWLAND, M.D. 1837. 

"Anglicus" [Grad. Alb.]. 

ATKINS, WILLIAM C. M.D. 1834. 

"Hibernus" [Grad. Alb.]. 

ATKINSON, EDWARD, C.M. 1820. 

Glenwilliam Castle, Ballingarry, Co. Limerick: J.P. ; died 1877. 

ATKINSON, HENRY, M.D. 1838. 

"Hibernus" [Grad. Alb.]. 

ATKINSON, JOHN, C.M. 1830. 

"Hibernus" [Grad. Alb.]. 

ATKINSON, JOHN PARKINSON, M.D. 1863. 

London ; Bampton, Oxford ; Beckenham, Kent ; SarTron-Walden, Essex. 

AUCHINCLOSS, WILLIAM, M.D. 1828. 

Glasgow (Lecturer on Surgery in Portland Street Medical School, 1830-38); 
died 1841. 

AULD, ALEXANDER GUNN, M.B., C.M. 1884, M.D. 1886. 

Ship Surgeon ; Wick ; Glasgow ; London. 

AULD, ARCHIBALD, M.B., CM. 1888. 

Greenock; Snaith, Yorks. 



26 ROLL OF GRADUATES 

AULD, CHARLES, M.D. 1835. 

Greenock; died 6th July, 1885. 

AULD, CHARLES, M.B., C.M. 1868, M.D. 1872. 

Shotts ; Wilsontown ; Kilwinning. 

AULD, JAMES, LL.D. 1861. 

(i) Teacher in Wick; (2) Rector of Moffat Academy; (3) Classical Master 
in the Madras Academy, St. Andrews; died circa 1871. 

AULD, WILLIAM, M.A. 1876, B.D. 1878. 

Minister of Carnock, Fifeshire. 

AULD, WILLIAM, M.B., C.M. 1888. 

Glasgow; Wimborne, Dorset. 

AUSTIN, ADAM, M.D. 1749. 

AUSTIN, RICHARD, M.D. 1858. 

Dublin (sometime Professor of Materia Medica Apothecaries' Hall Medical 
School); Ranelagh, Co. Dublin; born gth July, 1814. 

AVERELL, ADAM, M.A. 1753. 

"Filius Thomae in Com. de Derry" [Matric. Alb. 1752]. 

AYLEN, WILLIAM HENRY, B.A. 1853. 

Minister at (i) Salisbury, (2) Carlisle Chapel, Kennington Road, Lambeth. 

BABES, CHARLES JAMES, M.B., C.M. 1892. 

Glasgow ; Hull. 

BABTIE, WILLIAM, M.B. 1880. 

Dumbarton ; Surgeon-Major Army. 

BACHOP, JOHN, M.A. 1850. 

"Fil. nat. max. Thomae fabri lignarii in oppid. de Duntocher" [Matric. 
Alb. 1845]. 

BACON, ROBERT, LL.D. 1800. 

Rev., of Hertingford, Bury, Hertfordshire. 

BADENACH, JAMES, M.D. 1768. 

"Brittannus" [Grad. Alb.]. 

BADHAM, JOHN, M.D. 1828. 

"Anglus" [Grad. Alb.]. Degree conferred "without personal examination," 
as "severe illness . . . renders it necessary for him to leave this country for a 
warmer climate without delay" [Univ. Minute, 24th October, 1828]. 

BAGOT, CHARLES EMILIUS, M.D. 1840, C.M. 1853. 

Dublin; died zgth November, 1863. 

BAGOT, WALTER, M.A. 1775. 

"Hibernus" [Grad. Alb.]. 

BAILEY, WILLIAM EDWARD, M.B., C.M. 1878. 

Ship Surgeon; Stockport; B.Sc. Edin. 1883. 



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BAILIE, JOHN, M.A. 1811. 

"Filius unicus Jacobi in parochia de St. Andrews in Comitatu Downe" 
[Matric. Alb. 1809]. 

BAILLIE, DAVID, M.A, 1891. 

Minister of the Free Church at Beith since 1897. 

BAILLIE, GEORGE, M.D. 1845, CM. 1846. 

Surgeon-Major H.M. Indian Army; Deputy Inspector-General of Hospitals 
of H.M. Madras Medical Service; died igtii September, 1895, ag 6 ^ 7*- 

BAILLIE, JAMES, D.D. 1772. 

Minister of (i) Shotts, (2) Bothwell, (3) Second Charge, Hamilton; Professor 

of Divinity in University of Glasgow, 1775 to 1778; Father of Joanna Baillie, 

the poetess, and Dr. Matthew Baillie, the anatomist ; brother-in-law of William 

Hunter, M.D. 1750 (q.v.), and John Hunter; died 28th April, 1778. 

BAILY, WILLIAM, M.D. 1837. 

"Hibernus" [Grad. Alb.]. 

BAIN, ALEXANDER, B.Sc. 1895. 

Civil Engineer in Glasgow. 

BAIN, ARCHIBALD WATSON, M.A. 1886. 

Teacher, English School, Smyrna. 

BAIN, GEORGE, M.A- 1896. 

Teacher in (i) Ladyland Public School, Maybole, (2) Dalmarnock Public 
School, Glasgow. 

BAIN, JAMES, M.D. 1849. 

Glasgow; Surgeon-Major Bombay Army; died 2ist September, 1882. 

BAIN, JAMES ALEXANDER, M.A. 1881. 

Free Church Missionary to Nyasaland, Central Africa; born 3rd May, 1858 ; 
died at Bandawe, Lake Nyasa, of African fever, i6th May, 1889. 

BAIN, JAMES GORDON, M.B., CM. 1891. 

Southsea ; Taunton ; Wellington, Somerset. 

BAIN, JOHN, M.B., CM. 1896. 

Boarhills, Fife. 

BAIN, RICHARD WILLIAM KIDSTON, M.A. 1880. 

Advocate, Aberdeen. 

BAIN, ROBERT, M.A. 1886. 

Teacher in (i) Kilblain Academy, Greenock, (2) Hutchesons' Grammar 
School, Glasgow. 

BAIN, WALTER, M.D. 1846. 

"Filius nat max. Andreae artificis in com. de Dunbarton" [Matric. Alb. 

1838]. 

BAIN, WILLIAM, M.A. 1819. 

Advocate, Edinburgh. 



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BAIN, WILLIAM, M.D. 1866. 

Surgeon Royal Mail Steam Packet Service ; Selby, Yorks. ; Patterdale, 
Westmoreland; died January, 1892. 

BAINBRIGGE, WILLIAM PARKER YATES, M.B., CM. 1881. 

Droitwich, Wore. ; Victoria West, Cape Colony. 

BAINE, ARCHIBALD, M.A. 1745. 

"Filius Joannis Baine in parochia de Cardross" [Matric. Alb. 1741]. 

BAIRD, ANDREW, M.A. 1886, B.D. 1889. 

Minister (i) at Shotts, (2) of Broughton. 

BAIRD, DAVID, M.A. 1891. 

One of the Masters of Spiers' School, Beith. 

BAIRD, DAVID COLQUHOUN, M.A. 1836. 

" Filius natu maximus Jacobi vectigalium coactoris apud Greenock in 
comitatu de Renfrew" [Matric. Alb. 1832]. 

BAIRD, JAMES, B.A. 1844. 

" Filius natu maximus defuncti Alexandri artificis Glasguensis " [Matric. 
Alb. 1842]. 

BAIRD, JAMES PATERSON, M.A. 1892. 

Native of Hamilton; intended for ministry of U.P. Church, but prevented by 
ill health; died in Sydney, New South Wales, 2nd February, 1893. 

BAIRD, JAMES WATSON, M.D. 1827. 

"Scotus" [Grad. Alb.]. 

BAIRD, JOHN, M.D. 1799. 

"Scotus" [Grad. Alb.]. 

BAIRD, JOHN, M.D. 1804. 

Glasgow; died 1825. 

BAIRD, JOHN, M.D. 1822. 

"Scotus" [Grad. Alb.]. 

BAIRD, JOHN, M.A. 1838. 

"Filius natu secundus Roberti, fabri lignarii apud com. de Stirling" [Matric. 
Alb. 1834]. 

BAIRD, JOHN, M.A. 1863, B.D. 1867. 

Minister of West Parish, Helensburgh. 

BAIRD, JOHN, M.B., C.M. 1877. 

Glasgow ; Middelburg, Cape Colony ; Naauw-Poort there. 

BAIRD, JOHN, M.B., C.M. 1889. 

Taynuilt ; Bonnybridge. 

BAIRD, ROBERT, M.A. 1828. 

"Scotus" [Grad. Alb.]. 

BAIRD, SAMUEL JAMES, M.B., C.M. 1885. 

Londonderry; Eglinton, Co. Derry. 



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BAIRD, WILLIAM, M.A. 1812. 

" Filius natu Secundus Joannis Agricolae in parochia de Donnagore in 
comitatu de Antrim" [Matric. Alb. 1809]. 

BAIRD, WILLIAM, M.A. 1828, M.D. 1832. 

See AIRSTON. 

BAIRD, WILLIAM JAMES, M.D. 1852. 

Deputy Inspector-General R.N. 

BAIRD, WILLIAM STEPHEN, M.B., CM. 1895. 

Ship Surgeon ; Winton, N.Z. 

BAKER, FRANKLIN, M.A. 1822. 

Minister of Bank Street Unitarian Chapel, Bolton, 1823-64; born at 
Birmingham ayth August, 1800; died 25th May, 1867. 

BAKER, GEORGE, M.D. 1834. 

Practitioner in Dublin and Lecturer on Medical Jurisprudence in Peter Street 
School of Medicine there; born circa 1808; died 1854. 

BAKER, JOHN COPLESTON, M.D. 1861. 

Littleham, Devon; Campbeltown ; Liverpool; died gth September, 1880, 
aged 43. 

BALBIRNIE, JOHN, M.A. 1830, M.D. 1836. 

Glasgow ; Bridge of Allan ; Torquay ; Great Malvern ; Southport ; Sheffield ; 
Keyworth, Plumtree, Notts.; died nth March, 1895, aged 85. 

BALDERSTON, JOHN, M.A. 1729. 

"Anglus" [Grad. Alb.]. 

BALDRICK, JAMES, CM. 1834, M.D. 1835. 

Ramelton, Co. Donegal; died 6th April, 1861. 

BALDWIN, GEORGE E. CM. 1827. 

" Americanus " [Grad. Alb.]. 

BALFOUR, ALEXANDER LUNDIE, M.A. 1867, B.D. 1873. 

Minister of Tomintoul; ordained 24th September, 1874; died 26th May, 
i375- 

BALFOUR, ARTHUR JAMES, LL.D. 1891. 

M.P. for (i) Hertford, 1874-85, (2) Manchester (East) since 1886; P.C. 
1885; President of Local Government Board, 1885-86; Secretary for Scotland, 
1886-87; Chief Secretary for Ireland, 1887-91; First Lord of the Treasury, 
1891-92, and again 1895; F.R.S. 1888; Lord Rector of the University of 
Glasgow, 189093; born 25th July, 1848. 

BALFOUR, FRANCIS MAITLAND, LL.D. 1881. 

M.A., Fellow of Trinity College, Cambridge, and Professor of Animal 

Morphology there; born loth November, 1851; killed while mountaineering 

among the Alps i8th or igth July, 1882; brother of the Right Hon. Arthur 

James Balfour (q.v.). 



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BALFOUR, JOHN HUTTON, LL.D, 1879. 

M.D. Edin. 1831 ; LL.D. Edin. 1880; LL.D. St. Andrews, 1882 ; Professor 

of Botany in (i) Glasgow University, 1841 to 1845, (2) Edinburgh University, 

1845 to 1879; born at Edinburgh i5th September, 1808; died nth February, 

1884. 

BALFOUR, LEWIS, D.D. 1853. 

Minister of (i) Sorn, (2) Colinton; died 24th April, 1860, aged 83. 

BALL, BENJAMIN, LL.D. 1888. 

Clinical Professor of Mental and Cerebral Diseases in the Paris Faculty 
of Medicine; M.D. 

BALL, JOSEPH, M.D. 1791. 

"Hibernus" [Grad. Alb.]. 

BALLANTINE, JAMES, M.D. 1838. 

Catrine. 

BALLANTINE, ROBERT, M.D. 1843. 

Girvan; Jedburgh; Girvan; died 1880. 

BALLANTYNE, JAMES ROBERT, LL.D. 1845. 

Orientalist; Principal of and Professor of Moral Philosophy in the East 
India Company's Sanskrit College, Benares, 1845-61 ; Librarian to the India 
Office, London, 1861-64; died i6th February, 1864. 

BALLANTYNE, JAMES TODD, M.B., CM. 1878. 

Glasgow; Darwen, Lanes. 

BALLARDIE, SAMUEL WESTWOOD, M.A. 1890. 

Teacher in (i) Inverness, (2) Dundee, (3) High School for Girls, Garnethill, 
Glasgow. 

BALSHAW, JOHN, M.A. 1741. 

"Willielmi F. in Walton com. Lancaster" [Matric. Alb. 1739]. 

BAMBER, HARRY, M.B., C.M. 1884. 

Birchington, Isle of Thanet ; London ; Chatham ; Tongshan, Tientsin, N. 
China ; North Shields. 

BAMBER, WILLIAM RICHARD, M.A. 1877. 

(i) Curate of St. Stephen's, Salford; (2) Curate of Christ Church, Southwark ; 
(3) Curate of St. John's, Hammersmith ; (4) Curate of St. Peter's, Folkestone ; 
(5) Incumbent of Stranraer Episcopal Church ; (6) Incumbent of St. Columba's 
Episcopal Church, Portree; (7) Curate at St. Clement's, City Road, London; 
born gth August, 1855 ; died i8th March, 1893. 

BANCKS, JOHN, M.D. 1819. 

"Anglus" [Grad. Alb.]. 

BANKHEAD, JAMES, M.A. 1794. 

Possibly the same person as James Bankhead, who was ordained Presbyterian 
Minister at Dromore, Co. Down, in 1796, and died loth January, 1824. 



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BANKHEAD, JOSEPH, M.D. 1835. 

"Hibernus" [Grad. Alb.]. 
BANKHEAD, WILLIAM, M.D. 1764. 

BANKHEAD, WILLIAM THOMSON, M.A. 1879, B.D. 1883. 

Minister of (i) English Presbyterian Church at North Shields, (2) U.P. 
Church at Ibrox, Glasgow. 

BANKIER, ALEXANDER MILNE, M.B., CM. 1885, M.D. 1890. 

Crewe, Cheshire ; Wolverhampton. 

BANKIER, GEORGE HENRY SEYMOUR JAMES, M.B. 1875, M.D. 1877. 

Bothwell; Kendal ; Ellesmere, Salop; Surgeon R.N.; Ashton-under-Lyne. 

BANKIER, JAMES, M.D. 1831. 

London ; Chatham ; Sheerness ; London ; Falmouth ; Glasgow ; Staff-Surgeon 
Royal Navy; died 1871. 

BANKIER, PATRICK MACINDOE, M.A. 1881. 

Barrister, Hamilton, Ontario, Canada. 

BANKIER, ROBERT AUSTIN, M.D. 1843- 

"Scotus" [Grad. Alb.} 

BANKS, ALEXANDER, M.A. 1844. 

U.P. Minister at Braehead, Carnwath. 

BANKS, CHARLES, M.B., CM. 1886, M.D. 1895. 

Glasgow ; Eskbank, Dalkeith ; Paisley ; Eskbank ; Bengal. 

BANKS, JOHN, M.B., CM. 1872. 

Carnwath ; Dunoon. 

BANKS, SIR JOHN THOMAS, LL.D. 1888. 

M.D. Dublin, 1843; K.C.B.; Regius Professor of Physic in University of 
Dublin; Physician in Ordinary to the Queen in Ireland. 

BANKS, ROBERT M'LACHLAN, M.B., CM. 1888. 

Paisley ; Dunoon ; Glasgow ; Belford ; Lanark. 

BANNATYNE, ALEXANDER, M.A. 1867. 

Minister of (i) Free West Church, Inverness, (2) Free South Church, 
Paisley, (3) Longsight Presbyterian Church, Manchester, (4) Free Martyrs' 
Church, Lochgilphead. 

BANNATYNE, ANDREW, LL.D. 1868. 

Writer in Glasgow; Member of University Court (as General Council 
Assessor), 1859 to 1864; died nth June 1871, aged 73. 

BANNATYNE, ANDREW STIRLING, M.A. 1895. 

Curate, St. Ann's Parish Church, Nottingham. 

BANNATYNE, CHARLES, M.A. 1735. 

Minister of (i) Kilmory, (2) Irvine; died 27th April, 1773, aged 58. 



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BANNATYNE, CHARLES, M.B., CM. 1890. 

Old Cumnock ; Southend, Campbeltown. 

BANNATYNE, GILBERT ALEXANDER, M.B., C.M. 1888, M.D. 1891. 

Glasgow ; Greenock ; Bath. 

BANNATYNE, NINIAN, M.A. 1825. 

Minister of (i) Old Cumnock, (2) Free Church there; died 2oth February, 
1874. 

BANNERMAN, CHARLES, M.A. 1883. 

Corn Factor, Glasgow. 

BANNERMAN, GEORGE GUNN, M.B., C.M. 1885. 

Glasgow; Hawick. 

BANNERMAN, SIR HENRY CAMPBELL. See CAMPBELL-BANNERMAN. 

BARBER, SAMUEL, M.A. 1759. 

Presbyterian Minister at Rathfriland, Co. Down, 1763 to 1811; died 5th 
September, 1811; imprisoned for concern in Irish Rebellion of 1798. 

BARBER, WILLIAM, M.A. 1883. 

of Tererran, Moniaive. 

BARBOUR, JAMES MORRISON, M.B., C.M. 1875. 

Glasgow ; Middle Colaba, Bombay ; London. 

BARBOUR, JOHN BORTHWICK, M.D. 1865. 

Glasgow ; London ; Physician Soudan Expedition, sent out by Viceroy of 
Egypt; London; died i2th February, 1877, aged 42. 

BARBOUR, ROBERT NOTMAN, M.A. 1870. 

Probationer of the Free Church; died, of consumption, i8th June, 1875. 

BARBOUR, WILLIAM, M.B., C.M. 1891. 

Paisley; Partick. 

BARCLAY, ARTHUR, M.B., C.M. 1874. 

Surgeon-Major Bengal Army; died at Simla and August, 1891, aged 39. 

BARCLAY, SIR JAMES, BART., M.D. 1734. 

of Pierston, Ayrshire; Surgeon in the Royal Navy; Degree granted "as a 

Testimony of this University's regard both to the antient family he represents, 

and his own knowledge in the Theory, and long successfull practise of Medicine 

and Surgery" [Univ. Minute, 22nd November, 1734]- 

BARCLAY, JAMES, M.D. 1854. 

Glasgow; Killingworth, Northumberland; died at Glasgow, 1861. 

BARCLAY, JAMES, M.A. 1865, D.D. 1892. 

Minister of (i) St. Michael's, Dumfries, (2) Canonbie, (3) Linlithgow, (4) 
St. Cuthbert's, Edinburgh, (5) St. Paul's, Montreal. 



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BARCLAY, JAMES, M.A. 1883, LL.B. 1886. 

(i) Law Apprentice in office of Dixon, Erskine & Grieve, Writers, Glasgow; 
(2) Attorney and Counsellor-at-Law in New York City. 

BARCLAY, JOHN, M.A. 1832, D.D. 1855. 

Minister of St Andrew's Church, Toronto, Canada West. 

BARCLAY, ROBERT DUNCAN, B.Sc. 1889. 

(i) Engineer and Millwright in Paisley, Australia; (2) resident at 10 Albyn 
Place, Edinburgh. 

BARCLAY, ROBERT FRANCIS, M.A. 1889, LL.B. 1892. 

Writer, Glasgow. 

BARCLAY, THOMAS, M.D., C.M. 1862. 

Hangkow, China; son of Principal Thomas Barclay. 

BARCLAY, THOMAS, M.A. 1870. 

English Presbyterian Missionary to the Chinese in Formosa. 

BARCLAY, THOMAS, M.A. 1871. 

Advocate, Edinburgh. 

BARDWELL, FOSTER HENRY, M.A. 1894. 

Minister of Charlotte Baptist Chapel, Rose Street, Edinburgh. 

BARKER, ALEXANDER EDWARD, M.A. 1885, LL.B. 1887. 

Barrister-at-Law, London; son of Henry Martyn Barker, LL.D. (q.v.). 

BARKER, FORDYCE, LL.D. 1888. 

Professor of Clinical Midwifery in the Bellevue Hospital of the Medical 
College, New York, U.S.A.; born 2nd May, 1819; LL.D. New York; LL.D. 
Edin. 1884; M.D. 

BARKER, FRANCIS JAMES, M.A. 1890, M.B., C.M. 1895. 

Glasgow; son of Henry Martyn Barker, LL.D. (q.v.). 

BARKER, GEORGE, M.D. 1825. 

Army Surgeon; served through the greater portion of the Peninsular War, 
and became Inspector of Hospitals at Gibraltar. 

BARKER, HENRY MARTYN, M.A. 1849, LL.D. 1870. 

Head Classical Master of Chanonry School (The Gymnasium), Old Aberdeen, 

1851-53; in business in Glasgow, 1853-62; Rector of Chanonry School (The 

Gymnasium), Old Aberdeen, 1862-79; Head Master of the English department in 

the High School of Glasgow, 1879-95, when retired. 

BARKER, JACOB W., CM. 1827. 

" Americanus" [Grad. Alb.] ; possibly the same person as " Wharton Barker," 
son of Jacob Barker, financier, one of the original members of the Society of 
"Tamany Hall." 

BARKER, ROBERT, M.A. 1774. 

" Filius natu minimus Reverendi admodum Viri in Parochia de Creggans 
V.D.M. in Comitatu de Armagh Hibernia" [Matric. Alb. 1772]. 



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BARKER, WILLIAM, M.A. 1770. 

"Natus in Hibernia Filius natu minimus Squire Barker V.D.M. Parochiae de 
Muliaghbrack in Com. de Armagh in Hibernia" [Matric. Alb. 1768]. 

BARLAS, ALEXANDER, M.A. 1809. 

"Filius natu minimus Viri Reverendi Jacobi V.D.M. Crieff, Perthsh." 
[Matric. Alb. 1803]. 

BARLAS, ALEXANDER RICHARD, M.A. 1881. 

In service of Local Government Board for Ireland, as (i) Higher Division 
Clerk, 1883, (2) Private Secretary to Vice-President, 1889, (3) Superintending 
Clerk, 1895. 

BARLOW, CUTHBERT FETHERSTON HOUGH, M.D. 1842. 

"Hibernus" [Grad. Alb.]. 

BARLOW, JAMES, M.D. 1833. 

Dublin; Army Surgeon for 47 years. 

BARNES, GEORGE W., M.D. 1835. 

"Hibernus" [Grad. Alb.]. 

BARNES, CRAWFORD, CM. 1820. 

"Hibernus" [Grad. Alb.]. 

BARNETT, JOHN, M.A. 1819, D.D. 1837. 

Presbyterian Minister at Moneymore, Co. Deny, Ireland, 1827-80; died 4th 
January, 1880. 

BARNHILL, JAMES, B.A. 1860, M.A. 1861. 

Sometime Classical Teacher in The John Neilson Educational Institution, 
Paisley ; afterwards Assistant in Glasgow University Library ; thereafter Mercantile 
Clerk ; died at Reddish, 26th August, 1885, aged 45. 

BARNHILL, WILLIAM, B.A. 1852, M.A. 1867, B.D. 1869. 

(i) Catechist in connection with Avondale Parish Church, 1860-62; (2) 
Minister of East Strathaven Church, 1862-65 > (3) connected with a Boys' Home 
in London ; (4) sent to Toronto, Canada, by Colonial Committee of Church of 
Scotland, 1874; (5) Chaplain pro tern, at Gosport, 1879; (6) Church of Scotland 
Minister, St Clement's Parish, Berbice, British Guiana, 1879-83 ; died at Berbice, 
22nd October, 1883. 

BARNSLEY, RICHARD, M.D. 1838. 

"Hibernus" [Grad. Alb.]. 

BARR, ARCHIBALD, B.Sc. 1878, D.Sc. 1890. 

"Young" Assistant in Civil Engineering in Glasgow University, 1876-84; 

Professor of Civil and Mechanical Engineering in Yorkshire College, Leeds, 

1884-89; Professor of Civil Engineering and Mechanics in Glasgow University 

since 1889. 

BARR, GEORGE, C.M. 1818. 

"Scotus" [Grad. Alb.]. 



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BARR, HENRY, B.L. 1887. 

Writer, Glasgow. 

BARR, JAMES, M.A. 1735. 

"Johan. F. in Par. de Lesmahagoe in com. Lanerk" [Matric. Alb. 1732]. 

BARR, JAMES, D.D. 1820. 

Minister of (i) Scots Presbyterian Church, Liverpool, (2) Port-Glasgow, (3) 
St Enoch's, Glasgow; died i6th December, 1861. 

BARR, JAMES, CM. 1822. 

"Scotus" [Grad. Alb.]. 

BARR, JAMES, M.D. 1828. 

Hamilton; Surgeon R.N; died 27th January, 1867. 

BARR, JAMES, M.B. 1873, M.D. 1882. 

Glasgow ; Strabane, Co. Tyrone ; Liverpool. 

BARR, JAMES, M.A. 1884, B.D. 1892. 

Free Church Minister of (i) Johnston and Wamphray, 1889-95, ( 2 ) Dennis- 
toun, Glasgow, since 1895. 

BARR, JAMES, M.B., CM. 1890. 

Johnstone; Gorton, Lanes. 

BARR, JAMES BUNTON, M.B., CM. 1878. 

Port-Glasgow. 

BARR, JAMES KING, M.A. 1889. 

Teacher in John Street Public School, Glasgow, 1883-91; Head Master of 
Tulliallan and Kincardine Public School, Fife, since 1891. 

BARR, JOHN, CM. 1827. 

"Scotus" [Grad. Alb.]. 

BARR, JOHN, M.B., CM. 1877. 

Rishton, Lanes.; J.P. 

BARR, JOHN FULTON, B.Sc. 1889, M.B., CM. 1891. 

Glasgow. 

BARR, PATRICK, B.L. 1880. 

Writer, Glasgow. 

BARR, ROBERT, CM. 1822. 

"Scotus" [Grad. Alb.]. 

BARR, ROBERT, M.A. 1894. 

Minister of Neilston. 

BARR, ROBERT BROWNLEE, M.B., C.M. 1895. 

Lugar; Carluke. 

BARR, THOMAS, M.B., C.M. 1868, M.D. 1870. 

Glasgow : Aural Surgeon Western Infirmary and Lecturer on Aural Surgery in 
(i) Anderson's College, (2) The University since 1894. 






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BARRAS, THOMAS CRAWFORD, M.B., C.M. 1888. 

Milngavie; Glasgow. 

BARRAS, WILLIAM GEORGE, M.B., C.M. 1889, M.D. 1892. 

Ship Surgeon; Govan. 

BARRETT, GEORGE, B.A. 1835. 

" Filius natu 4 tus Edwardi Armigeri prope Sidmouth in Com. de Devonshire " 
[Matric. Alb. 1834]. 

BARRIE, ANDREW, M.D. 1864. 

Newarthill ; H.M. Indian Medical Service. 

BARRIE, DAVID REID, M.B., C.M. 1893. 

Birtley, Co. Durham. 

BARRIE, JOHN, M.D. 1799. 

"Scotus" [Grad. Alb.]. 

BARRIE, JOHN, M.D. 1860. 

Glasgow; died 25th April, 1897, aged 63. 

BARRIE, THOMAS TENNENT, B.L. 1895. 

Law Clerk, Strathaven. 

BARRON, LUKE, M.D. 1839. 

Surgeon-Major Army. 

BARROWMAN, JAMES STORRY, M.A. 1888. 

Licentiate of the Church of Scotland. 

BARROWMAN, THOMAS, M.B., C.M. 1892. 

Johnstone ; Grimsby. 

BARRY, JAMES, M.A. 1748. 

" Filius Viri Reverendi Davidis Barry Vicarii de Drumaul in Com. de Antrim " 
[Matric. Alb. 1746]. 

BARRY, JOHN COOPER, M.A. 1879. 

Free Church Minister of (i) Lochmaben, (2) North Church, Dumbarton. 

BARRY, PHILIP, M.D. 1836, C.M. 1839. 

Mallow, Co. Cork; died 3oth December, 1878. 

BARRY, RICHARD, M.D. 1835. 

"Hibernus" [Grad. Alb.]. 

BARRY, SAMUEL, M.D. 1822. 

"Hibernus" [Grad. Alb.]. 

BARRY, SAMUEL, M.D. 1837. 

"Hibernicus" [Grad. Alb.]. 

BARRY, WILLIAM, M.D. 1818. 

"Anglus" [Grad. Alb.]. 

BARTHOLOMEW, HUMPHREY, M.D. 1734. 

Sometime of "St. Thomas' Hospital, London, under the care of Dr. 
Waddesworth, chief physician thereof" [Univ. Minute, 3oth January, 1734]. 



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BARTHOLOMEW, JOHN, M.A. 1891, LL.B. 1895. 

Advocate, Edinburgh. 

BARTLET, NATHANIEL, M.D. 1731- 

Practitioner at Pool, Dorsetshire. 

BARTON, ANGUS, D.D. l8 S6- 

Minister of Castleton; died igth April, 1861, aged 76. 

BARTON, JOHN ARONDEL, M.B., CM. 1879. 

Glasgow; St. George, Gloucestershire; died 4th January, 1894, aged 38. 

BATER, CLAUDE HOOPER, M.A. 1891. 

Chemical Officer, Inland Revenue, Ashwell, near Hitchin, Herts. 

BATES, ISAAC, M.A. 1770. 

"Gulielmi filius natu minimus, Agricolae in Parochia de Artrea, in Com. 
de Londonderry, Hibernia" [Matric. Alb. 1766]. 

BATES, JOHN, M.A. 1853. 

"Fil. nat. max. Gulielmi mercatoris in com. Tyrone" [Matric. Alb. 1848]. 

BATES, STEWART, M.A. 1815. 

R.P. Minister at (i) Kelso, (2) West Campbell Street, Glasgow; born at 

Silver Hill, near Londonderry, May 1794; died at Glasgow, 7th November, 1856. 

BATHGATE, WILLIAM, M.A. 1873. 

H.M. Inspector of Schools; Examiner in Classics for Preliminary Examina- 
tions in Glasgow University, 1892, etc.; Snell Exhibitioner, 1871; B.A. Oxon. 
1875- 

BATTERSBY, JOHN GEORGE, M.D. 1839. 

Dungarvan, Co. Waterford; Lismore, same Co.; died 1870. 

BAUCHOP, JAMES, M.B., CM. 1889. 

Glasgow; Hollinwood, Lanes. 

BAUCHOP, JEFFREY DRUMMOND, M.A. 1896. 

Student of Law. 

BAXTER, COLIN, M.B., CM. 1886. 

Bannockburn; died there 1 7th August, 1890, aged 28. 

BAXTER, MALCOLM M'FARLANE, M.A. 1890. 

Licentiate of the U.P. Church. 

BAXTER, THOMAS, M.B., CM. 1895. 

Glasgow. 

BAYNE, COLIN, M.A. 1780. 

"Natus in Muthil Filius natu Maximus Jacobi Agricolae in parochia de 
Muthil et comitatu de Perth" [Matric. Alb. 1775]. 

BAYNE, DAVID, M.A. 1890, B.D. 1893. 

Minister of Muiravonside since 1897. 



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BAYNE, JOHN, M.A. 1892. 

(i) Professor of Agriculture in Tewfikieh College, Cairo; (2) Director of 
Agricultural College, Lincoln, Canterbury, N.Z. 

BAYNE, THOMAS WALTER, M.B., CM. 1896. 

Hurlford. 

BAYNES, ARTHUR STUART, B.A. 1848, M.A. 1850. 

"FiL nat. 3 tius Eduardi Consulis in urbe Petropoli " [Matric. Alb. 1845]. 

BAYNES, JOSEPH HANBURY, M.B., CM. 1880. 

Barrow-in-Furness ; Manchester. 

BEACONSFIELD, EARL OF, LL.D. 1873. 

Benjamin Disraeli; M.P. for (i) Maidstone, 1837-41, (2) Shrewsbury, 
1841-47, (3) Buckinghamshire, 1847-76; Chancellor of the Exchequer during 
Lord Derby's three Administrations; First Lord of the Treasury in 1868, and 
again 1874-80; Lord Rector of Glasgow University 1871-77; D.C.L. Oxon. 
1853; created Earl of Beaconsfield, 1876; K.G. 1878; born 2ist December, 
1804; died 1 9th April, 1881. 

BEALE, ARTHUR ARNOLD, M.B., C.M. 1890. 

Ship Surgeon ; Bristol ; London. 

BEAMISH, CHARLES, M.A. 1782. 

"Natus in Hybernia Filius natu Tertius Gulielmi Centurionis in Classe 
Britanica in comitatu de Corke" [Matric. Alb. 1779]. 

BEAMISH, SAMUEL STEPHEN (Rev.), M.D. 1839. 

London; died at High Barnet, i7th April, 1895. 

BEAN, JOHN, M.A. 1773. 

"Filius natu maximus Joannis Agricolae in Comitatu Eboracensi, Anglia" 
[Matric. Alb. 1770]. 

BEARD, CHARLES BERNARD, M.A. 1893. 

Assistant Curate of St. Paul's Episcopal Church, Dundee. 

BEASLEY, THOMAS, LL.D. 1824. 

Head Master of the Grammar School at Uxbridge. 

BEATSON, DAVID, M.B., C.M. 1894. 

North Shields; Glasgow. 

BEATSON, GEORGE STEWART, M.A. 1835, M.D. 1836. 

Surgeon-General Army; C.B. 1869; Honorary Physician to the Queen; 
died suddenly at Simla, 7th June, 1874. 

BEATSON, JOHN FULLARTON, B.A. 1839, M.D. 1842. 

Surgeon-General I.M.S. Bengal; C.I.E. 1878; retired 1880. 

BEATTIE, ALEXANDER OGILVIE, M.D. 1832. 

U.P. Minister at (i) Leslie, (2) Kincardine, (3) St. Vincent Street, 
Glasgow; died loth June, 1858, aged 75. 



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BEATTIE, MATTHEW, M.B., CM. 1888. 

Auldgirth, Dumfries; Ruddington, Notts.; Gotham there; London; Gotham. 

BEATTIE, ROBERT M'GHIE, M.B., CM. 1886. 

Inveraray. 

BECK, ALEXANDER ERASER, M.B., CM. 1881. 

Glasgow; died 1884. 

BECK, EDWARD, M.B., CM. 1892. 

Ravenstonedale, Westmoreland. 

BECK, JOHN WOODS, CM. 1839, M.D. 1840. 

Belfast; died 2nd May, 1886, aged 66. 

BECKETT, ALEXANDER, M.D. 1852. 

Beechworth, Victoria, Australia; Moneymore, Co. Deny; died 23rd 
January, 1888. 

BECKETT, CHARLES EDWARD, M.A. 1879, LL.B. 1883. 

Writer, Glasgow. 

BECKETT, JOHN, M.B., CM. 1875, M.D. 1877. 

Great Driffield, Yorks. ; Glasgow ; Dunblane ; Bowness, Westmoreland ; 
Tunbridge Wells ; London ; Derby ; Humansdorp, Cape Colony. 

BECKETT, WILLIAM, M.A. 1870. 

Writer, Glasgow. 

BEERS, JAMES SHAW, M.D., CM. 1832. 

"Hibernus" [Grad. Alb.]. 

BEET, JOSEPH AGAR, D.D. 1891. 

Professor of Systematic Theology in Wesleyan College, Richmond, Surrey. 

BEGG, BRUCE BEVERIDGE, B.A. 1858, M.A. 1859, D.D. 1896. 

Minister of Abbotshall, Kirkcaldy. 

BEGG, DAVID, C.M. 1836. 

"Scotus" [Grad. Alb.]; a "Dr. D. Begg" was resident at Calcutta in 1852 
[Life of A. N. Somerville, D.D., p. 96]. 

BEGG, JAMES, D.D. 1815. 

Minister of (i) Calton, Glasgow, 1794-1801, (2) New MonkJand, 1801-45; 
born i6th March, 1763; died nth June, 1845. 

BEGG, JAMES, M.A. 1824. 

Minister of (i) Maxwelltown, May to December, 1830, (2) Lady Glenorchy's, 
Edin., 1830-31, (3) Paisley Middle, 1831-35, (4) Liberton, 1835-43, (5) Newington 
Free Church, Edinburgh, 1843-83; born at New Monkland, 3ist October, 
1808; died at Edinburgh, 291)1 September, 1883; son of James Begg, D.D. 
1815 (q.v.) ; D.D. Lafayette College, Pennsylvania, 1847. 

BEGG, ROBERT, M.A. 1882, B.D. 1885. 

U.P. Minister at Crossgates. 



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BEGG, WILLIAM, D.D. 1886. 

Minister of (i) New Monkland, 1837-40 (Assistant and Successor), (2) 
Falkirk, 1840-88; born 2nd July, 1815; died xoth April, 1888; son of James 
j, D.D. 1815 (q.v.). 



BEGG, WILLIAM HUGH, M.A. 1871. 

Intended for Ministry of Church of Scotland, and completed two years' 

attendance in Divinity Hall of Glasgow University; born at Falkirk, 3ist January, 

1852 ; died, of typhoid fever, at Athens (where he was acting for a year as tutor), 

5th January, 1874; son of William Begg, D.D. (q.v.). 

BEGGS, JOHN, C.M. 1839, M.D. 1857. 

Reedsmouth House, Northumberland; Hexham ; Tynemouth ; died 25th 
January, 1870. 

BEHAN, JAMES, M.D. 1787. 

"Hibernus" [Grad. Alb.]. 

BEITH, ROBERT, M.D. 1845. 

Surgeon R.N. Hospital, Plymouth ; Deputy Inspector-General of Hospitals 
and Fleets; died at Plymouth, 22nd January, 1868. 

BEITH, ROBERT, M.B., C.M. 1882. 

(Brunton Prizeman) ; Glasgow ; Suva, Fiji ; Mudgee, N.S. Wales. 

BELFON, PETER CHARLES, M.D. 1834. 

"Grenada" [Grad. Alb.]. 

BELL, ALAN, LL.D. 1817. 

Rev., Master of the Diocesan School at Down, in Ireland. 

BELL, ANDREW LEES, M.B., C.M. 1882, M.D. 1895. 

Glasgow; Coltness; Dunfermline. 

BELL, CHARLES, M.D. 1836. 

Dumfries; Edinburgh (Lecturer on Midwifery there); died Qth August, 
1891, aged 86. 

BELL, CHARLES WILLIAM, M.B., C.M. 1885. 

Glasgow; Larbert. 

BELL, DAVID, C.M. 1830, M.D. 1832. 

Vicar of Goole, Yorks., 1855-88; died nth September, 1888, aged 80. 

BELL, HENRY GLASSFORD, LL.D. 1868. 

Advocate; Sheriff-Substitute of Lanarkshire, 1839-67; Sheriff-Principal, 

1867-74; Dean of Faculties in Glasgow University, 1865 to 1868; Author of 

" Mary, Queen of Scots," etc. ; born at Glasgow, 5th November, 1803 ; died there, 

7th January, 1874. 

BELL, HENRY PEILE, M.D. 1826. 

"Hibernus" [Grad. Alb.]. 



ROLL OF GRADUATES 41 

BELL, HENRY WILLIAM, B.A. 1861, M.A. 1862. 

Minister of (i) Free Chalmers Church, Dundee, (2) Free High Church, 
Aberdeen. 

BELL, JAMES, D.D. 1789. 

(i) Preacher to the University of Glasgow; (2) Minister of Coldstream; 
died gth August, 1794, aged 53. 

BELL, JOHN, M.A. 1825. 

Partner of the firm of J. & M. P. Bell Co., China and Earthenware 
Manufacturers, Glasgow Pottery, Stafford Street, Glasgow; born loth November, 
1806; died 28th March, 1880. 

BELL, JOHN, B.A. 1843. 

"Hibemus" [Grad. Alb.]. 

BELL, JOHN M'LEAN, B.A. 1847. 

"Fil. nat. sec. Archibaldi redemptoris in oppid. de Gourock" [Matric. Alb. 
1843]- 

BELL, JOHN PEARSON, M.D., CM. 1845. 

Hull; J.P. ; died 26th September, 1886, aged 77. 

BELL, LUCAS, M.A. 1771. 

"Hib s " [Grad. Alb.]. 

BELL, PETER MACDONALD, M.B., C.M. 1866, M.D. 1873. 

Blair Logic ; Dalmellington ; Pudsey, Yorks. ; Manningham, Yorks. ; Pudsey, 
Yorks. 
BELL, ROBERT, M.B. 1868, M.D. 1871. 

Glasgow. 

BELL, ROBERT GORDON, M.B., C.M. 1890. 

Glasgow (Assistant, 1890-91, to Professor of Anatomy in the University); 
Sunderland. 

BELL, THOMAS, Ch.B. 1822. 

"Hybernus" [Grad. Alb.]. 

BELL, THOMAS, M.D. 1826. 

"Hibernus" [Grad. Alb.]. 

BELL, THOMAS, M.B., CM. 1895. 

Coatbridge. 

BELL, THOMAS KERR, M.B., C.M. 1889. 

Coatbridge; Glasgow; South Africa. 

BELL, WILLIAM, M.A. 1736. 

Minister of Campsie; died 8th May, 1783, aged 77. 

BELL, WILLIAM, M.A. 1812. 

"Scotus" [Grad. Alb.]. 

BELL, WILLIAM, M.D. 1837, M.A. 1841. 

Garstang, Lanes.; died 131!) November, 1870, aged 81. 



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BELL, WILLIAM, M.D. 1844. 

Preston, Lanes. ; died 1889. 

BELL, WILLIAM, M.A. 1877. 

Minister, Hall Street, Semaphore, Exeter, near Adelaide, South Australia; 
brother of Robert Bell, M.B. 1868, M.D. 1871 (q.v.). 

BELL, WILLIAM GREGORY, M.A. 1895. 

Student of Christ Church, Oxford. 

BELL, WILLIAM HAMILTON, M.A. 1888. 

Teacher in Hillhead Public School, Glasgow, 1888-90; Second Master in 

West Coats School, Cambuslang, 1890-92 ; Master in Allan Glen's School, Glasgow, 

1892-94; Head Master of Public School, Fort- William, 1894-96; Head Master of 

Blairgowrie Public School since 1896. 

BELLY, JOHN, M.A. 1730. 

"Ang. Hib." [Grad. Alb.]. 

BENEDIKT, MORIZ, LL.D. 1888. 

Professor of Electrotherapeutics in the University of Vienna. 

BENNETT, ALEXANDER JOHN MUNRO, M.A. 1887. 

Writer, Dunoon. 

BENNETT, GEORGE, M.D. 1859. 

Wooloomooloo, Sydney, New South Wales; M.R.C.S. Eng. 1828; F.R.S.S. 
Eng. 1859; F.L.S. ; born at Plymouth, 3ist January, 1804; died 2gth Sep- 
tember, 1893. 

BENNETT, ROBERT, M.A. 1804. 

" Filius unicus Jacobi Medicinae Doctoris apud Cork in comitatu de Cork in 
Hybernia" [Matric. Alb. 1801]. 

BENNETT, SAMUEL, M.D. 1834 

Bruff, Co. Limerick; died i2th August, 1870, aged 63. 

BENNIE, ARCHIBALD, D.D. 1845. 

Minister of (i) Albion Street Chapel, Glasgow, (2) Stirling, (3) Lady 
Yester's, Edinburgh; born at Glasgow, ist November, 1797; died at Dunoon, 
2ist September, 1846. 

BENNIE, JAMES, M.B., C.M. 1873, M.D. 1876. 

Glasgow; Ship Surgeon; Coatbridge; Currie, Midlothian; died 2nd June, 
1879, aged 27. 

BENNIE, JAMES NOBLE, LL.B. 1854, LL.D. 1880. 

Curate of Acton, Cheshire, 1854-56: Curate of South Hackney, London, 
1857-59; Curate of Curron Chapel, Mayfair, London, 1859-61; Vicar of St. 
Mary's, Leicester, 1861-73; Rector of Glenfield, cum Braunstone and Kirby 
Maxloe, Leicester, 1873; Rural Dean, Guthlaxton I., 1873; Honorary Canon, 
Peterborough Cathedral, 1893. 



ROLL OF GRADUATES 43 

BENNIE, ROBERT, M-A. 1884. 

(i) Baptist Minister at Greenock, retired owing to ill health; (2) Cabinet- 
maker at Windsor, Ontario, Canada. 

BENSON, JOSEPH, M.A. 1825. 

"Filius natu Secundus Michaelis Artificis apud Novum Super Tynam" 
[Matric. Alb. 1822]. 

BERESFORD, ROBERT DE LA POER, M.D. 1871. 

Dublin; Oswestry, Salop. 

BERRY, HENRY LEA, B.A. 1824, M.A. 1825. 

Minister, Hampstead. 

BERRY, THOMAS, M.B., CM. 1890. 

Yaxley ; Charlton, Kent. 

BERTETE, PAUL COGNET, M.D. 1863. 

Native of Trinidad; probably settled there. 

BERTRAM, THOMAS DUN, M.B., C.M. 1889. 

Ship Surgeon ; Rutherglen ; Coonamble, N.S. Wales. 

BETHAM, RICHARD, LL.D. 1774. 

"Filius natu maximus Joannis Betham de Grose in Parochia de Wensley 
in Com. Eboracensi" [Matric. Alb. 1746]. "Mr. Richard Betham" was a 
Member of the Literary Society of Glasgow in 1752. The University Matri- 
culation Album also contains the following entry, under date 1781 : "Campbell 
Betham Filius Unicus Ricardi Armigeri de Hague in insula Monensi, natus in 
Glasgua." 

BETTY, JOHN, M.D. 1844. 

Dublin; died i8th July, 1863. 

BEVERIDGE, ALEXANDER WATT, M.D. 1856. 

Surgeon-Major Army; Edinburgh. 

BEVERIDGE, HUGH ROBERTSON, M.A. 1888. 

" Has ventured upon . . . London journalism " \Glas. Univ. Magazine, 
3oth October, 1895]. 

BEVERIDGE, JOHN, M.A. 1879, B.D. 1882. 

Minister of (i) U.P. Church at Stow, (2) English Presbyterian Church 
at Wolverhampton. 

BEVERIDGE, JOHN, M.B., C.M. 1884. 

Glasgow; Crookedholm, Ayrshire. 

BEVERIDGE, ROBERT EBENEZER, M.B., CM. 1883. 

Dunfermline ; Bothwell ; Dunfermline ; Sunderland. 

BICKERSTAFF, ROGER, M.A. 1803. 

" Filius natu maximus Rogeri Armigeri de Sheerwood House in parochia 
de Giggleswick in comitatu Eborasceni" [Matric Alb. 1798]. 



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BICKET, ROBERT, M.A. 1868. 

Native of Fenwick; Licentiate of U.P. Church; died 3oth August, 1871, 
aged 26. 

BIERNACKI, JOHN THOMSON, M.B., CM. 1889. 

Glasgow ; Heaton-Chapel, Cheshire ; Bootle, Lanes. ; London. 

BIGGAR, JOHN WILSON, M.A. 1876. 

Teacher, Redding School, Polmont Station, since 1876. 

BIGGAR, MATTHEW, M.A. 1745. 

Minister of Kirkoswald; died 2nd January, 1806, aged 82. 

BIGGART, SAMUEL, M.B., C.M. 1870, M.D. 1872. 

Rochdale ; West Hartlepool. 

BIGGER, DAVID, M.B. 1868, M.D., C.M. 1870. 

Portadown, Co. Armagh; died June, 1877. 

BIGGS, FREDERICK, M.D. 1840. 

Borrisokane, Co. Tipperary; died 27th July, 1858. 

BIGGS, SOLOMON RICHARDS, M.D. 1839. 

Fethard, Co. Wexford; Kelsall, Cheshire; Seacombe; died 1883. 

BIGSBY, ROBERT, LL.D. 1849. 

Antiquary; F.R.S. ; resided successively at Repton and Ashby-de-la-Zouche ; 
born at Nottingham, 1806; died at 4 Beaufort Terrace, Peckham Rye, 
27th September, 1873. 

BILL, GEORGE THOMAS, M.A. 1881. 

Sometime English Teacher in Auchincraig Boarding School, Kirn ; thereafter 
Schoolmaster in the Highlands; believed to be now in London. 

BINGHAM, JOHN, M.D. 1795. 

"Practised Medicine in India" [Univ. Minute, 2Qth May, 1795]. 

BINNIE, DAVID DREGHORN, M.A. 1885, LL.B. 1888. 

Writer, Glasgow. 

BINNIE, GEORGE, M.D., C.M. 1833. 

"Scotus" [Grad. Alb.]. 

BINNIE, JAMES MONTGOMERY, M.A. 1890. 

Licentiate of the Church of Scotland. 

BINNIE, ROBERT MUIR GILCHRIST, M.B., C.M. 1883, M.D. 1887. 

Brandon, Durham ; Dunmow, Essex ; Woking, Surrey. 

BINNIE, THOMAS, M.A. 1888. 

Surveyor, Glasgow. 

BINNIE, WILLIAM, M.A. 1844, D.D. 1866. 

Reformed Presbyterian Minister at Stirling; thereafter Professor (i) of 
Divinity to the R.P. Church, (2) of Church History, etc., F.C. College, 
Aberdeen; died at Glasgow, 22nd September, 1886, aged 63. 



ROLL OF GRADUATES 45 

BINNIE, WILLIAM, M.A. 1885. 

Free Church Minister at Mauchline since 1887. 
BINNING, DOUGLAS BLYTH, M.A. 1890. 

Barrister-at-Law, Bombay; LL.B. Cambridge. 

BIRCH, JAMES JACKSON, M.A. 1758. 

Possibly the same person as James Birch, Irish Presbyterian Minister at 
Dromora, 1764 to 1820, who died loth November, 1820. 

BIRCH, THOMAS LEDLIE, M.A. 1772. 

Presbyterian Minister at Saintfield, Co. Down, 1776-98; concerned in Irish 
Rebellion of 1798, but permitted to emigrate to America; died at his residence 
near Washington, Pennsylvania, i2th April, 1828, aged 74. 

BIRCH, WALTER DE GRAY, LL.D. 1896. 

Assistant in the Manuscripts Department of the British Museum, London ; 
F.S.A. 

BIRCHALL, THOMAS BARROW, M.B., C.M. 1879. 

Preston, Lanes. ; Croydon, Surrey ; Preston, Lanes. ; Croydon ; Melbourne ; 
Sydney. 

BIRKETT, GEORGE NOEL MATTHEW, M.A. 1893. 

Student in Chemistry at Bowness-on-Windermere. 

BIRKMYRE, JOHN, M.A. 1816, D.D. 1840. 

Minister of (i) Presbyterian Church, Fredericton, New Brunswick, (2) Dean 
Parish, Edinburgh; died 6th June, 1864, aged 68. 

BISHOP, JAMES CRAIK, M.A. 1877, LL.B. 1879. 

Writer, Glasgow. 

BISHOP, ROBERT, M.B., C.M. 1892. 

Glasgow ; Ship Surgeon ; Manchester. 

BISPHAM, GEDNEY CLARK, M.D. 1796. 

Barbadoes; born 6th November, 1770; died loth October, 1816. 

BISSET, DAVID, M.A. 1887. 

Teacher in Partick Public Schools, viz., (t) Anderson Street, 1884-87, (2) 
Church Street, 1887-93. 

BLACK, ARCHIBALD GRANT, M.B., C.M. 1878. 

Melbourne, Victoria, Australia; Carlton there. 

BLACK, ARCHIBALD M., B.A. 1838. 

"Scotus" [Grad. Alb.]. 

BLACK, CHARLES, M.D. 1836. 

"Scotus" [Grad. Alb.]. 

BLACK, CHRISTOPHER STRONG, M.D. 1840. 

Belfast ; Holy wood, Co. Down ; Belfast. 

BLACK, DONALD, M.B. 1867. 

Bunessan, Argyleshire ; Drimore, South Uist. 



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BLACK, DONALD CAMPBELL, M.D. 1862. 

Oban; Glasgow; London; Glasgow (sometime Lecturer on Diseases of 
Children in St. Mango's College and Professor of Physiology in Anderson's 
CoOegcJi 

BLACK, EBEMEZER STOTT, MJL 1851. 

Writer, Wigtown; died i6th August, 1887. 

BLACK, GEORGE, M.B., CM, 1878. 

Airdrie; Lning, Argyleshire. 
BLACK, HUGH, M.A. 1887. 

Minister of (i) Sherwood Free Church, Paisley, (2) Free St George's Church, 

BLACK, JAMES, M.D. 1820. 

Surgeon 1LN.; Newton-Stewart; Bolton; Manchester; (Lecturer on Forensic 
Medicine at Royal School of Medicine there); Bolton; Edinburgh; died there, 
joth April, 1867, aged 79. 

BLACK, JAMES, CM, 1824. 

"Scotos" [dad. Alb,], 

BLACK, JAMES, MJV. 1855, 

(i) Church of Scotland Missionary at Point St Charles, Montreal; (2) 
Minister of Chatham, Canada East ; (3, 4, 5) Unitarian Minister in England at 
Stockport, Todmorden, and Knutsford successively, and for 15 years Professor 
of the Unitarian Home Missionary College, Manchester; (6) Missionary and 
private Teacher at Topefca, Kansas, U.S.A. 

BLACK, JAMES BIRCH, M.A. 1814. 

Irish Presbyterian Minister at Dromora 1816-23, when " suspended >z* </*f 
for drunkenness " [Hist, of Irish Presb, CongL, p, 121} 

BLACK, JAMES GRANT, M.B., CM, 1874. 

Carbon, Victoria, Australia; Warrecknabeal there. 

BLACK, JAMES MORETON, M.A, 1881. 

Advocate, Edinburgh; a well-known pantomime librettist and playwright; 
son of George Black, Writer, Glasgow; bom yth February, 1861 ; died at Elgin, 
of typhoid fever, 5th August, 1892 ; LL.B, Edinburgh, 1885, 

BLACK, JOHM, LL.D. 1812. 

Minister of Coylton, 1810-25 J died a* Paris, 26th August, 1825, aged 48, 

BLACK, JOHM, LL.D. 1881, 

(i) Schoolmaster at Banchory-Devenkk ; (2) H.M. Inspector of Schools; 
(3) Professor of Humanity in the University of Aberdeen, 1868-81 ; died ijth 
November, 1881, aged 47; M.A, Aberdeen, 1855, 

BLACK, JOHM EASTOM, M.A, 1890, B.D. 1892, 

Minuter of Beach Mission Church, Dundee. 

BLACK, MALCOLM, M.B., CM, 1874, M.D. 1887. 

Glasgow (Ship Surgeon); Airdrie; Glasgow, 



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BLACK, ROBERT, M.A. 1772. 

Presbyterian Minister at (i) Dromore, (2) Londonderry; "On the 4th of 

December 1817, in a fit of insanity, he threw himself from the bridge of Deny, 

and was drowned. He died in the sixty-sixth year of his age" [History of the 

Presbyterian Church in Ireland]. 

BLACK, ROBERT, C.M. 1825. 

Dundonald. 

BLACK, ROBERT, B.A. 1847, M.A. 1848. 

Free Church Minister at Kilsyth; died i;th November, 1888. 

BLACK, ROBERT, B.A. 1857, M.A. 1858. 

(i) U.P. Minister at Hamilton, (2) at Liverpool; (3) Cambridge District 
Secretary for B. and F. Bible Society; (4) Curate of St. Andrew's the Less, 
Cambridge ; (5) Vicar of Ramsey, Huntingdonshire. 

BLACK, THOMAS, C.M. 1826. 

"Hibernus" [Grad. Alb.]. 

BLACK, THOMAS, M.B., C.M. 1896. 

Liverpool. 

BLACK, WILLIAM, M.D. 1782. 

"Natus in Hybtfrnia Filius natu Secundus Thomae Artificis in Parochia 
de Dmrnaul in comitatu de Antrim" [Matric. Alb. 1779]. 

BLACK, WILLIAM, M.A. 1800. 

"Teacher of an Academy in America" [Univ. Minute, 4th November, 1800]. 

BLACK, WILLIAM, CM. 1830. 

Ballymena, Co. Antrim. 

BLACK, WILLIAM, D.D. 1834. 

Minister of (i) Shettleston Chapel, 1826-28, (2) Barony Parish, Glasgow, 
1828-51 ; died at Florence, i5th January, 1851, aged 50. His widow, Mrs. Janet 
Young or Black, bequeathed funds to Glasgow University for founding the Black 
Theological Fellowship, the Black Theological Bursaries, the Black Bursaries 
in Arts, and the Young Assistantship in Engineering, and for augmenting the 
Endowment of the Chair of Biblical Criticism. 

BLACK, WILLIAM, M.B., C.M. 1876. 

Medical Missionary to Livingstonia, Africa; died 7th May, 1877. 

BLACK, WILLIAM HENRY, M.A. 1883. 

Native of Greenock ; intended for Medical Profession ; died at San Remo, 
3rd April, 1886, aged 22. 

BLACK, WILLIAM PATRICK MACBEAN, B.L. 1885. 

Writer, Glasgow. 

BLACKADDER, ROBERT, M.A. 1789. 

" Films natu max. Alexandri Agricolae in parochia de Kincardine et Comit. 
de Stirling" [Matric. Alb. 1784]. 



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BLACKBURN, HUGH, LL.D. 1885. 

Professor of Mathematics in Glasgow University, 1849 to 1879, when retired. 

BLACKBURN, JOHN, M.A. 1832. 

" Filius natu 2 ndus Thomae Chirurgae in com. de Lancaster " [Matric. Alb. 
1826]. 

BLACKBURN, THOMAS LOW, M.B., CM. 1888. 

Hamilton ; Bothwell. 

BLACKER, ST. JOHN, M.A. 1763. 

BLACKIE, WALTER GRAHAM, LL.D. 1886. 

Publisher; Clerk of General Council of Glasgow University, 1860-71; 
Lord Dean of Guild, Glasgow, 1885-87 : Principal of St. Mungo's College, 
Glasgow, since its foundation in 1889; Ph.D. Jena, 1840. 

BLACKIE, WALTER WILFRID, B.Sc. 1879. 

Publisher, Glasgow; son of Walter Graham Blackie, LL.D. (q.v.). 

BLACKLOCK, ALEXANDER DUNCAN, M.A., LL.B. 1889. 

Law Clerk in (i) Glasgow, (2) Edinburgh; died at the Occidental Hotel, 
San Francisco, California, ist September, 1892. 

BLACKLOCK, DUNCAN COLQUHOUN STEWART, M.A. 1887, B.L. 1891. 

Law Clerk (i) Glasgow, (2) Edinburgh. 

BLACKLOCK, ISABELLA, M.A. 1895. 

Teacher in Roslyn Terrace School, Glasgow; the first woman graduate in 
Arts of the University. 

BLACKWELL, HENRY MONRO, M.D. 1802. 

"Hibernus" [Grad. Alb.]. 

BLACKWOOD, JOHN, M.A. 1741. 

" F. Roberti Blackwood de Ballyleedy in Com. Dunens Armigeri " [Matric. 
Alb. 1739]. 

BLACKWOOD, JOHN ROSS, M.A. 1890. 

Indian Civil Service. 

BLACKWOOD, SAMUEL, C.M. 1836. 

"Hibernus" [Grad. Alb.]. 

BLACKWOOD, THOMAS, M.A. 1778. 

"Natus in Hybernia, Filius natu quartus Johannis Agricolae in Parochia 
de Auchanuncion & Comitatu de Donegal" [Matric. Alb. 1775]. 

BLACKWOOD, THOMAS, M.A. 1884. 

Free Church Minister at Stow. 

BLAIN, THOMAS, LL.D. 1856. 

Head Master of the English Department of Royal Belfast Academical 
Institution, 1845-61; died i6th November, 1879, aged 87. 



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BLAINE, BENJAMIN, M.B., C.M. 1883. 

Glasgow ; King William's Town, S. Africa ; Kimberley there ; King William's 
Town. 

BLAIR, ADAM ? M.A. 1737. 

Presbyterian Minister at Horse Leap, near Birr, King's County; died 
at Lisb urn, 1790. 

BLAIR, ALEXANDER, M.A. 1825. 

"Fil. nat. 2 dus Gulielmi Mercatoris Glasg." [Matric. Alb. 1819]. 

BLAIR, ALEXANDER, LL.D. 1827. 

"of London" [Univ. Minute, 25th October, 1827]. "An alumnus of this 

University, and who about 27 years ago completed here the usual curriculum 

in Languages and Philosophy with the highest credit to himself" [Univ. Minute, 

24th October, 1827]. 

BLAIR, ALEXANDER, M.B., C.M. 1888. 

Langley Moor, Durham ; Ashington, Northumberland. 
BLAIR, ALEXANDER, M.B., C.M. 1895. 

Caistor, Lines.; Tarbert, Harris; Helmsley, Yorks. 

BLAIR, ARCHIBALD WARDEN, M.A. 1885, LL.B. 1888. 

Barrister- at-Law, London. 
BLAIR, BRICE, M.D. 1837. 

Moneymore, Co. Derry; died i8th March, 1873. 
BLAIR, CHARLES, M.A, 1730. 

BLAIR, CHARLES PATRICK, M.A. 1882. 

Minister of Wanlockhead. 
BLAIR, DANIEL, CM. 1833. 

"Hiberaus" [Grad. Alb.]. 
BLAIR, DAVID, M.D. 1861. 

Islay; Glencoe; Fort-William; Dumbarton; Beith; Dunedin, New Zealand; 
Invercargill there. 

BLAIR, DAVID, M.A. 1890, M.B., C.M. 1894. 

Ship Surgeon ; Paisley ; Lancaster. 
BLAIR, DUGALD, M.D. 1839. 

"Antigua" [Grad. Alb.]. 

BLAIR, DUNCAN, M.A. 1800. 

Possibly the same person as Duncan Blair, M.F.P. & S.G. 1808, sometime 
Medical Practitioner in Glasgow, who about 1840 retired to Balfron, and died 
there, 1852. 

BLAIR, GEORGE, M.A. 1850. 

Minister of Monzie, 1843-44; resident at 76 Abbotsford Place, Glasgow, 

and engaged in literary pursuits, 1857-61 ; held at one period an important 

educational appointment in Canada; author of "The Holocaust," 1845, "Lays 

of Palestine," 1851, " Sketches of Glasgow Necropolis," 1857 ; born at Perth, 1818. 



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BLAIR, GEORGE, B.Sc. 1895. 

Mechanical Engineer, Glasgow. 

BLAIR, HUGH, M.A. 1848. 

Presbyterian Minister, Killygorden, Co. Donegal; died z6th November, 1889. 

BLAIR, JAMES, M.A. 1888. 

Music Teacher and Church Organist, Saltcoats. 

BLAIR, JAMES OGDEN, M.B., C.M. 1866, M.D. 1868. 

Surgeon "Anchor" Line; Windsor. 

BLAIR, JOHN. M.A., M.D. 1775. 

"Filius natu maximus Reverendi Viri Adami Blair" (q.v.) "A.M. et V.D.M. 
in Comitatu Regio, in Hibernia" [Matric. Alb. 1771]. 

BLAIR, JOHN, M.A. 1837. 

" Filius natu secundus Joannis Agricolae in parochia de Donoughmore et 
comitatu de Donegal" [Matric. Alb. 1834]. 

BLAIR, JOHN, B.A. 1839. 

Minister of Straiton. 

BLAIR, JOHN FULTON, M.A. 1881, B.D. 1886. 

Licentiate of the Free Church. 

BLAIR, MATTHEW CAMERON, M.B., C.M. 1888, M.D. 1895. 

Ship Surgeon ; Paisley ; Leavesden, Herts. 

BLAIR, ROBERT, M.A. 1863, D.D. 1891. 

Minister of (i) Tarbert, (2) St. Columba's, Glasgow, (3) Cambuslang, (4) 
St. John's, Edinburgh. 

BLAIR, ROBERT, M.D. 1864, C.M. 1867. 

Glasgow (Gartnavel Asylum); Lenzie (Physician Superintendent Woodilee 
Asylum). 

BLAIR, SARAH LOGAN, M.A. 1895. 

Teacher in Kilwinning Public School. 

BLAIR, WILLIAM, M.A. 1825. 

"Scotus" [Grad. Alb.]. 

BLAIR, WILLIAM, C.M. 1835. 

"Hibernus" [Grad. Alb.]. 

BLAIR, WILLIAM, M.D. 1863. 

Glasgow ; Denholme, Roxburghshire ; Jedburgh. 

BLAKE, ANDREW, M.D. 1824. 

"Hibernus" [Grad. Alb.]. 

BLAKE, BUCHANAN, M.A. 1873, B.D. 1876. 

Missionary Professor in the Wilson College, Bombay, 1876-84 ; Fellow 
of the Bombay University, 1880 ; Free Church Minister at Clydebank 
since 1885. 



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BLAKE. ROBERT, M.D. 1813. 

"Anglus" [Grad. Alb.]. 

BLAKELY, WILLIAM THOMSON, M.B., CM. 1884. 

Sowerby, Yorks. ; Kirkintilloch ; Grangetown, Yorks. ; Kirkintilloch. 

BLAND, MATTHEW HENRY, M.B., CM. 1888, M.D. 1891. 

Kirkleatham, Yorks. ; Pickering there ; Guisborough there. 

BLAND, NATHANIEL, M.D. 1836. 

"Hibernus" [Grad. Alb.]. 

BLANE, SIR GILBERT, BART., M.A., M.D. 1778. 

Physician to the Fleet in the West Indies, and North America, during the 
American War ; one of the Commissioners of sick and wounded seamen ; Physician 
to Kings George IV. and William IV.; one of Physicians to St. Thomas's Hospital, 
London ; Founder of Blane Medal for best Journals by Navy Medical Officers ; 
born at Blanefield, Ayrshire, 2gih August, 1749; died at London, 26th June, 
1834. 

BLANE, JOHN, CM. 1826. 

"Scotus" [Grad. Alb.]. 

BLANEY, ROLAND, M.B., CM. 1881. 

Hastings; St Leonards-on-Sea ; M.A. Edin. 1874. 

BLEAKLEY, ELIJAH, M.D. 1839. 

Norwich; died 22nd November, 1857, aged 39. 

BLECKLEY, JOHN, M.A. 1817. 

Presbyterian Minister at Monaghan, 1821-73, and Teacher of an Academy 
there; died ist December, 1873. 

BLELOCH, ARCHIBALD, B.A. 1856, M.A. 1857. 

Medical Practitioner, Edinburgh; M.B., CM. Edin. 1870; B.Sc. Edin. 
1868; D.Sc. Edin. 1869. 

BLOUNT, WILLIAM, M-D . l? & 7 . 

"Anglus" [Grad. Alb.]; M.A. Paris [Univ. Minutes, 24th May and 2oth 
June, 1787]. 

BLUNDELL, THOMAS LEIGH, M.D. 1827. 

London (sometime Lecturer on Midwifery at Aldersgate Medical School) ; 
St. Leonards-on-Sea; died 22nd February, 1872, aged 84. 

BLYTH, DAVID, M.B., CM. 1880. 

Balfron; Fiji; Glasgow; Melbourne; Johnstone Bridge, Dumfriesshire; 
London; Suava, Fiji; died there, i8th November, 1894, aged 39. 
BLYTH, JOHN, RL . 

Solicitor, Edinburgh. 

BLYTH, JOHN GEORGE, M . A . lS?7> LLB . r88l . 

Barrister, Auckland, New Zealand. 



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BLYTHE, JAMES, B.A. 1826, M.A. 1827. 

Presbyterian Minister at Branton, near Alnwick ; born in South Sunderland, 
1809; died 27th February, 1894; son of Newton Blythe, M.A. (q.v.). Archibald 
M'Kerrell, Student of Medicine, was admonished by order of the Faculty, i7th 
April, 1827, " for giving a challenge to Mr James Blythe, a Student in the Natural 
Philosophy Class, to fight a duel, and, upon the very proper non-acceptance of this 
challenge by Mr Blythe, posting him up in the College as a coward." 

BLYTHE, JOHN, M.A. 1787, D.D. 1822. 

Presbyterian Minister at Woolwich; ordained 1797; died 1839; brother of 
Newton Blythe, M.A. (q.v.). 

BLYTHE, JOHN DAVID, M.A. 1825. 

Sometime Surgeon R.N. ; thereafter Medical Practitioner in Hexham ; son of 
John Blythe, D.D. (q.v.). 

BLYTHE, NEWTON, M.A. 1792. 

Presbyterian Minister at (i) Maling's Rigg, South Sunderland, (2) Branton, 
near Alnwick; died 1853; brother of John Blythe, D.D. (q.v.) 

BLYTHSWOOD, BARON, LL.D. 1888. 

Archibald Campbell Campbell ; of Blythswood ; sometime Lieut. -Col. in the 
Scots Fusileer Guards; served in Crimean campaign, 1855 (wounded, medal with 
clasps, Turkish medal); M.P. for (i) Renfrewshire, 1873-74, (2) West Renfrew- 
shire, 1885-92; created Baronet, 1880, and Baron, 1892; Member of Glasgow 
University Court (as Rector's Assessor), 1890-93 ; born 22nd February, 1835. 

BOA, JOHN FINLAY, M.B., C.M. 1888. 

Dippen, Arran ; Ship Surgeon ; Bishop's Castle, Shropshire. 

BOAG, JAMES, M.B., C.M. 1890. 

Glasgow; Cobbinshaw, Lanarkshire. 

BOAG, JOHN SINCLAIR, M.A. 1885, B.Sc. 1890. 

Master in Model School and Lecturer in Normal College, Cape Town, 1880- 

83; First Assistant in Inverbrothock Public School, Arbroath, 1885-93 J Master of 

Secondary Department of Jean Street Public School, Port-Glasgow, since 1893. 

BOAK, ROBERT, M.A. 1848. 

" Filius natu secundus Wron agricolae in Comitatu de Tyrone " [Matric. 
Alb. 1844]. 

BOEDEKER, HENRY ALBERT, M.B., C.M. 1895. 

Verden a. Aller, Germany. 

BOGLE, KINGSMILL, M.A. 1744. 

" Filius Josephi Bogle in parochia de Donaghmore in Com. de Donnegal " 
[Matric. Alb. 1742]. 

BOGUE, DAVID, M.A. 1817. 

"Filius natu Tertius Viri Reverendi Davidis Pastoris de Alverstoke in 
comitatu de Hants." [Matric. Alb. 1814]. 



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BOGUE, JOHN, M.A. 1869. 

Minister of St. Andrew's English Presbyterian Church, Stockton-on-Tees. 

HOLLAND, EDWARD HOWARD, M.D. 1849. 

Dublin ; Kill-of-the-Grange, Co. Dublin ; Monkstown, same Co. ; Donny- 
brook, same Co. ; Monkstown ; Dublin. 

BOLTON, ROBERT, B.A. 1848. 

" Filius natu sextus Gulielmi Agricolae in Parochia Tamlaghobrilly, Com. 
de Derry, Hib." [Matric. Alb. 1846]. 

BOLTON, THOMAS, M.D. 1800. 

"Anglus" [Grad. Alb.]. 

BONAR, JAMES, M.A. 1874, LL.D. 1887. 

Lecturer for the "London Society for the Extension of University Teaching," 

in Tower Hamlets, London, E., 1877-80; Junior Permanent Examiner, H.M. 

Civil Service Commission, Westminster, 1881-95; Senior Permanent Examiner 

since 1895; Snell Exhibitioner, 1873; B.A. Oxon. 1877; M.A. 1881. 

BONAR, THOMAS MITCHELL, M.B., CM. 1888. 

Probus, Cornwall. 

BONAR, THOMAS YOUNG, M.A, 1880. 

Intended for the Ministry; died loth March, 1883, aged 26. 

BOND, JOHN, M.B., CM. 1880. 

Blythswood, South Africa (F.C. Medical Missionary), 1 880-81 ; Liverpool. 

BOND, WILLIAM JAMES, M.B. 1875. 

Brill, Bucks. 

BONE, HUGH, M.D. 1815. 

Sometime Surgeon to the Forces ; Inspector-General of Army Hospitals ; 
died at Edinburgh, i3th February, 1858, aged 81. 

BONELL, JAMES, M.D. 1838. 

"Indus Occidentalis" [Grad. Alb.]. 

BONNAR, JOHN, M.A. 1880. 

Vinegrower, California, U.S.A. 

BOOG, ROBERT, D.D. 1812. 

Minister of the Abbey Parish of Paisley; died 23rd July, 1823, aged 78. 

BOOTH, JOHN, M.B., CM. 1870, M.D. 1872. 

Oswaldtwistle, Lanes.; died 3rd October, 1880, aged 34. 
BOOTHROYD. BENJAMIN, D.D. 1824. 

Congregational Minister at (i) Pontefract, (2) Huddersfield ; born loth 
October, 1768; died 8th September, 1836. 

BOOTY, WILLIAM HENRY, M.D. 1820. 

"Anglus" [Grad. Alb.]. 

BORAH, SHIBRAM, M.B., CM. 1875. 

Surgeon-Lieut.-Col. Indian Medical Service, Bengal. 



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BORLAND, DAVID, M.A. 1863. 

(i) U.P. Minister at Cairneyhill; (2) Probationer of the Church of Scotland. 

BORLAND, HENRY M'DONALD, M.B., C.M. 1890. 

Glasgow. 

BORLAND, HUGH HOWIE, M.B., C.M. 1896. 

Glasgow. 

BORLAND, JOHN, M.D. 1831. 

Kilmarnock; died at Kyle Akin, Uddingston, 2Qth July, 1896, aged 86. 

BORLAND, JOHN, M.B., C.M. 1877. 

Glasgow; London. 

BORMAN, DANIEL, M.A. 1735. 

"Ang. Dan. F. in Maidstone in Com. Kent" [Matric. Alb. 1732]. 

BORTHWICK, CHARLES JAMES, M.B., C.M. 1869, M.D. 1871. 

Black Torrington, N. Devon; died i6th February, 1872. 

BORTHWICK, JAMES, M.A. 1892. 

Teacher in John Street Public School, Bridgeton, Glasgow. 

BOSANQUET, BERNARD, LL.D. 1892. 

Barrister-at-Law ; Q.C.; Author of "Logic," and other Metaphysical works; 
M.A. Oxon. 

BOSSEY, FRANCIS, M.D. 1832. 

Woolwich ; Worthing, Sussex ; Redhill, Surrey. 

BOTSFORD, LE BARON, M.D. 1835. 

" New Brunswick, America " [Grad. Alb.]. 

BOULTER, BENJAMIN, C.M. 1828. 

Hull; died 1868. 

BOURKE, JAMES, M.D. 1863. 

Greenock; died 1867. 

BOURNE, WALTER, M.D. 1851. 

Honorary Physician, Pauper Hospital, Calcutta, and Medical Officer on Staff 
of Lieutenant Governor of Bengal ; Manningham, Yorks. ; Arcachon, France ; 
Clifton, Bristol ; Parame, France. 

BOW, JAMES EBENEZER, M.B., C.M. 1892. 

Larbert. 

BOWDEN, GEORGE, M.D. 1848. 

Monaghan. 

BOWEN, WILLIAM, M.A. 1821. 

Unitarian Minister at Coventry, Cradley, and Kingswood, 1823-57. 

BOWIE, FRANCIS PROCTOR, B.A. 1860, M.A. 1861. 

Son of Matthew Bowie, M.A., D.D. (q.v.) ; studied for Ministry of Church of 

Scotland, but, on eve of license, died at Kinghorn Manse, 1865 ; B.D. Edin. 1865. 



f ROLL OF GRADUATES 55 

BOWIE, JOHN CUNNINGHAM, M.B., CM. 1889. 

Kilbarchan; Cardiff. 

BOWIE, JOHN TAIT, M.B., CM. 1896. 

Mossbank, Shetland. 

BOWIE, MATTHEW, M.A. 1818, D.D. 1858. 

(i) Chaplain in India; (2) Minister of Kinghorn; died November, 1869. 

BOWIE. ROBERT, M.A. 1896. 

Student of Theology in U.P. College, Edinburgh. 

BOWIE, THOMAS, M.B., CM. 1877. 

Coatbridge; Pont-y-Pridd, Glam. ; Otepopo, Otago, N.Z. 

BOWLES, HENRY M., B.A. 1826. 

Intended for Dissenting Ministry in "South Britain"; died early. 

BOWMAN, EDDOWES, B.A. 1843, M.A. 1844. 

Professor of Classics in Manchester New College, 1846-53 ; born at 
Nanrwich, i2th November, 1810; died at Manchester, xoth July, 1869. 

BOWMAN, QUINTIN, M.A. 1795. 

"Scotus" [Grad. Alb.]. 

BOWMONT, THOMAS, M.D. 1857. 

Deputy Surgeon-General Madras Army; Dublin; Blackrock, Co. Dublin; 
Dublin. 

BOXWELL, FRANCIS, M.D. 1835. 

Boms, Co. Carlow; Butlerstown Castle, Co. Wexford; J.P. ; died isth 
April, 1887, aged 76. 

BOXWELL, HENRY HARVEY, M.D. 1835. 

Wexford; died ist September, 1889, aged 79. 

BOYD, ADAM, M.A. 1809. 

"Scotus" [Grad. Alb.]. 

BOYD, ANDREW KENNEDY HUTCHISON, B.A. 1846. 

Minister of (i) Newtown-upon-Ayr, (2) Kirkpatrick-Irongray, (3) St. 

Bernard's, Edinburgh, (4) St Andrews; son of James Boyd, D.D. 1845 

(q.v.); born 3rd November, 1825; D.D. Edinburgh, 1864; LL.D. St 

Andrews, 1889. 

BOYD, DAVID RUNCIMAN, B.Sc. 1892. 

(i) Demonstrator of Chemistry in Mason College, Birmingham; (2) Lecturer 
on Chemistry in the Hartley Institution, Southampton ; Degree Examiner 
on Chemistry in Glasgow University since 1895; Ph.D. 

BOYD, FRANCIS, M.A. 1891. 

Of the Civil Service, London. 

BOYD, HENRY, M.D. 1846. 

Glasgow; died i8th February, 1866, aged 54. 



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BOYD, HERBERT CAMERON, LL.B. 1892. 

Writer, Glasgow; M.A. Aberdeen, 1888. 

BOYD, JAMES, M.A. 1770. 

"Filius natu sextus Gulielmi de Bally Castle Armigeri in Ramoan in 
Comitatu de Antrim Hibernia" [Matric. Alb. 1769]. 

BOYD, JAMES, M.A. 1796. 

"Scotus" [Grad. Alb.]. 

BOYD, JAMES, M.A. 1817, LL.D. 1827. 

(i) Private Tutor in Edinburgh; (2) House Governor of Heriot's Hospital 
there, 1825-29; (3) Classical Master in High School there, 1829-56; born at 
Paisley, 24th December, 1795; died at Edinburgh, i8th August, 1856. 

BOYD, JAMES, M.A. 1826, D.D. 1855. 

U.P. Minister at (i) Dumbarton, (2) Campbeltown; born 1806; died 1878. 

BOYD, JAMES, M.A. 1829. 

Minister of (i) City Road U.P. Church, Brechin, (2) Free Church, 
Polmont; died i4th April, 1885. 

BOYD, JAMES, D.D. 1845. 

Sometime Chaplain to Caledonian Asylum, London ; afterwards Minister of 
(i) Auchinleck (officiated at funeral, on loth April, 1822, of Sir Alexander 
Boswell, Bart., of Auchinleck, M.P., who was killed in "a duel with James 
Stuart of Dunearn, W.S.), (2) Ochiltree, (3) St. Mary's or Tron Church, 
Glasgow; died 27th March, 1865, aged 79. 

BOYD, JAMES, B.A. 1861, M.A. 1862. 

(i) Rector of Verulam and Mount Moreland, Natal, South Africa; (2) 

Assistant Classical Master, Glasgow Academy; (3) Head Master of Alnwick 

Grammar School; (4) Principal of Broughton High School, Manchester; (5) 

Curate of Serayingham, York; (6) Curate-in-Charge of Gilling, York. 

BOYD, JAMES, M.B., CM. 1895. 

Scarborough. 

BOYD, JAMES CAMPBELL, M.A. 1885. 

U.P. Minister at Kennoway. 

BOYD, JAMES DUNLOP, M.B., CM. 1880, M.D. 1884. 

Ship Surgeon; Sandhurst, Victoria, Australia; Bendigo there. 

BOYD. JAMES PATON, M.B., CM. 1888. 

London ; Glasgow. 

BOYD, JAMES WOOD, M.B., CM. 1890. 

Govan ; Macclesfield ; Liverpool. 

BOYD, JOHN, M.A. 1866. 

U.P. Minister at Wemyss Bay. 

BOYD, JOHN ADAM, M.B., CM. 1891. 

Glasgow. 



57 

BOYD, JOHN JAMES, M.B., C.M. 1892. 

Glasgow. 
BOYD, JOHN M'DERMID, M.D. 1856. 

Native of Paisley; died at Nice, 3tst December, 1856. 
BOYD, JOHN SLOAN, MA. 1892. 

F.C. Minister at Aberlour. 
BOYD, ROBERT, M.A. 1814. 

" Filius natu 3 tius Roberti, agricolae in Craigs, in Parochia de Ahoghill, 
comitatu de Antrim, in Hibemia" [Matric. Alb. 1813]. 

BOYD, ROBERT, B.L. 1877. 

Solicitor, Irvine. 

BOYD, ROBERT, M.B., C.M. 1893. 

Liverpool ; Huddersfield. 

BOYD, ROBERT LOHOAR, M.A. 1890. 

Licentiate of the Church of Scotland. 

BOYD, ROBERT MASSON, M.A. 1870. 

F.C. Minister at Glenbervie. 

BOYD, ROBERT SPEIR, M.D. 1828. 

"Scotus" [Grad. Alb.]. 

BOYD, WALTER LITTLE GILMOUR, B.A. 1853. 

Minister of Skelmorlie, 1856-72; bora 26th June, 1832; died 4th 
January, 1872; son of James Boyd, D.D. 1845 (q.v.). 

BOYD, WILLIAM, M.A. 1747. 

Minister of Carsphairn; "died 5th Feb. 1772, in i6th min., during which 
period the Lord's Supper was not dispensed" [Scott's Fasti\ 

BOYD, WILLIAM, M.A. 1768. 

"Filius natu maximus Adami Fabri Lignarii in Lochwinnock" [Matric. 
Alb. 1764]. 

BOYD, WILLIAM, M.A. 1804. 

"Filius natu maximus Reverendi Viri Gulielmi V.D.M. in parochia de 
Fenwick" [Matric. Alb. 1799]. 

BOYD, WILLIAM, M.A. 1896. 

Student of Theology in F.C. College, Glasgow. 

BOYD, WILLIAM MACCALL, M.B., C.M. 1890. 

Largs. 
BOYLE, GEORGE FREDERICK. See GLASGOW, EARL OF. 

BOYLE, JOHN, M.A. 1817. 

" Filius natu tertius Viri Reverendi Adami in parochia de Tamleghtocuiley 
in comitatu de Londonderry" [Matric. Alb. 1809]. 

BOYLE, JOHN, M.A. 1889, B.D. 1892. 

Minister of Kirkden, Forfarshire. 



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BOYLE, MICHAEL ALOYSIUS, M.B., CM. 1888. 

Binghamstown, Co. Mayo ; Curry, Co. Sligo ; Pullatomas, Co. Mayo ; 
Curry, Co. Sligo. 

BOYLE, PATRICK, M.A. 1736. 

Of Shewalton ; son of second Earl of Glasgow, and father of David Boyle, 
Lord Justice-General of Scotland; died 26th February, 1798. 

BOYLE, ROBERT, M.A. 1801. 

"Fil. n. max. Roberti Artificis natus in par. de Campsie (Stirling)" 
[Matric. Alb. 1793]. 

BOYLE, WILLIAM ST. JOHN, M.D. 1836. 

"Hibernus" [Grad. Alb.]. 

BRACKEN, EDWARD, LL.D. 1791. 

"Clark Vicar of Snaith, in Yorkshire, and Head Master of the Grammar 
School in Snaith" [Univ. Minute, i4th March, 1791]. 

BRACKENRIDGE, CHARLES, C.M. 1843. 

"Anglu Indus" [Grad. Alb.]. 

BRADFORD, WILLIAM ARTHUR, M.B., C.M. 1870. 

London; Melbourne; Wellington, N.Z. ; London; Nelson, Australia. 

BRADFUTE, JAMES, M.A. 1781. 

"(Natus in comitatu de Lanark) Filius natu maximus Viri Reverendi 

Joannis" (q.v.) " Pastoris in Ecclesia de Dunsyre et comitatu de Lanark" 
[Matric. Alb. 1778]. 

BRADFUTE, JOHN, M.A. 1748. 

Minister of Dunsyre, 1751-93; died aist March, 1793, aged 68. 

BRADLEY, FRANCIS HERBERT, LL.D. 1883. 

Fellow of Merton College, Oxford; B.A. of Merton, 1870; M.A. 1877; 
brother of Andrew Cecil Bradley, M.A., Professor of English Literature in the 
University of Glasgow. 

BRADLEY, HUGH, C.M. 1825. 

"Hibernus" [Grad. Alb.]. 

BRADLEY, JOHN, M.D. 1835. 

"Hibernus" [Grad. Alb.]. 

BRADLEY, MICHAEL M'WILLIAMS, M.B., C.M. 1870, M.D. 1876- 

Jarrow-on-Tyne. 

BRADSHAW, BENJAMIN WELLINGTON, M.D. 1841. 

Bansha, Co. Tipperary; Cape of Good Hope. 

BRADY, JAMES, M.D. i 40. 

"Hibernus" [Grad. Alb.]. 

BRAIDWOOD, GAVIN, M.A. 1887, LL.B. 1890. 

Writer in Glasgow, and Lecturer on International Private Law in St. Mungo's 
College there. 



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BRAIDWOOD, JOHN, M - A - l8 4<>. 

F.C. Missionary at Madras; ordained 6th August, 1840; returned to 
Scotland, gth July, 1860; died at Edinburgh, 3oth April, 1875. 

BRAILSFORD, HENRY NOEL, M.A. 1894. 

(Logan Medallist) ; sometime Assistant to Professor of Logic in Glasgow 
University. 

BRANAGAN, PATRICK, M.D. 1836. 

"Hibernus" [Grad. Alb.]. 

BRAND, MARK, B - Sc - l88 7- 

Mining Engineer at Twechar, near Kilsyth. 

BRANDER, JAMES PATERSON, M.A. 1896. 

Student of Christ Church, Oxford. 

BRANKS, WILLIAM, M.A. 1835- 

Minister of Torphichen ; died i6th February, 1879, aged 67. 

BRASH, JAMES, M.D. 1850. 

Glasgow; Inveraray; Glasgow; Licentiate of the Church of Scotland, 1844. 

BRASH, JOHN, M.A. 1844. 

Minister of (i) U.P. Church, Wamphray, (2) Cameronian Church, New York. 

BREAKEY, ANDREW, M.A. 1816. 

Presbyterian Minister at (i) Keady, 1819-31, (2) Killyleagh, 1831-82; 
died 1 7th November, 1882. 

BREDON, ALEXANDER, M.D. 1837. 

Portadown, Co. Armagh; died i4th May, 1866. 

BREE, THOMAS, M.D. 1792. 

Stafford; Hastings; died circa 1828. 

BREMNER, HENRY, M.A. 1866, B.D. 1873, D-D. 1889. 

Minister of Free High Church, Partick ; ordained 1872 ; Examiner for 
B.D. Degree in Glasgow University since 1896. 

BREMNER ROBERT LOCKE, M.A. 1886, B.L. 1891. 

Writer, Glasgow. 

BREWSTER, GEORGE, M.A. 1882. 

(i) Chaplain, Wolfendhal, Ceylon; (2) Minister of Church of Scotland at 
Albany, Western Australia. 

BREWSTER, JAMES, D.D. 1837. 

Minister of (i) Craig, Forfarshire, (2) Free Church there; bora 5th August, 
1777; died 5th February, 1847 ; brother of Sir David Brewster. 

BRIDGE, JAMES, M.A. 1806. 

"Hybernus" [Grad. Alb.]. 

BRIDGE, JOHN, M.A. 1795- 

"Hibernus" [Grad. Alb.]. 



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BRIDGWATER, THOMAS, LL.D. 1888. 

(M.B. Lond. 1852); London; Harrow; J.P. 

BRIGGS, REUBEN, M.A. 1884. 

Congregational Minister at Honley, Huddersfield. 

BRIGHT, JOHN, LL.D. 1883. 

M.P. for (i) Durham, (2) Manchester, (3) Birmingham; President of 

Board of Trade, 1868; Chancellor of Duchy of Lancaster, 1873 and 1881 ; 

Lord Rector of the University of Glasgow, 1880-1883; born at Rochdale, i6th 

November, 1811; died there, 2yth March, 1889. 

BRISBANE, JAMES, M.D. 1859. 

Galashiels ; London. 

BRISBANE, THOMAS, M.A. 1808, M.D. 1812. 

Largs ; son of Thomas Brisbane, Minister of Dunlop. 

BRISCOE, HENRY, M.D. 1839. 

Surgeon-Major Royal Artillery; H.M. Inspector of Prisons; Dover; 
died Qth May, 1893, aged 74. 

BRITTON, JOHN, M.D. 1857. 

Wheatley, Oxfordshire ; Strabane, Co. Tyrone. 

BROADBENT, THOMAS BIGGIN, M.A. 1813. 

Classical Tutor in the Unitarian Academy at Hackney ; born at Warrington, 
i7th March, 1793; died of apoplexy, gth November, 1817. 

BROADFOOT, DAVID, C.M. 1832. 

Wigton. 

BROADFOOT, WILLIAM, M.B., C.M. 1878, M.D. 1884. 

Greenock. 
BROATCH, ROBERT, M.A. 1887. 

Teacher in (i) Larchfield Academy, Helensburgh, (2) Moffat Academy, 
(3) Trailtrow Public School, Ecclefechan. 

BROCK, WALTER PATERSON, M.A. 1879, B.D. 1883. 

Minister of Forth, Lanarkshire. 

BROCK, WILLIAM WALLEN, M.D. 1801. 

Clifton. 

BROCKLEHURST, GEORGE HENRY, B.Sc. 1884. 

(i) Assistant Master in Royal Masonic School, London, 1875-80; (2) Head 

Master of Grange Collegiate School, Edinburgh, 1885-91 ; (3) Principal of St. 

Cuthbert's School, Eastbourne, Sussex, 1891-93; (4) Tutor for Universities' and 

Professional Examinations, Lyminge, Kent. 

BRODIE, DUNCAN HUNTER, M.A. 1885, B.D. 1891. 

Minister of John Knox Parish, Aberdeen, since 1897. 

BRODIE, HUGH JOHNSTONE, M.D. 1837. 

"Scotus" [Grad. Alb.]. 



ROLL OF GRADUATES 6 1 

BRODIE, JOHN, M.B., CM. 1870. 

Coatbridge; Ship Surgeon; New Cumnock ; Surgeon Army; died i5th 
March, 1887, aged 38. 

BRODIE, JOHN EWAN, M.B., CM. 1867, M.D. 1872. 

Ship Surgeon; Glasgow. 

BRODIE, ROBERT CHARLES, M.B., CM. 1888. 

Glasgow; died at Grange, Market Stainton, Lines., i7th October, 1893. 

BRODIE, THOMAS SCOTT, M.B., CM. 1893. 

Houston. , 

BRODIE, WILLIAM, B.L. 1888. 

Writer, Glasgow. 

BRODIE, WILLIAM BRODIE, M.B., CM. 1892. 

Glasgow ; Lenzie ; Worcester ; Glasgow (Assistant to Professor of Physiology 
in the University since 1896). 

BROMFIELD, WILLIAM ARNOLD, M.D. 1826. 

Botanist; did not practise as a Physician; resided at (i) Hastings, (2) 

Southampton, (3) Ryde, Isle of Wight ; Travelled in West Indies, Canada, 

United States, Egypt, and Syria; F.L.S. ; born at Boldre, Hants., 1801 ; died 

at Damascus, of typhus fever, gth October, 1851. 

BROOKS, HUGH, M.A. 1776. 

Possibly the same person as Hugh Brooke, Presbyterian Minister at Burt, 
Co. Donegal, from 1783 to 1839, and who died i3th June, 1839. 

BROOM, HENRY, M.B., CM. 1895. 

Glasgow. 

BROOM, JOHN, M.B., CM. 1886. 

Glasgow ; Manchester ; Ship Surgeon ; Kirriemuir. 

BROOM, ROBERT, B.Sc. 1887, M.B., CM. 1889, M.D. 1895. 

Glasgow ; Edinburgh ; Cudal, N.S. Wales. 

BROOMFIELD, JOHN, M.A. 1772. 

"Hibernus" [Grad. Alb.]. 

BROWN, ALEXANDER, M.D. 1813. 

"Scotus" [Grad. Alb.]. 

BROWN, ALEXANDER, CM. 1825. 

" Scotus " [Grad. Alb.]. 

BROWN, ALEXANDER BAIRD, M.A. 1869. 

F.C. Minister at (i) Lerwick, (2) Kilbirnie; died at Nethy Bridge, 
1 8th August, 1894. 

BROWN, ANDREW, M.A. 1804. 

" Filius natu maximus Andreae Scribae in vico de Stewarton " [Matric. Alb. 
I799]- 



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BROWN, ANDREW, B.A. 1837. 

Minister of (i) Irvine, 1845-52, (2) Beith, 1852-88; died 28th September, 
1888, aged 71. 

BROWN, ANDREW, M.A. 1887. 

Assistant Master in Falkirk High School, 1887-90; Head Master of Nether- 
craigs Public School, near Paisley, since 1891. 

BROWN, ANDREW MORRISON, B.A. 1861, M.A. 1862, B.D. 1866. 

Minister of St. Andrew's Free Church, Kirkintilloch. 

BROWN, ARCHIBALD, M.A. 1831, M.D. 1834. 

Glasgow. 
BROWN, ARCHIBALD, M.B., C.M. 1875, M.D. 1879. 

Glasgow. 

BROWN, CHARLES HERBERT, M.A. 1889, LL.B. 1893. 

Advocate, Edinburgh. 
BROWN, CHARLES WILLIAM, B.L. 1895. 

Solicitor, Maybole. 

BROWN, COLIN, M.D. 1828. 

"Scotus" [Grad. Alb.]. 
BROWN, DANIEL, C.M. 1826. 

"Scotus" [Grad. Alb.]. 

BROWN, DAVID, B.A. 1848, M.A. 1849. 

Presbyterian Minister at Falcarragh, County Donegal. 

BROWN, DUGALD, C.M. 1823. 

"Scotus" [Grad. Alb.]. 

BROWN, DUNCAN, M.A. 1881. 

F.C. Minister at Lochgelly. 

BROWN, DUNCAN FRANCIS, M.B., C.M. 1893. 

Green ock. 
BROWN, EZEKIEL, M.A. 1761. 

" Filius natu maximus Danielis in Comitatu de Tyronne in Hibernia " 
[Matric. Alb. 1758]. 

BROWN, FORBES, M.B., C.M. 1893. 

Govan. 
BROWN, FRANCIS, M.A. 1728. 

" Anglus " [Grad. Alb.]. 

BROWN, GEORGE, M.A. 1818. 

"F. n. min. Joannis Artifis. Galston" [Matric. Alb. 1814} 

BROWN, GEORGE, B.A. 1850. 

Free Church Minister, Pau, France. 

BROWN, GEORGE, M.D. 1860. 

Newton-Mearns ; Glasgow ; Colchester. 



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BROWN, GEORGE ARBUCKLE, M.B., CM. 1896. 

Glasgow. 

BROWN, GEORGE DOUGLAS, M.A. 1890. 

Journalist and Barrister-at-Law, London; Snell Exhibitioner, 1891. 

BROWN, GEORGE GILBERT, CM. 1824. 

"Scotus" [Grad. Alb.]. 

BROWN, GEORGE STEVENSON, B.Sc. 1885. 

Head Master in F.C. Normal School, Glasgow; Lecturer on Physiography 
in the Technical College ; and Lecturer on History and Geography of 
Commerce in the Athenaeum. 

BROWN, HENRY, M.A. 1886. 

U.P. Minister at Earlston. 

BROWN, HUGH, M.D. 1785. 

"Hibernus" [Grad. Alb.]. 

BROWN, HUGH, M.A. 1X30. 

Of Broadstone, Beith; died isth September, 1892, aged 83. 

BROWN, HUGH, M.D. 1857. 

Glasgow; Strathaven ; died i3th April, 1877. 

BROWN, JAMES, M.A. 1789. 

Possibly the same person as James Brown, Irish Presbyterian Minister at 

Garvagh, Co. Derry, 1795 to 1850, and who died 2oth May, 1850, aged 88. 

BROWN, JAMES, CM. 1822. 

Probably Campbeltown. 

BROWN, JAMES, M.D. 1835. 

Glasgow (Professor ot Midwifery in Anderson's College); died 1846, 
aged 54. 

BROWN, JAMES, M.A. 1845. 

Inspector of Schools, Tanaghmore, Co. Armagh. 

BROWN, JAMES, M.B., CM. 1871. 

Glasgow; Castleton of Braemar; Ship Surgeon; died at sea, 27th Sep- 
tember, 1875. 

BROWN, JAMES, M.A. 1872. 

F.C. Minister at (i) Tillicoultry, (2) St. Peter's, Glasgow. 

BROWN, JAMES, D.D. 1878. 

Minister of St. James' Street U.P. Church, Paisley; died there, gth 
November, 1890, aged 50. 

BROWN, JAMES, M.A. 1882. 

Writer (Clerk to Hotson & Brown, Writers), Glasgow; died ist December, 
1886, aged 22. 

BROWN, JAMES, M.A. 1886. 

Minister of Madderty. 



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BROWN, JAMES, M.A. 1888. 

Writer, Hamilton. 

BROWN, JAMES, M.B., C.M. 1888. 

Glasgow; Sutherland, Cape Colony. 

BROWN, JAMES ANDREW, M.B., C.M. 1886. 

New Cumnock ; Liverpool ; Birmingham ; New Cumnock ; London. 

BROWN, JAMES LOCKHART, LL.D. 1837. 

Parish Schoolmaster and Session Clerk of Falkland, 1806-11; Rector of 

the Grammar School and Academy of Irvine, 1812-23; Rector of the Grammar 

School of Greenock, 1823-47; born 27th March, 1785; died 2gth July, 1847. 

BROWN, JAMES PEARSON, M.A. 1889, M.B., C.M. 1893. 

Ship Surgeon ; Paisley ; Glasgow ; Campbeltown. 

BROWN, JAMES REID, D.D. 1834. 

Minister of (i) "High Meeting," Berwick-on-Tweed, 1822-30, (2) Swallow 

Street Scots Church, London, 1830-43, (3) Middle Parish, Greenock, 1843-60; 

while Moderator of London Presbytery, had to pronounce sentence of deposition 

on Rev. Edward Irving; born 1796; died 3rd October, 1860. 

BROWN, JOHN, M.A. 1757. 

" Filius natu max. Jacobi, Mercatoris in Coagh, comit. de Tyrone " 
[Matric. Alb. 1756]. 

BROWN, JOHN, M.A. 1776. 

"Scotus" [Grad. Alb.]. 

BROWN, JOHN, M.A. 1777. 

"Scotus" [Grad. Alb.]. 

BROWN, JOHN, M.D. 1808. 

Possibly Paisley. 

BROWN, JOHN, M.A. 1811. 

Presbyterian Minister at Aghadowey, Ireland, 1813-72; D.D. of Edin. 
Univ. 1839; died 27th March, 1873. 

BROWN, JOHN, D.D. 1815. 

Minister of (i) Gartmore, (2) Langton, Berwickshire, (3) Free Church there; 
died 25th June, 1848, aged 71. 

BROWN, JOHN, C.M. 1818. 

"Scotus" [Grad. Alb.]. 

BROWN, JOHN, C.M. 1830. 

"Scotus" [Grad. Alb.]. 

BROWN, JOHN, M.A. 1839. 

Student of Secession Church, 1839 ; afterwards joined Church of Scotland. 

BROWN, JOHN, M.D. 1841. 

"Scotus" [Grad. Alb.]. 



ROLL OF GRADUATES 65 

BROWN, JOHN, M.D. 1845. 

Paisley; Dunedin, New Zealand. 

BROWN, JOHN, B.A. 1848, M.A. 1849. 

"Filius natu maximus defunct! Davidis mercatoris apud Ramelton in 
comitaL de Donegal" [Matric. Alb. 1846]. 

BROWN, JOHN, B.Sc. 1882. 

Shipowner, Glasgow. 
BROWN, JOHN, M.B., CM. 1882, M.D. 1887. 

Glasgow. 

BROWN, JOHN, M.B., C.M. 1889, M.D. 1896. 

Galston; Bearpark, Co. Durham. 

BROWN, JOHN BLAIR, M.A. 1876, LL.B. 1880. 

Writer in Glasgow (Procurator Fiscal for Burgh of Hillhead from 1884 
till incorporation with Glasgow in 1891). 

BROWN, JOHN FLEMING CULLEN, M.B., CM. 1867. 

Glasgow; Banff; Bonhill; Alexandria, N.B.; J.P. 

BROWN, JOHN MACMILLAN, M.A. 1872. 

Snell Exhibitioner, 1869 ; Professor in Canterbury College, Christchurch, 
N.Z., of (i) Classics and English, 1874-79, (2) English Language, Literature, 
and History, 1879-95, when resigned. 

BROWN, JOHN RITCHIE, M.D. 1853. 

Glasgow (sometime Assistant to University Lecturer on the Eye); Saltcoats ; 
died i3th July, 1896, aged 65. 

BROWN, JOHN TAYLOR, M.B., CM. 1880. 

Dumfries; Portpatrick ; Dumfries; Tintern, Mon. ; Jeppestown, Johannes- 
burg, South Africa. 

BROWN, JOHNSTONE, M.B., C.M. 1893. 

Ship Surgeon; Ficksburg, Orange Free State. 

BROWN, JOSEPH, M.D. 1848. 

"Hibernus" [Grad. Alb.]. 

BROWN, JOSEPH, M.A. 1884, B.Sc. 1885. 

Teacher under the Edinburgh School Board. 

BROWN, LAURENCE ROBERTSON, M.A. 1894. 

Student of Law. 

BROWN, MATTHEW, M.A. 1816. 

Minister of (i) Presbyterian Church, Morpeth, 1829-43, (2) Parish of 
Kincardine O'Neil, 1843-53 ; died iSth November, 1853, aged 57. 

BROWN, MATTHEW TAYLOR, B.Sc. 1878. 

Engineer, Glasgow. 

BROWN, PETER, B.Sc. 1874. 

F.C Minister at Portknockie. 

E 



66 ROLL OF GRADUATES 

BROWN, PRICE CARFRAE, M.D. 1832. 

"Fil. n. 4 tus Caroli Merc, in insula de Jamaica" [Matric. Alb. 1828]. 

BROWN, ROBERT, M.A. 1747. 

BROWN, ROBERT, M.A. 1776. 

"Filius natu unicus quondam Hugonis Mercatoris Glasguensis" [Matric. 
Alb. 1771]. 

BROWN, ROBERT, M.A. 1814. 

"F. n. 5 tus Gul. Agric. in P. de Campsie com. de Stir." [Matric. Alb. 1809]. 

BROWN, ROBERT, M.D. 1832. 

Dunfermline; died i4th February, 1878, aged 67. 

BROWN, ROBERT, M.B., CM. 1870, M.D. 1872. 

Stanhope, Durham; Tranent; Pollokshields. 

BROWN, ROBERT, M.A. 1882, B.D. 1885. 

U.P. Minister at Auchtergaven. 

BROWN, ROBERT, M.A. 1882, M.B., CM. 1886. 

London ; Bourne, Lines. ; Kenley, Surrey. 

BROWN, ROBERT, B.Sc. 1886. 

Merchant, Glasgow. 

BROWN, ROBERT CAMPBELL, M.A. 1834. 

Sometime Teacher of English and Mathematics in a Private School at 
Fermoy, Co. Cork ; thereafter Writing Master in Belfast Royal Academy ; born 
i3th April, 1809; died i8th November, 1884. 

BROWN, ROBERT SCOTT, M.A. 1891, LL.B. 1895. 

Advocate, Edinburgh; son of James Brown, D.D. 1878 (q.v.). 

BROWN, THOMAS, M.A. 1774. 

"Scotus" [Grad. Alb.]. 

BROWN, THOMAS, M.A. 1792. 

" Filius natu tertius Thomae quondam de Langside Armigeri, in Anglia 
natus" [Matric. Alb. 1786]. 

BROWN, THOMAS, D.D. 1830. 

Minister of (i) Tongland, 1807-26, (2) St. John's, Glasgow, 1826-43, (3) 
Free St. John's, Glasgow, 1843-47; born at Closeburn, gth August, 1776; died 
at Glasgow, 23rd January, 1847. 

BROWN, THOMAS, M.A. 1885. 

Assistant to Ministers of (i) St. John's Parish Church, Glasgow, (2) Scots' 
Presbyterian Church, Melbourne. 

BROWN, THOMAS DOUGLAS, M.B., CM. 1894. 

Kilmarnock; Cumnock; Partick. 

BROWN, WALTER FALCONER, M.B., CM. 1886. 

Glasgow ; Ship Surgeon ; Coatbridge ; Baillieston. 



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BROWN, WALTER ROUNSFELL, B.L. 1882. 

Writer, Glasgow. 

BROWN, WILLIAM, MA. 1808. 

Irish Presbyterian Minister at Toberraore, 1810-60; died igth April, 1860. 

BROWN, WILLIAM, MA. 1816. 

"Scotus" [Grad. Alb.]. 

BROWN, WILLIAM, MA. 1827, M.D. 1830. 

Glasgow (sometime Lecturer on the Eye in Mechanics' Institute, and 
Assistant to University Lecturer on the Eye) ; Kilmalcolm ; died 1 2th August, 
1873- 

BROWN, WILLIAM, M.D., C.M. 1832. 

Probably Greenock. 

BROWN, WILLIAM, M.B., C.M. 1884, M.D. 1896. 

Newarthill; Rumgamutee, India. 

BROWN, WILLIAM, M.B., C.M. 1884, M.D. 1889. 

Dodington, Salop; Fishponds, Glouc. 

BROWN, WILLIAM, MA. 1886. 

Head Assistant Teacher in High School, Falkirk ; drowned in Carron 
Dams, 1 2th February, 1890, while attempting to save the life of a pupil 
[Glasgow Herald, i3th February, 1890, and Memorial Tablet in School]. 

BROWN, WILLIAM, B.Sc. 1895. 

Assistant Physicist in Royal College of Science, Dublin. 

BROWN, WILLIAM, M.B., C.M. 1896. 

Coatbridge. 

BROWN, WILLIAM ARMOUR, B.Sc. 1895. 

Apprentice Engineer in Glasgow. 

BROWN, WILLIAM HENRY JONAS, M.B. 1880, M.D. 1887. 

Ship Surgeon ; Prestwick ; Newcastle-on-Tyne ; Alnwick ; Howwood, 
Renfrewshire; Surgeon Imperial Chinese Navy. 

BROWN, WILLIAM LIMONT, M.B., CM. 1892. 

Glasgow; Shildon, Co. Durham. 

BROWN, WILLIAM MACKENZIE, M.B., CM. 1892. 

Glasgow ; Saltcoats ; son of John Ritchie Brown, M.D. (q.v.). 

BROWN, WILLIAM MOORE, M.B., CM. 1884. 

Kilmarnock; Kelso; Nottingham; Kilmarnock; St Leonards-on-Sea ; 
Caterham, Surrey. 

BROWN, WILLIAM ROSSIE, MA. 1883, 

Minister of (i) Broxburn, (2) Ardrossan. 



68 ROLL OF GRADUATES 

BROWN, WILLIAM TOURNAY, B.L. 1882. 

Sometime Private Secretary to Colonel Olcott, President of the Blavatsky 
and Theosophical Society, Adyar, Madras, India; thereafter Professor of 
Jurisprudence and Political Economy in University College, Dublin; now 
Professor of Classics and Literature in St. Mary's College (Patrician Order of 
Catholics), Madras. 

BROWNE, ALBERT WILLIAM, M.D. 1846. 

"Hibernus" [Grad. Alb.]. 

BROWNE, ARCHIBALD, M.A. 1810. 

"Scotus" [Grad. Alb.]. 

BROWNE, ARTHUR HERBERT, M.B., C.M. 1890. 

Glasgow ; Ship Surgeon ; Rock Ferry, Cheshire ; Blackburn ; Liverpool ; 
Medical Mission, Peshawar, Punjab. 

BROWNE, DANIEL, M.D. 1851. 

Dublin; died nth February, 1868. 

BROWNE, HARRY DUNCAN, M.B., C.M. 1885. 

Rhyl, Flintshire; Holy well; died 2ist December, 1886, aged 23. 

BROWNE, HENRY, B.A. 1839, M.A. 1840. 

M.D. Lond. 1848; Manchester; sometime Lecturer in Royal Medical 
School there. 

BROWNE, JAMES, M.D. 1829. 

Fleet Surgeon, R.N. ; Dungannon, Co. Tyrone; died 1880. 

BROWNE, JOHN, M.A. 1825. 

" Filius 2 US Samuelis Mercatoris, apud Stranorlar comitatu de Donnegal " 
[Matric. Alb. 1822]. 

BROWNE, JOHN, M.D. 1835. 

" Hibernicus " [Grad. Alb.]. 

BROWNE, JOHN, M.A. 1848. 

Presbyterian Minister at Duncannon, Waterford. 

BROWNE, JOSEPH, C.M. 1825. 

"Hibernus" [Grad. Alb.]. 

BROWNE, PETER OTHO WATKIN, M.B., C.M. 1891. 

Rhyl, N. Wales; Alderley Edge, Cheshire. 

BROWNE, ROBERT, M.D. 1832. 

Lancaster; Manchester; died 1862. 

BROWNE, STEPHEN HENRY, M.D. 1835. 

"Hibernus" [Grad. Alb.]. 

BROWNE, WILLIAM, M.A. 1816. 

"Filius natu Tertius Gulielmi Agricolae in parochia de Artrea in comitatu 
Londonderry in Hyb." [Matric. Alb. 1813]. 



69 

BROWNING, BENJAMIN, M.D. 1832. 

Staff Surgeon, R.N. ; Newport, Isle of Wight; Portsmouth; Winchester; 
London; Devonport; Stoke; London; died zyth March, 1876. 

BROWNING, DONALD MACRAE, M.A. 1883. 

Barrister-at-Law, St. John's, Newfoundland. 

BROWNING, ROBERT LETHAM, M.A. 1881. 

U.P. Minister at Mid-Calder. 

BROWNING, THOMAS BLAIR, M.A. 1870. 

Barrister, Dundas, Ontario, Canada. 

BROWNLEE, ALEXANDER JOHN, M.B., CM. 1893, M.D. 1895. 

Newmains. 

BROWNLEE, HUGH RODGER, B.Sc. 1894. 

Assistant to the Harbour Engineer, East London, Cape Colony. 

BROWNLEE, JAMES, M.A. 1822. 

"F. n. max. Jacobi, Viri Reverendi Falkirk" [Matric. Alb. 1817]. 

BROWNLEE, JOHN, M.A. 1889, M.B., C.M. 1894. 

Glasgow. 
BROWNLEE, JOHN INNES, M.B., C.M. 1884. 

Glasgow. 

BROWNLEE, WILLIAM CRAIG, M.A. 1803, D.D. 1824. 

(i) Pastor of two Associate Churches in Washington County, Pa.; 
(2) Pastor of Associate Church, Philadelphia, 1813; (3) Rector of the Grammar 
School in New Brunswick, N.J., 1817 , (4) Pastor of Presbyterian Church in 
Baskingridge, N.J., 1817; (5) Professor of Latin and Greek at Rutgers, 1825; 
(6) one of the Ministers of the Collegiate Reformed Dutch Church in New 
York, 1826; Editor of The Protestant Vindicator; born in Lanarkshire, 1784; 
died in New York, roth February, 1860. 

BROWNLEE, WILLIAM STEVENSON, M.A 1890, B.D. 1893. 

Licentiate of the Church of Scotland. 

BROWNLIE, WILLIAM, M.A. 1876. 

Minister of (i) Kelvinhaugh, (2) Lenzie. 

BROWNLOW, NATHANIEL, M.D., CM. 1842. 

Banbridge, Co. Down; died 22nd May, 1861. 

BROWNRIDGE, ROBERT, M.B., C.M. 1890. 

Paisley. 

BRUCE, ADAM CHAILLIE, M.A. 1889. 

Teacher, Grammar School, Bolton, Lanes. 

BRUCE, ALEXANDER BALMAIN, D.D. 1876. 

F.C. Minister at (i) Cardross, 1859-68, (2) Broughty Fern-, 1868-74; 

Professor of Apologetics and N.T. Exegesis in the Free Church College, 

Glasgow, since 1874; appointed Gifford Lecturer on Natural Theology in 

Glasgow University for two years from ist October, 1896. 



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BRUCE, ARCHIBALD, M.A. 1762. 

Minister of (i) Fintry, (2) Shotts; died suddenly on Sunday, lyth 
February, 1799. 

BRUCE, DAVID, M.A. 1886, LL.B. 1889. 

Writer, Glasgow; son of Alexander Balmain Bruce, D.D. (q.v.). 

BRUCE, GEORGE DONALDSON, M.B., CM. 1870. 

(i) At Corbridge-on-Tyne ; (2) elected, 3oth March, 1871, Joint House 
Surgeon of Dundee Royal Infirmary, entered on duty in middle of April, 
accidentally poisoned 8th May, 1871. 

BRUCE, JAMES, M.A. 1737. 

"Hib. films Patricii Bruce quondam V.D.M. in parochia de Killyieagh in 
Com. de Down" [Matric Alb. 1735]. 

BRUCE, JAMES, M.B., C.M. 1886. 

Glasgow; Paisley. 

BRUCE, JAMES HAMILTON, M.D. 1837. 

Liverpool ; Edinburgh ; Barrhead ; Glasgow ; Dumfries. 

BRUCE, JOHN, M.A. 1811. 

U.P. Minister at Newmilns; died i5th April, 1872, aged 81. 

BRUCE, JOHN COLLINGWOOD, B.A. 1825, M.A. 1826, LL.D. 1853. 

Withdrew from list of probationers of Secession Church, and became 
Superintendent and Proprietor of an Academy in Percy Street, Newcastle; 
born there, 1805 ; died 5th April, 1892. 

BRUCE, ROBERT, M.B., C.M. 1893. 

Paisley. 

BRUCE, ROBERT RANDOLPH, B.Sc. 1886. 

Civil Engineer, Montreal. 

BRUCE, SAMUEL, M.A. 1740. 

Presbyterian Minister in Dublin. 

BRUCE, WILLIAM, D.D. 1786. 

Presbyterian Minister in (T) Lisburn, (2) Dublin, (3) Belfast; also Principal 
of Belfast Academy; born 3oth July, 1757; died 27th February, 1841; son of 
Samuel Bruce, M.A. 1740 (q.v.). 

BRUCE, WILLIAM, D.D. 1868. 

Minister of Infirmary Street U.P. Church, Edinburgh; died at Bridge of 
Allan, 1 5th November, 1882, aged 70. 

BRUHN, JOHANNES, B.Sc. 1893. 

Naval Architect (i) in Glasgow, as Draughtsman, (2) in London, as 
Surveyor to Lloyd's Register of British and Foreign Shipping. 

BRUNTON, DUNCAN M'NAUGHTON, M.A. 1872, M.B., C.M. 1876. 

Paisley; died i6th November, 1876; Brunton Prize founded in his 
memory; son of William Brunton, LL.D. (q.v.). 



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BRUNTON, JAMES, M.A. 1866, B.D. 1870. 

Minister of (i) Thornton, (2) Perth Middle, (3) Monimail. 

BRUNTON, JOHN, B.A. 1855, M.A. 1856, M.D. 1860. 

Glasgow; London; Examiner for Medical Degrees in Glasgow University, 
1876-88; son of William Brunton, LL.D. (q.v.). 

BRUNTON, THOMAS MACKEAN, M.A. 1869. 

Sometime U.P. Minister at Leeds; thereafter Teacher, Sal en, Mull; died 
at Salen, i3th June, 1892. 

BRUNTON, WILLIAM, LL.D. 1847. 

Was Tutor at "Tibbie Sheils'" in 1816, and friend of Sir Walter Scott, 
"Christopher North," and "The Ettrick Shepherd"; Schoolmaster at Coatbridge 
in 1818, and educated four of the Bairds of Gartsherrie; Schoolmaster at 
Falkirk, 1824; Rector of the Grammar School of Campbeltown, 1831; Rector 
of the Grammar School of Paisley, 1842-76; died 8th November, 1883, 
aged 83. 

BRUNTON, WILLIAM, M.A. 1883, LLB. 1889. 

Writer, Glasgow. 

BRYAN, GEORGE, M.A. 1743. 

"Filius Jacobi Bryan textoris Dublinensis" [Matric. Alb. 1742]. 

BRYAN, THOMAS ALBERT, M.A. 1892. 

Sub-Warden of the Robert Browning Social Settlement, York Street, Wai- 
worth, London. 

BRYCE, ALEXANDER, M.B., CM. 1886, M.D. 1893. 

(Brunton Prizeman); Glasgow; Ship Surgeon; Paisley; Newmilns; 
Glasgow ; Killin ; Bourne, Lines. ; Birmingham. 

BRYCE, CHARLES, M.D. 1824. 

Ludlow; Brighton; attached to Army Medical Staff on Special Service 
(1855-6) at Scutari Hospitals; died 8th April, 1874, aged 70. 

BRYCE, JAMES, B.A. 1828, M.A. 1832, LL.D. 1858. 

Mathematical Master in (i) Belfast Academy, (2) High School, Glasgow; 
born at Killaig, near Coleraine, 22nd October, 1806; accidentally killed while 
on a geological excursion at Inverfarigaig, Loch Ness, nth July, 1877; father 
of James Bryce, LL.D. 1886 (q.v.), and of John Annan Bryce, M.A. 1866 
(q.v.). 

BRYCE, JAMES, LL.D 1858. 

Minister ot (i) Stamfordham, (2) Wooler, (3) Gilcomston, Aberdeen, (4) 

Free Church there; "obliged by the failure of his voice to betake himself to 

literary labour" [Univ. Minute, 5th August, 1857]; died 23rd March, 1881. 

BRYCE, JAMES, M.B., CM. 1878, M.D. 1880. 

Glasgow ; Galston ; London. 



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BRYCE, JAMES, LL.D. 1886. 

Barrister; Regius Professor of Civil Law, University of Oxford, 1870-93; 
Under Secretary for Foreign Affairs, 1886; Chancellor of Duchy of Lancaster, 
1892-94; President of Board of Trade, 1894-95; M.P. for (i) Tower Hamlets 
(2) South Aberdeen; D.C.L., F.R.S. ; P.C 1892; born at Belfast, roth May, 
1838; son of James Bryce, B.A., M.A., LL.D. (q.v.). 

BRYCE, JAMES HENDERSON, M.A. 1881. 

Native of Stirling; Classical Tutor in Ballarat College, Australia, for three 

years; thereafter Tutor to the son of the Due de Richelieu at Mentone; died 

in the house of the Prince of Monaco at Neuilly, near Paris, 29th January, 

1891. 

BRYCE, JOHN, M.A. 1890. 

(i) Teacher in Girvan Burgh Public School; (2) Head Master of Bowmore 
Public School, Islay. 

BRYCE, JOHN ANNAN, M.A. 1866. 

East India Merchant, London; B.A. Oxon. 1872; son of James Bryce, 
B.A., M.A., LL.D. (q.v.), and brother of James Bryce, LL.D. 1886 (q.v.). 

BRYCE, JOHN RICHMOND, M.B., CM. 1889, M - D - l8 9 6 - 

London. 

BRYCE, PETER COWIE, M.A. 1888. 

U.P. Minister at Inverkeithing. 

BRYCE, REUBEN JOHN, M.A. 1817, LL.D. 1831. 

Presbyterian Minister in Belfast, and Principal of the Belfast Academy; 
died 3oth May, 1888, aged 91. 

BRYCE, ROBERT, M.D., CM. 1836. 

"Hibernus" [Grad. Alb.]. 

BRYCE, THOMAS ANNAN, M.A. 1833. 

(i) Proprietor of Private Schools ; (2) Mathematical Master in Belfast 

Royal Academy; (3) Master in several High Schools in Canada; died at 

Toronto, isth April, 1875; brother of James Bryce, B.A., M.A., LL.D. (q.v.). 

BRYCE, WILLIAM, M.A. 1878. 

Manufacturer, Victoria City, Vancouver. 

BRYCE, WILLIAM, M.B., C.M. 1889, M.D. 1891. 

Ship Surgeon; Rochdale; Glasgow. 

BRYDEN, DAVID, M.A. 1819. 

"F. n. 4 tus Davidis Agricolae Ayr" [Matric. Alb. 1815]; Student of 

Theology in Glasgow University, but never finished trials for license by 

Presbytery of Ayr; died July or August, 1827; an intimate College friend of 

Robert Craig, M.A. 1819 (q.v.). 

BRYDEN, ROBERT LOCKHART, B.L. 1890. 

Writer, Glasgow. 



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BRYSON, ALEXANDER, M.A. 1813. 

" Filius natu Secundus Joannis Agricolae in parochia de Donnegore in 
comitatu de Antrim in Hybernia" [Matric. Alb. 1809]. 

BRYSON, ALEXANDER, M.D. 1837. 

Director-General Navy Medical Department; Honorary Physician to H.M. 
the Queen: C.B. ; F.R.S. ; died i2th December, 1869, aged 67. 

BRYSON, ALLEN, M.D. 1854. 

Surgeon, Army. 

BRYSON, ANDREW, M.A. 1782. 

Irish Presbyterian Minister at Dundalk, 1786-96; died March, 1797. 

BRYSON, JAMES, M.B., CM. 1875. 

Ship Surgeon; Almond Bank, Perthshire; Glasgow; Dumbarton. 

BRYSON, JOHN WATSON, M.A. 1887. 

(i) Assistant in Elgin Academy; (2) Mathematical Master in Royal 
Academy, Irvine, since 1892. 

BRYSON, MUNGO, M.B., CM. 1890. 

Ship Surgeon; Kilmarnock; Thornhill. 

BUSIER, ROBERT ARCHIBALD, B.A. 1852. 

Intended for Dissenting Ministry in "South Britain," but engaged in 
Scholastic work; was for some years associated with Professor Meiklejohn at 
Cambridge. 

BUCHAN, ALEXANDER, LL.D. 1887. 

Public Teacher, 1848-60; Secretary to the Scottish Meteorological Society 
since 1860; M.A. Edin. ; born nth April, 1829. 

BUCHAN, EARL OF, LL.D. 1763, LL.D. 1766. 

Then Lord Cardross (David Steuart Erskine) ; studied at Glasgow 
University; originator of the Scottish Society of Antiquaries; described by 
Sir Walter Scott as "a person whose immense vanity, bordering on insanity, 
obscured, or rather eclipsed, very considerable talents"; brother of Henry 
Erskine, Advocate, and Thomas Erskine, Lord High Chancellor of Great 
Britain; born ist June (O.S.), 1742; died at Dryburgh Abbey, 2oth April, 
1829. From some unexplained cause this LL.D. degree was twice granted. 

BUCHAN, GEORGE, M.B., CM. 1877, M.D. 1887. 

Kilmaurs ; Glasgow (Town's Hospital) ; Cleland, Lanarkshire. 

BUCHANAN, ALEXANDER, M.A. 1878. 

(i) Classical Master at Albany Academy, Glasgow, 1877-86; (2) Assistant 
to Professor of Humanity in Glasgow University, 1 881-86; (3) Rector of 
Lenzie Academy since 1886. 

BUCHANAN, ALEXANDER, M.A. 1882. 

Teacher (i) in High School, Inverness, (2) in Knox Institute, Haddington, 
(3) of Boys' School at Alexandria, Egypt, in connection with Church of 
Scotland Mission to the Jews. 



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BUCHANAN, ALEXANDER, M.B., CM. 1888. 

Cathcart; Hursley, Hants.; Cathcart; Perth; died 24th March, 1893, 
aged 27. 

BUCHANAN, ALEXANDER JAMES, M.D. 1810. 

Glasgow; died 1837. 

BUCHANAN, ALEXANDER MACGREGOR, M.A. 1867, M.B., CM. 1868, M.D. 1871. 
Glasgow; Assistant to Professor of Anatomy in the University, 1868-73; 
Professor of Anatomy in Anderson's College since 1873; University Examiner 
in Anatomy for Degrees in Medicine, 1890-96. 

BUCHANAN, ANDREW, C.M. 1819. 

"Hibernus" [Grad. Alb.]. 

BUCHANAN, ANDREW, M.D. 1822, LL.D. 1881. 

Professor of (i) Materia Medica in Anderson's College, Glasgow, 1828-39, 
(2) Physiology in Glasgow University, 1839 to 1876; born loth December, 1798; 
died 9th July, 1882. 

BUCHANAN, ANDREW, M.D. 1856. 

Glasgow; born 2oth June, 1834; died of typhus fever, 4th April, 1865; son 
of Professor Andrew Buchanan (q.v.). 

BUCHANAN, CHARLES, M.D. 1832. 

"Hibernus" [Grad. Alb.]. 

BUCHANAN, CLAUDIUS, D.D. 1804. 

Tutor (1780-82) to sons of Campbell of Dunstaffnage; at Glasgow College, 
1782-84; Tutor (1784-86) in Islay and Kintyre; 1787, travelled to Newcastle 
(en route for London) as an itinerant musician; 1787-91, Law Clerk in London; 
1791-95, at Queen's College, Cambridge; 1795, Curate of St. Mary's Woolnoth, 
London; 1796, appointed Chaplain at Bengal to H.E.I. Co.; 1797, Chaplain at 
Barrackpore; 1799, third Chaplain to the Presidency at Calcutta; 1800, Professor 
of Greek, Latin, and English Classics in, and Vice-Provost of, the College of Fort- 
William, Calcutta; 1807, returned to England; born at Cambuslang, i2th March, 
1766; died at Broxbourne, Herefordshire, gth February, 1815. 

BUCHANAN, COLIN, M.D. 1833. 

Sydney, N.S. Wales. 

BUCHANAN, FRANCIS, M.A. 1779. 

Of Bardowie, Spittal, and Leny; M.D. Edin. 1783; Surgeon H.E.I.C.S., 
and author of several works relative to India ; chief of the Clan Buchanan ; D.L. 
for Perthshire; F.R.S. ; born i5th February, 1762; died isth June, 1829. 

BUCHANAN, GEORGE, M.D. 1830. 

Died gth July, 1846, aged 38 [Tombstone in Sighthill Cemetery, Glasgow]. 

BUCHANAN, GEORGE, M.A. 1846. 

(a) Civil Surgeon in Army in Crimea; (&) Professor of (i) Anatomy in 

Anderson's College, Glasgow, 1860-74, (2) Clinical Surgery in Glasgow University 

since 1874; M.D. St. Andrews, 1849, LL.D. St. Andrews, 1889; born 29th 

March, 1827. 



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BUCHANAN, GEORGE, B.A. 1861, M.A. 1862, M.B., C.M. iS66, M.D. 1868. 

Studied for U.P. Ministry ; Assistant to Professor of Anatomy in Glasgow 
University, 1867 to 1869 ; born ist January, 1841 ; died of diphtheria at Edinburgh, 
23rd December, 1869. 

BUCHANAN, GEORGE BURNSIDE, M.B., C.M. 1893. 

Glasgow; Paris; Glasgow; B.A. Cantab. 1890; son of, and (since 1895) 
Assistant to, Professor George Buchanan (q.v.). 

BUCHANAN, GILBERT, M.A. 1890, B.D. 1894. 

Licentiate of the Free Church. 
BUCHANAN, HUGH DRYDEN, M.B., C.M. 1885. 

Sowerby, Thirsk, Yorks. ; died there, i4th April, 1893, aged 30. 

BUCHANAN, JAMES, M.A. 1744. 

Professor of Oriental Languages in Glasgow University, 1757 to 1761; died 
2ist June, 1761. 
BUCHANAN, JAMES, M.D., C.M. 1836. 

"Scotus" [Grad. Alb.]. 

BUCHANAN, JAMES, LL.D. 1852. 

Minister of (i) Roslin, (2) North Leith, (3) High Church, Edinburgh, (4) Free 
High Church there, (5) Free St. Stephen's there; afterwards Professor of Divinity 
in New College; born at Paisley, 1804; died igth April, 1870. 

BUCHANAN, JAMES, M.A. 1866, M.B., C.M. 1866, M.D. 1868. 

Murthly; Glasgow; died gth February, 1883. 
BUCHANAN, JAMES, B.Sc. 1874. 

Minister of (i) Catrine, (2) Eaglesham. 
BUCHANAN, JAMES, M.A. 1884. 

Engaged in business (at Hydepark Locomotive Works) in Glasgow. 
BUCHANAN, JAMES, M.A. 1885. 

Fellow of Peterhouse, Cambridge; Examiner on Mathematics for M.A. 
Degree in Glasgow University, 1889-92; Examiner on Physics for M.B., 1892. 
BUCHANAN, JAMES, M.A. 1885. 

(a) Teacher, Glasgow, in (i) St George's Road Public School, (2) English 
Department of High School; (b) Minister of Mount Pleasant U.P. Church, 
Greenock. 
BUCHANAN, JAMES SPITTAL, M.B., C.M. 1890. 

Glasgow; Leeds; Melbourne. 
BUCHANAN, JOHN, C.M. 1836. 

Campbeltown. 

BUCHANAN, JOHN, M.A. 1840. 

Minister of the Free Church of Bothwell, 1844-58 ; Minister of the Presbyterian 
Church of Durban, Natal, 1861-74; Acting Principal of Lovedale Missionary 
Institution, South Africa, during the absence of the Rev. James Stewart, M.D., D.D. 
(q.v.), on a mission to Livingstonia, 1876-77 ; Minister of the Presbyterian Church 
of Funchal, Madeira, 1878-80, when retired on account of ill-health ; resident (1896) 
at Seaforth, Largs; born 25th June, 1821. 



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BUCHANAN, JOHN, LL.D. 1872. 

Sometime Writer in Glasgow and Secretary of Western Bank; afterwards 

Agent for B.L. Co. Bank at Bridgeton Cross Branch, Glasgow; Antiquary and 

writer on antiquarian subjects, particularly Roman Walls and Remains in 

Scotland; born 3rd November, 1802; died 28th June, 1878. 

BUCHANAN, JOHN, M.B., C.M. 1882, M.D. 1886. 

Glasgow; Paisley; Wigan; Liverpool; Brighton; London. 

BUCHANAN, JOHN, M.B., C.M. 1885. 

Ship Surgeon ; Glasgow. 

BUCHANAN, JOHN MORTON, M.B., C.M. 1874. 

Glasgow; Rutherglen. 

BUCHANAN, JOHN YOUNG, M.A. 1863. 

Merchant in (i) Glasgow, (2) Edinburgh. 

BUCHANAN, LESLIE, M.B., C.M. 1889. 

Glasgow. 

BUCHANAN, PETER, M.B., C.M. 1879. 

Ardchattan, Argyleshire; Glasgow; Newcastle- on-Tyne; Coleford, Glouc. 

BUCHANAN, PETER STEDMAN, M.B., C.M. 1894. 

Glasgow. 

BUCHANAN, ROBERT, M.A. 1759. 

" Filius natu minor Joannis in parochia atque Comitatu de Clackmannan " 
[Matric. Alb. 1757]. 

BUCHANAN, ROBERT, M.A. 1828, LL.D. 1869. 

Minister of Peebles, 1813-24; Professor of Logic in Glasgow University, 

1824-64; Member of University Court (as Senate's Assessor), 1863 to 1867; 

born at Callander, 1785; died at Ardfillayne, Dunoon, 2nd March, 1873; 

Founder of Buchanan Bursaries. 

BUCHANAN, ROBERT, D.D. 1840. 

Minister of (i) Gargunnock, (2) Salton, (3) Tron, Glasgow, (4) Free Tron 
there, (5) Free College Church there; Historian of "Ten Years' Conflict"; died 
at Rome, 3oth March, 1875, aged 73. 

BUCHANAN, ROBERT, LL.D. 1855. 

Teacher in Edinburgh up to 1830; Master of the Greenock Mathematical 

School, 1830-55 ; Rector of Greenock Academy, 1855-58 ; Rector of Kilblain 

Academy, Greenock, 1858-71; died i8th July, 1871, aged 70. 

BUCHANAN, ROBERT, M.D. 1862. 

Dumbarton; died loth September, 1871, aged 77. 

BUCHANAN, ROBERT, M.A. 1883, B.D. 1886. 

Minister of St. James's Parish Church, Clydebank, 1889-95; resigned on 

account of his wife's health, and went to Middelburg, Cape Colony. 

BUCHANAN, ROBERT, M.A. 1893, B.Sc. 1893, M.B., C.M. 1895. 

Dundee; Baxter Demonstrator of Geology in Glasgow University, 1892-95. 



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BUCHANAN, ROBERT MACNEIL, M.B., C.M. 1888. 

Glasgow (Professor of Medical Jurisprudence in Anderson's College). 

BUCHANAN, ROBERT MATTHEW, M.A. 1893. 

Licentiate of the U.P. Church. 

BUCHANAN, SIMSON, M.D. 1857, C.M. 1870. 

Glasgow ; died 25th December, 1876. 

BUCHANAN, THOMAS, C.M. i8*>2. 

Hull 
BUCHANAN, THOMAS, D.D. 1857. 

Minister of (i) Logierait, (2) Methven; died suddenly, 24th August, 1859, 
aged 58. 

BUCHANAN, THOMAS, M.B., C.M. 1873. 

Ship Surgeon; Glasgow; New York. 

BUCHANAN, THOMAS DRYSDALE, M.D. 1858. 

Glasgow; died there, isth March, 1893, aged 74. 

BUCHANAN, WALTER, M.A. 1733. 

BUCHANAN, WALTER, M.A. 1774. 

Minister of(i) Stirling, (2) Canongate, Edinburgh; died 6th December, 1832, 
aged 77 ; D.D. Edin. 1805. 

BUCHANAN, WALTER ISAAC, M.B., C.M. 1893. 

Thirsk, Yorks. 

BUCHANAN, WALTER WASHINGTON, M.D. 1798. 

Greenock. 
BUCHANAN, WILLIAM, M.D., C.M. 1832. 

"Hibernus" [Grad. Alb.]. 

BUCHANAN, WILLIAM, B.A. 1840. 

"Filius natu minimus defuncti Joannis Buchanan, mercatoris Pasletensis in 
comitatu de Renfrew" [Matric. Alb. 1838]. 

BUCHANAN, WILLIAM, M.B., C.M. 1885. 

Ship Surgeon; Glasgow. 

BUCHANAN, WILLIAM, B.Sc 1892. 

(i) Electrician with the London Electric Supply Co. at Deptford; (2) 
Engineer with the Fowler-Waring Cables Co. at North Woolwich ; (3) Electrical 
Engineer with the Electric Construction Co. at Bushbury Works, Wolverhampton. 

BUCHANAN, WILLIAM MILLAR, M.D. 1826. 

Edinburgh; sometime in H.E.I.C.S. ; Antiquarian Student and Collector; 
brother of John Buchanan, LL.D. (q.v.). 

BUCKNER, HORATIUS, M.A., M.D. 1778. 

" Americanus " [Grad. Alb.]. 

BUICK, JAMES WILLIAM MOON, M.B., C.M. 1892. 

Ravenswood, Victoria, Australia. 



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BULLEN, GEORGE, LL.D. 1889. 

Keeper of Printed Books, British Museum, London. 

BULLOCK, JAMES, M.A. 1853. 

Minister of (i) Baptist Church, East Regent Place, Glasgow, (2) Baptist 

Church, Wallingford, Berks., (3) Baptist Church, Abergavenny, (4) Baptist 

Church, Hull, (5) Congregational Church, Wilsden, near Bradford, Yorks. ; 

retired 1892. 

BULWER-LYTTON, EDWARD ROBERT. See LYTTON, EARL OF. 

BUNTEN, JAMES MUIR, M.A. 1888. 

Licentiate of the Free Church; (i) Minister at Huelva, Spain, (2) Teacher 
at Scranton, Kansas, U.S.A. 

BUNTON, TIMOTHY, M.D. 1838. 

"Hibernus" [Grad. Alb.]. 

BURDEN, WILLIAM, M.D., CM. 1830. 

Professor of Midwifery, Queen's College, Belfast ; died 1880. 

BURDER, HENRY FORSTER, M.A. 1807, D.D. 1830. 

Congregational Minister and Professor at Hackney, near London; born 
27th November, 1783 ; died zgih December, 1864. 

BURDER, JOHN, M.A. 1810. 

Congregational Minister, Clifton; died 1867, aged 82. 

BURDON, ANDREW MURRAY, M.A. 1890. 

Teacher in (i) Hillhead Public School, Glasgow, (2) English School, 
Valparaiso, Chile, (3) Public School, Uddingston. 

SURGES, JOHN, M.A. 1747. 

Minister of Kirkmichael, Dumfriesshire; died 2nd September, 1795, aged 
71; D.D. Edin. 1769. 

SURGES, JOHN, M.D. 1842. 

"Hibernus" [Grad. Alb.]. 

BURGESS, HENRY, LL.D. 1854. 

Sometime Nonconformist Minister ; thereafter Curate of St. Mary's Episcopal 
Church, Blackburn; afterwards Vicar of St. Andrew's, Whittlesea, near Peter- 
borough; born 1808; died loth February, 1886; Ph.D. Gottingen. 

BURGESS, WILLIAM, M.A. 1835. 

U.P. Minister at (i) Urr, (2) Eglinton Street, Glasgow; died 6th August, 
1862, aged 53. 

BURGESS, WILLIAM, M.D. 1838. 

"Hibernus" [Grad. Alb.]. 

BURKE, GEORGE, M.D. 1839. 

Kilfmane, Co. Limerick; Riverstown, Co. Cork; Tivoli, same Co. 

BURKE, JOHN, M.D. 1795. 

"Hibernus" [Grad. Alb.]. 



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BURKE. JOHN MILO ; M.D. 1833. 

Kernel Herapstead, Herts. ; Hatfield, Herts. ; died 1887. 

BURKE. JOSEPH, M.D. 1820. 

"Hibermis" [Grad. Alb.]. 

BURKE, MARTIN, M.D. 1860. 

Kilfinane, Co. Limerick ; Bradford. 

BURKE, THOMAS TRAVERS, M.D. 1834. 

" Hibernus " [Grad. Alb.]. 

BURKE, WILLIAM, M.D. 1787. 

"Hibernus" [Grad. Alb.]. 

BURN, ROBERT, LL.D. 1883. 

Rev. ; M.A. ; Fellow and Praelector in Roman Literature and Archaeology, 
Trinity College, Cambridge. 

BURN, WILLIAM, D.D. 1786. 

Minister of (i) a Presbyterian Congregation at Alnwick, (2) the Parish 

of Minto; died gth December, 1826, aged 82; Degree conferred at request 
of Edmund Burke. 

BURNESS, JAMES, LL.D. 1836. 

Physician-General of Bombay ; a relative of the poet Burns ; born at 
Montrose, i2th February, 1801 ; died at London, igth September, 1862. 

BURNET, GEORGE WARDLAW, M.A. 1873, B.L. 1876. 

Advocate, Edinburgh, and Lecturer on Private International Law in 

Edinburgh University. 

BURNETT, EDWARD NAPIER, M.B., CM. 1894. 

Fraserburgh; Milnathort. 

BURNETT, JAMES COMPTON, M.B. 1872, M.D. 1876. 

Glasgow ; Chester ; Birkenhead ; London. 

BURNEY, CHARLES, LL.D. 1792. 

Classical Critic; Teacher at (i) Highgate, (2) Chiswick, (3) Hammersmith, 
(4) Greenwich; Rector of (i) Cliff, Kent, (2) St. Paul's, Deptford; Prebendary 
of Lincoln Cathedral; Chaplain to the King; born at Lynn, Norfolk, 4th 
December, 1757 ; died at Deptford, of apoplexy, 28th December, 1817 ; brother 
of Frances Burney (Madame D'Arblay), the novelist, and son of Charles Bumey, 
author of "History of Music." 

BURNS, ISLAY FERRIER, M.A. 1876. 

Minister of English Presbyterian Church, Darenth, Kent, since 1893 ; 
Snell Exhibitioner, 1876; B.A. Oxon. 1880. 

BURNS, JAMES, M.A. 1793. 

Minister of Brechin; died 2nd January, 1837, aged 63. 

BURNS, JAMES, M.D. 1842. 

"Scotus" [Grad. Alb.]. 



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BURNS, JAMES M'TEAR, M.D. 1852. 

Native of Newtownards, Co. Down; no trace of his career. 

BURNS, JAMES STEVEN, M.A. 1888. 

Minister of Toward Mission Church; died i3th September, 1894, aged 25. 

BURNS, JOHN, CM. 1817, M.D. 1828. 

(i) Private Teacher of Anatomy, Surgery, and Midwifery in Glasgow, 1797- 
99; (2) Professor of Anatomy and Surgery to Anderson's College, 1799-1815; 
(3) First Professor of Surgery in Glasgow University, 1815-1850; born at 
Glasgow, 1774; lost in wreck of steamer "Orion," near Portpatrick, i8th June, 
1850; F.R.S. 1830; son of John Burns, D.D., Minister of the Barony Parish. 

BURNS, JOHN, C.M. 1834. 

Tanderagee, Co. Armagh. 

BURNS, JOHN WILLIAM, B.A. 1856, M.A. 1857. 

Of Kilmahew and Cumbernauld, Advocate. 

BURNS, ROBERT, M.D. 1824, C.M. 1827. 

"Scotus" [Grad. Alb.]. 

BURNS, ROBERT, D.D. 1828. 

Minister of (i) St. George's, Paisley, 1811-43, ( 2 ) St. George's Free Church 

there, 1843-45, (3) Knox Church, Toronto, 1845-56; Professor of Church 

History and Apologetics in Knox College there, 1856-64; born at Bo'ness, 

i3th February, 1789; died in Toronto, igth August, 1869. 

BURNS, ROBERT, C.M. 1830. 

"Scotus" [Grad. Alb.]. 

BURNS, ROBERT, M.B., C.M. 1890, M.D. 1893. 

Glasgow; Sheffield; Glasgow; Garelochhead. 
BURNS, WILLIAM, M.B., C.M. 1895. 

Glasgow. 
BURNSIDE, MALCOLM, M.A. 1797. 

"Fil. n. min. Gualteri Agricolae in Par. de E. Kilpatrick et Com. de 
Dumbarton" [Matric. Alb. 1791]. 
BURNSIDE, ROBERT, M.A. 1874. 

S.S.C. in (i) Edinburgh, (2) Glasgow, (3) New York. 

BURNSIDE, THOMAS, M.A. 1824. 

"Scotus" [Grad. Alb.]. 

BURNSIDE, WILLIAM, M.A. 1769, D.D. 1792. 

Minister of (i) St. John's, Leith, (2) Dumfries; died 5th January, 1806, 
aged 55. 
BURRELL, ADAM GUTHRIE, M.B., C.M. 1892. 

Port-Elizabeth, South Africa. 

BURRELL, WILLIAM GEORGE, M.D. 1813. 

"Scotus" [Grad. Alb.]. 



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BURROUGHS, NEWBURGH, M.A. 1771- 

"Hib s " [Grad. Alb.} 

BURROWES, ARNOLD, M.A. 1769. 

"Filius natu tertius Thomae quondam Armigeri de Stradone in Comitatu 

de Caven, Hibernia" [Matric. Alb. 1766]; complained against for refusing to 

pay accounts due by him to John Bryce, Janitor, and James Marshall [Univ. 

Minute, 3ist March, 1768]. 

BURTON, JOHN TUDHOPE, M.A. 1875. 

U.P. Minister at (i) Newmilns, (2) Nicolson Street, Edinburgh, (3) 
Newton Place, Partick. 

BURTON, THOMAS, M.A. 1792. 

" Filius natu Secundus Thomae de New Houses in parochia de Horton in 
comitatu de York" [Matric. Alb. 1789]. 

BURTON, THOMAS CROWE, M.D. 1840. 

Superintendent of Asylum at (i) Maryborough, Queen's Co., (2) Waterford, 
(3) Castlebar; Physician to the Embassy to St Petersburg and Persia in 1850; 
Rossbeg, Co. Mayo; Westport there; died i7th April, 1889. 

BUTCHART, WILLIAM, M.A. 1881, M.B., CM. 1885. 

Manchester ; Clydebank. 

BUTCHER, SAMUEL HENRY, LL.D. 1885. 

Professor of Greek in the University of Edinburgh since 1882 ; B.A. 
Cantab. 1873; M.A. 1876. 

BUTE, MARQUESS OF, LL.D. 1879. 

Third Marquess ; Donor of the " Bute Hall," Glasgow University ; born 
i2th September, 1847; LL.D. Edin. 1882. 

BUTLER, ALEXANDER, M.B., CM. 1887. 

Glasgow; Kilmalcolm; Port-Glasgow. 

BUTLER, DUGALD, M.A. 1883. 

Minister of Abernethy; son-in-law of Sir James David Marwick (q.v.). 

BUTLER, GEORGE SACKVILLE COTTER, M.D. 1842. 

Castletown, Isle of Man; Ballarat, Australia; J.P. 

BUTLER, HENRY MONTAGU, LL.D. 1893. 

Head Master of Harrow School, 1859-85; Dean of Gloucester, 1885-86; 

Master of Trinity College, Cambridge, since 1886; B.A. Cantab. 1855; 
Fellow of Trinity, 1855 ; born 1833. 

BUTLER, JAMES, M.B., CM. 1896. 

Kilmalcolm. 

BUTLER, JOHN, M.D. 1783. 

"Hybemus" [Grad. Alb.]. 

BUTLER, SAMUEL, M.A. 1807. 

Irish Presbyterian Minister at Magilligan, 1814-62; died g\h January, 1862. 



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BUTLER, WILLIAM, M.B., CM. 1890. 

Hoyland, Yorks. ; London. 

BUTSON, JAMES STRANGE, M.A. 1802. 

"Filius natu Maximus Viri Reverend! Christoph. D.D. Dec. de Waterford 
in comitatu de Waterford in Hybernia" [Matric. Alb. 1800], 

BUTTERCASE, ROBERT, M.B., CM. 1873. 

Cramlington, Northumberland; Dudley there; Longbenton there; Newcastle- 
on-Tyne. 

BYERS, JOHN, B.A. 1846, M.A. 1847. 

"Filius natu secundus Samuelis mercatoris in comitatu de Armagh" 
[Matric. Alb. 1844]. 

BYGRAVE, THOMAS, M.D. 1826. 

" Jamaicensis " [Grad. Alb.]. 

BYRON, HENRY STUART, LL.D. 1828. 

Head Master of the Grammar School at Brighton. 

BYRON, JOHN, M.D. 1803. 

"Filius natu maximus Benjamin. Med. Doctoris in urbe de Lincoln" 
[Matric. Alb. 1802]; M.R.C.S. London [Univ. Minute, 27th May, 1803]. 

CADDELL, WALTER, M.D. 1800. 

" Barbadensis " [Grad. Alb.]. 

CAESAR, JAMES, M.A. 1893. 

Licentiate of the Church of Scotland. 

CAHILL, THOMAS, M.D. 1837. 

London; died 6th February, 1881, aged 73. 

CAHILL, THOMAS STAUNTON, M.D. 1833. 

"Hibernicus" [Grad. Alb.]. 

CAIRO, EDWARD, LL.D. 1894. 

Professor of Moral Philosophy in Glasgow University, 1 866-94 ; Master of 

Balliol College, Oxford, since 1893; Snell Exhibitioner, 1860 ; B.A. Oxon. 1863, 

M.A. 1873; D.C.L. ; LL.D. St. Andrews, 1878; born 22nd March, 1835; 

brother of Principal John Caird (q.v.). 

CAIRO, JOHN, M.A. 1845, D.D. 1860. 

Minister of (i) Newton-upon-Ayr, (2) Lady Yester's, Edinburgh, (3) Errol, 

(4) Park, Glasgow; Professor of Divinity in Glasgow University, 1862 to 1873; 

Principal and Vice-Chancellor since 1873; Gifford Lecturer, 1893 and 1896; 

LL.D. St. Andrews, 1883; D.D. Edin. 1884; born isth December, 1820. 

CAIRNCROSS, THOMAS SCOTT, M.A. 1894, B.D. 1896. 

Licentiate of the U.P. Church. 

CAIRNIE, CHARLES, M.A. 1892. 

M.B., C.M. 1897. 



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CAIRNS, CHARLES HODGE, M.B., CM. 1896. 

Glasgow. 

CAIRNS, DAVID, M.B., C.M. 1878, M.D. 1881. 

Greenock; died 2ist February, 1892, aged 40. 

CAIRNS, JAMES, M.A. 1887. 

B.D. Edin. 1891 ; Curate of St. Gabriel's, Warwick Square, London, S.W. 

CAIRNS, JOHN ALEXANDER, M.A. 1885, B.L. 1888, LL.B. 1888. 

S.S.C., Edinburgh. 

CAIRNS. WILLIAM, M.A. 1802, LL.D. 1838. 

Sometime U.P. Minister at Johnshaven; afterwards Professor of Logic and 

Belles Lettres in the Royal Academical Institution, Belfast; died 2ist April, 1848. 

CAIRNS, WILLIAM, M.B., CM. 1889. 

Gatehouse-of-Fleet ; Glasgow ; Greenock. 

CAITHNESS, JAMES, M.D., CM. 1872. 

Craignish ; Ship Surgeon ; Denbigh. 

CALBRIS, BERNARD, M.D. 1801. 

"Callus" [Grad. Alb.]. 

CALDER, BENJAMIN GEORGE, M.D. 1830. 

"Anglicus" [Grad. Alb.]. 

CALDER, ROBERT, B.Sc. 1874, M.A. 1875. 

H.M. Inspector of Schools. 

CALDERWOOD, GEORGE, M.B., CM. 1872, M.D. 1874. 

Egremont, Cumberland. 

CALDERWOOD, HENRY, LL.D. 1865. 

Minister of Greyfriars U.P. Church, Glasgow, 1856-68; Interim Lecturer 

on Moral Philosophy in University of Glasgow, 1865-66; Examiner in Mental 

Philosophy there, 1863-65 ; Professor of Moral Philosophy in University of 

Edinburgh since 1868. 

CALDERWOOD, HUGH, B.Sc. 1895, M.B., CM. 1896. 

Assistant to Professor of Anatomy in Glasgow University since 1896. 

CALDERWOOD, JAMES, M.A. 1760. 

CALDERWOOD, JOHN, M.B., CM. 1890. 

Longriggend, Lanarkshire; Avonbridge, Stirlingshire. 

CALDERWOOD, JOHN, M.A, 1891, B.L. 1896. 

Law Clerk, Glasgow. 

CALDERWOOD, ROBERT, M.B., CM. 1889. 

Paisley ; Manchester. 

CALDWELL, DAVID, M.A. 1809. 

"Filius natu 3"* Isaaci Agricolae in parochia de Balteaugh in Comitatu de 
Deny" [Matric. Alb. 1807]. 



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CALDWELL, HENRY SWAN, M.D. 1846. 

London. 

CALDWELL, HUGH, M.A. 1760. 

"Filius natu Septimus Samuelis quondam Mercatoris in Comitatu de 
Derry" [Matric. Alb. 1759]. 

CALDWELL, JAMES, M.A. 1768. 

Possibly the same person as James Caldwell, Presbyterian Minister at 
Dundonald, Belfast, 1772 to 1814, who died 2nd October, 1814. 

CALDWELL, JOHN, C.M. 1834. 

"Hibernus" [Grad. Alb.]. 

CALDWELL, JOHN, M.D. 1845. 

"Hibernus" [Grad. Alb.]. 

CALDWELL, PATRICK, M.A. 1764. 

Minister of Norriestown; died 25th March, 1796. 

CALDWELL, RALSTON, M.D. 1802. 

" Fil. n. 2 dus Gulielmi Agricolae in par. de Lochwinnoch Com. de Renfrew " 
[Matric. Alb. 1789], 

CALDWELL, ROBERT, M.A. 1769. 

Possibly the same person as Robert Caldwell, Presbyterian Minister at (i) 

Macosquin, 1772-81, (2) Moville, Co. Donegal, 1784-1823; died January, 1823. 

CALDWELL, ROBERT, B.A. 1837, LL.D. 1857. 

Missionary of (a) the London Missionary Society, 1838-41, (b) the Society 
for the Propagation of the Gospel in Foreign Parts, at (i) Edeyengoody, India, 
1841-83, (2) Tuticorn there, 1883-91; "Assistant Bishop" to the Bishop of 
Madras, for Tinnevelly, 1877-91; D.D. Durham, 1874; born 7th May, 1814; 
died at Pulney Hills, S. India, 28th August, 1891. 

CALDWELL, SAMUEL, M.A. 1798, M.D. 1808. 

"Hibernus" [Grad. Alb.]. 

CALDWELL, WILLIAM SMITH. See SMITH, WILLIAM CALDWELL. 

CALHOUN, GEORGE VILLIERS, M.D. 1862. 

Liverpool. 

CALLAN, HUGH FREEBAIRN, M.A. 1886. 

Minister of Catrine. 

CALLAN, JOHN MANN, M.A. 1882. 

Minister of (i) Annbank, Tarbolton, 1886-95, (2) Presbyterian Church, 
Balwearie, Pictou, Nova Scotia. 

CALLAN, JOSEPH MARK, M.D. 1851. 

Dundalk, Co. Louth ; Coroner for County; died yth May, 1894, aged 65. 

CALLENDER, JAMES, M.B., C.M. 1876. 

Dunscore, Dumfriesshire ; Armley, Yorks. ; Inverness. 



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CAMAC, PETER GAMBLE, M.D. 1845, C.M. 1877. 

Ballymoney, Co. Antrim ; Dervock, same Co. 

CAMERON, ALEXANDER, C.M. 1863. 

Glasgow; Huntington, Quebec. 

CAMERON, ALEXANDER, M.D. 1864, C.M. 1867. 

Fort-William ; Kirton-in-Lindsey, Lines. ; London ; Assistant Surgeon, Bengal 
Medical Service; Epworth, Lines.; Caistor there. 

CAMERON, ALEXANDER, M.B., C.M. 1894. 

Glasgow. 

CAMERON, ALLAN, M.D. 1853. 

Owen Sound, Ontario, Canada. 

CAMERON, ALLAN, M.B., C.M. 1893. 

Invergordon; South Uist 

CAMERON, ARCHIBALD, M.D., C,M. 1867. 

Glasgow; India; Brigade Surgeon-Lieut-CoL I.M.S., Bengal; died at 
London, ist August, 1896. 

CAMERON, ARCHIBALD BORLAND, M.A. 1868, B.D. 1872, D.D. 1893. 

U.P. Minister at (i) Arbroath, (2) College Street, Edinburgh. 

CAMERON, AULAY, M.A. 1728. 

CAMERON, DAVID BARRIE, B.A. 1859, M.A. 1860. 

Minister of Rosebank, Dundee. 

CAMERON, DONALD, M.D. 1845. 

Birkenhead. 

CAMERON, DONALD, M.A, 1883. 

F.C. Minister at (i) Rothes, (2) St. Paul's, Glasgow. 

CAMERON, DONALD, M.A. 1889. 

(i) Assistant Master in F.C. Normal School, Glasgow; (2) Head Master of 
F.C. Seminary, Peterhead; (3) Head Master of Public School, Ellon. 

CAMERON, DUNCAN, C.M. 1826. 

"Scotus" [Grad. Alb.]. 

CAMERON, DUNCAN, M.A. 1896. 

Student of Theology in Glasgow University. 

CAMERON, EVAN, M.B., CM. 1869, M.D. 1871. 

Denholm, Roxburghshire; died 3oth September, 1871, aged 25. 

CAMERON, EWAN, C.M. 1827. 

"Scotus" [Grad. Alb.]. 

CAMERON, EWEN J. M.D. 1838. 

"Anglus" [Grad. Alb.]. 



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CAMERON, HECTOR CLARE, M.B., CM. 1866, M.D. 1868. 

Glasgow : Member of University Court (as General Council Assessor) 

since 1889; Surgeon and Lecturer on Clinical Surgery in Western Infirmary; 

Degree Examiner on Surgery and Clinical Surgery in the University, 1881-82. 

CAMERON, HENRY PATERSON, M.A. 1874. 

Minister of Milton, Glasgow, 1879-90. 

CAMERON, HUGH, M.A. 1893. 

Teacher in Glasgow. 

CAMERON, JAMES, C.M. 1818. 

"Scotus" [Grad. Alb.]. 

CAMERON, JAMES, M.A. 1840. 

"Scotus" [Grad. Alb.]. 

CAMERON, JAMES, LL.D. 1871. 

B.A. Lond. ; (i) Congregational Minister at Green Point, Cape Town; (2) 
Professor of Classical Literature in the South African College, Cape Town. 

CAMERON, JAMES, M.A. 1885, B.D. 1890. 

Minister of Craigmore U.P. Church, Rothesay. 

CAMERON, JAMES ROBERTSON, M.A. 1890. 

U.P. Minister of Craigs and Dun tocher. 

CAMERON, JAMES WHITE, B.L. 1881. 

Writer, (i) in Glasgow, (2) at Wangaratta, Australia, (3) at Pollokshaws. 

CAMERON, JAMES WILSON, M.B., CM. 1885. 

Swansea; Glasgow (Lecturer on Bacteriology in Veterinary College). 

CAMERON, JOHN, M.A. 1739. 

" Filius Donaldi Cameron fratris Angusi Campbell de Kinlochlevin in Com. 
de Inverness" [Matric. Alb. 1736]. 

CAMERON, JOHN, C.M. 1820. 

"Scotus" [Grad. Alb.]. 

CAMERON, JOHN, M.D. 1843. 

Liverpool ; sometime Lecturer in Royal Infirmary School of Medicine there. 

CAMERON, JOHN, M.D. 1855. 

Lochcarron; Arisaig; Falkland, Fife; Epworth, Lines. 

CAMERON, JOHN, B.A. 1857, M.A. 1858, D.D. 1885. 

Minister of (i) Dundee (Canada East), (2) Campbeltown, (3) Dunoon. 

CAMERON, JOHN, M.D. 1859. 

Glasgow; Chatham; Assistant Surgeon, H.M. Indian Service. 

CAMERON, JOHN, M.D. 1870. 

Govan; Port-Ellen, Islay; died i2th September, 1879, aged 42. 

CAMERON, JOHN, M.B., C.M. 1883. 

Strathbungo ; Abergavenny ; Bristol. 



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CAMERON, JOHN, M.A. 1887, B.D. 1888. 

Assistant Chaplain (Church of Scotland), Bengal; son of John Cameron, 
D.D. 1885 (q.v.) 
CAMERON, JOHN ANGUS, M.B., CM. 1889. 

Glasgow; Inverkip; Lagganbuie, Dalmally. 

CAMERON, JOHN CHARLES, M.D. 1835. 

Deputy Inspector-General of Hospitals; for 20 years Army Medical Officer 
in Ceylon and India; died 1870. 

CAMERON, JOHN LAWSON, M.A. 1884. 

Son of U.P. Minister, Mearns; intended to follow out legal profession, 
but relinquished it on account of ill-health, and went to South Africa. 

CAMERON, JOHN MACALLUM, M.B., CM. 1879. 

Ship Surgeon ; Glasgow ; Old Kilpatrick ; F.S.A. 

CAMERON, MATTHEW, M.B., CM. 1890. 

Gilston, Fife; Dreghorn; Dumfries. 

CAMERON, MATTHEW BROWN, M.A. 1890. 

(i) First Assistant, Kelso High School ; (2) Science and Mathematical Master, 
West Coats School, Cambuslang; (3) Rector's Assistant, Greenock Academy; 
(4) Professor of English Literature and Logic in Canning College, Lucknow. 

CAMERON, MURDOCH, M.B., C.M. 1870, M.D. 1872. 

Helensburgh ; Glasgow ; Assistant to Professor of Midwifery in Glasgow 
University, 1885-94; Professor of Midwifery therein since 1894. 

CAMERON, ROBERT, M.D. 1838. 

Huddersfield; died 2nd June, 1874, aged 59. 

CAMERON, SAMUEL, M.A. 1835. 

Minister of Logierait; died circa 1874. 

CAMERON, THOMAS, M.D. 1764. 

Practitioner in Worcester for 34 years ; matriculated at Balliol College, 

Oxford, 27th June, 1717, aged 13; B.A. Oxon. 1721, M.A. gth March, 1723-24; 

in 1729 and 1730 performed his exercises for the Degrees of Bachelor and 

Doctor of Medicine of Oxford. 

CAMERON, THOMAS, M.B., CM. 1887. 

Ship Surgeon ; Portsonachan, Argyllshire ; Hull. 

CAMPBEL, JAMES, M.A. 1826. 

"Scotus" [Grad. Alb.]. 

CAMPBELL, ALEXANDER, M.A. 1755. 

CAMPBELL, ALEXANDER, M.A. 1776. 

"Scotus" [Grad. Alb.]. 

CAMPBELL, ALEXANDER, M.A. 1781. 

"Scotus" [Grad. Alb.]. 



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CAMPBELL, ALEXANDER, M.A. 1798. 

"Scotus" [Grad. Alb.]. 

CAMPBELL, ALEXANDER, B.L. 1882. 

Writer, Glasgow. 

CAMPBELL, ALEXANDER, M.B., C.M. 1891. 

Govan. 

CAMPBELL, ALEXANDER ELLIOT, M.D. 1833. 

Surgeon, First Life Guards; son of Duncan Campbell of Otter, and son- 
in-law of Principal Duncan Macfarlan (q.v.); born 25th May, 1809, died 23rd 
August, 1848. 

CAMPBELL, ALEXANDER FRASER, M.A. 1892. 

(i) Assistant Teacher in Glasgow; (2) Mathematical Master in North Public 
School, Alexandria, N.B. ; (3) Head Master of Main Street Public School there. 

CAMPBELL, ALEXANDER SCOTT, M.A. 1893. 

Minister of the Congregational Church at Morecambe, Lancashire, since 
1895. 

CAMPBELL, ANDREW, M.A. 1803. 

" Scotus" [Grad. Alb.]. 

CAMPBELL, ANGUS, M.B., C.M. 1878, M.D. 1883. 

Lamlash, Arran; Glasgow; Lugar; London. 

CAMPBELL, ARCHIBALD, M.A. 1755. 

CAMPBELL, ARCHIBALD, LL.D. 1815. 

Of Blythswood; M.P. for Glasgow Burghs, etc.; Rector of Glasgow 
University, 1809-1811; Dean of Faculties, 1815-17, 1819-21, 1823-5, l % 2 7-9> 
1831-3, and 1835-7; died isth June, 1838, aged 75. 

CAMPBELL, ARCHIBALD, M.D. 1832. 

Oban; died loth February, 1863, aged 54. 

CAMPBELL, ARCHIBALD, M.A. 1861. 

Free Church Minister at Errol. 

CAMPBELL, ARCHIBALD, M.B., C.M. 1875. 

Tarbert, Lochfyne; Glasgow; Ratcliffe-on-Trent. 

CAMPBELL, ARCHIBALD, M.A. 1881, M.B., C.M. 1886. 

Ship Surgeon; Campbeltown; Biggar. 

CAMPBELL, ARCHIBALD, M.B., C.M. 1887. 

Newcastle-on-Tyne. 

CAMPBELL, ARCHIBALD, M.B., C.M. 1894. 

Furnace, Loch Fyne. ., 

CAMPBELL, ARCHIBALD ALEXANDER, D.D. 1895. 

Minister of (i) Lonmay, 1871-74, (2) Crathie, 1874-96, when resigned. 

CAMPBELL, SIR ARCHIBALD CAMPBELL, BART. See BLYTHSWOOD, BARON. 



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CAMPBELL, ARCHIBALD DUNCAN, B.L. 1895. 

Writer, Glasgow. 

CAMPBELL, ARCHIBALD PRENTICE, M.B., CM. 1892. 

Glasgow; Ship Surgeon; Haywood, Lanarkshire. 

CAMPBELL, ARCHIBALD THOMSON, M.B., CM. 1886. 

Tighnabruaich ; Ship Surgeon ; Glasgow. 

CAMPBELL, CHARLES, M.A. 1884, B.D. 1889. 

Minister of Graham Street Free Church, Airdrie. 

CAMPBELL, CHARLES ARCHIBALD, M.D. 1836. 

Montreal ; London ; Slough, Bucks. 

CAMPBELL, CHARLES DRELINCOURT, M.D. 1853. 

Oldcastle, Co. Meath ; Staff-Assistant-Surgeon, Gambia ; died of yellow 
fever, 25th August, 1860, at McCarthy Island, Africa. 

CAMPBELL, COLIN. M.A. 1750. 

CAMPBELL, COLIN, M.A. 1766. 

"Scotus" [Grad. Alb.]. 

CAMPBELL, COLIN, B.A. 1834. 

"Scotus" [Grad. Alb.]. 

CAMPBELL, COLIN, M.A. 1874, B.D. 1877, D.D. 1892. 

Minister of (i) St. Mary's, Partick, 1878-82, (2) Dundee Parish since 1882; 
born 29th July, 1848. 

CAMPBELL, DANIEL, M.A. 1883. 

Intended for Free Church Ministry, but fell into ill-health (consumption) 
and acted for some time as a Teacher in Adelaide and Uunedin ; born at Muthill, 
1854; died in Edinburgh, iyth January, 1893. 

CAMPBELL, DAVID, LL.D. 1747. 

Chaplain to the Royal Hospital at Greenwich. 

CAMPBELL, DAVID, M.A. 1875, B.L. 1877. 

Solicitor, Melbourne. 

CAMPBELL, DAVID BIRRELL, M.B., CM. 1892. 

Glasgow; Ship Surgeon; Saltcoats. 

CAMPBELL, DAVID JAMES MACGOUN, M.B., CM. 1894. 

Glasgow. 

CAMPBELL, DAVID L. CM. 1833. 

"Scotus" [Grad. Alb.]. 

CAMPBELL, DONALD, ' M.D. 1864, CM. 1867. 

Tarbert, Loch Fyne; Calne, Wilts. 

CAMPBELL, DONALD, M.B. 1867, M.D. 1874. 

Bunawe ; Munlochy, Ross-shire ; Acharra, Argyleshire ; Ballachulish. 



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CAMPBELL, DONALD, M.A. 1882. 

Teacher in (i) Dunfermline High School, 1882-84, ( 2 ) Dean Public School, 
Edinburgh, since 1884. 

CAMPBELL, DONALD, M.A. 1889. 

Teacher in (i) Stonelaw Public School, Rutherglen, 1888, (2) Eastpark 
Public School, Maryhill, 1888-92, (3) Billhead Public School, Glasgow, 1892-94, 
(4) High School, Glasgow (Modern Languages), since 1895. 

CAMPBELL, DONALD COCHRANE, M.D. 1844. 

Assistant Medical Officer, Glasgow Lunatic Asylum; Resident Physician, 
Aberdeen Lunatic Asylum ; Resident Physician and Superintendent, Lunatic 
Asylum, Brentwood, Essex ; died 8th August, 1884. 

CAMPBELL, DUGALD, M.A. 1775. 

"Filius maximus Patricii agricolae in Comit. Argathelie Parochia Kilmorden" 
[Matric. Alb. 1771]. 

CAMPBELL, DUGALD, M.D., CM. 1834. 

"Scotus" [Grad. Alb.]. 

CAMPBELL, DUGALD, M.D. 1862. 

Alva ; Government Emigration Service, New Zealand ; Machynlleth, Wales ; 
Waterbeach, Cambs. ; Alfreton, Derbyshire; Lochgilphead ; J.P. 

CAMPBELL, DUGALD, M.B., CM. 1882. 

Lugar; Waimea, Kauai, Hawaiian Islands. 

CAMPBELL, DUNCAN, M.D. 1830. 

"Scotus" [Grad. Alb.]. 
CAMPBELL, DUNCAN, M.A. 1887. 

Licentiate of the Free Church. 

CAMPBELL, EDWARD ELLIS, M.B., CM. 1872. 

Murton, Co. Durham; Knock, Isle Ornsay; died 26th December, 1878, 
aged 28. 
CAMPBELL, FINLAY STEWART, M.B., CM. 1888, M.D. 1895. 

Ship Surgeon ; Glasgow. 
CAMPBELL, FRANCIS, M.D. 1748. 

Hereford. 

CAMPBELL, FRANCIS, M.D. 1829. 

Gladesville, N.S. Wales. 
CAMPBELL, FRANCIS JOSEPH, LL.D. 1882. 

Royal Normal College and Academy of Music for the Blind, Upper 
Norwood, London. 

CAMPBELL, GEORGE WILLIAM, M.A. 1828, M.D. 1832. 

Of Peaton, Dumbartonshire; Practitioner " in Montreal, and Professor of 

Surgery in M'Gill University there; born igth October, 1810; died (at 

24 George Square, Edinburgh, while on a visit to his son-in-law, David Scott 

Moncrieff, W.S.) 3oth May, 1882. 



ROLL OF GRADUATES g\ 

CAMPBELL, GILBERT, M.B. 1878. 

Glasgow; Partick. 

CAMPBELL, HENRY, C.M. 1826. 

"Hibernus" [Grad. Alb.]. 

CAMPBELL, HENRY. See CAMPBELL-BANNERMAN. 

CAMPBELL, HENRY JAMES, M.A. 1896. 

Teacher in Stewartville Public School, Partick. 

CAMPBELL, SIR ILAY, BART., LL.D. 1804. 

Of Succoth; Advocate; Lord President of the Court of Session, under 

(for a time) judicial title of Lord Succoth, 1789-1808; Rector of Glasgow 

University, 1799-1801 ; M.P. for Glasgow District of Burghs; born at Edinburgh, 

23rd August, 1734; died 28th March, 1823. 

CAMPBELL, JAMES (primus), M.A. 1730. 

CAMPBELL, JAMES (secundus), M.A. 1730. 

CAMPBELL, JAMES, M.A. 1737. 

CAMPBELL, JAMES, M.D. 1741. 

CAMPBELL, JAMES, M.D. 1817. 

"Late Surgeon in the Navy" [Univ. Minute, 3rd June, 1817]. 

CAMPBELL, JAMES, M.B. 1874, M.D. 1879. 

Ship Surgeon; Rockhampton, Queensland; Brisbane there. 

CAMPBELL, JAMES, M.A. 1887. 

Tea Merchant at (i) Brighton, (2) Crowborough, Sussex. 

CAMPBELL, JAMES, M.A. 1890. 

Teacher in Glasgow Public Schools, viz., (i) Springfield, (2) Grove Street, 
(3) Woodside. 

CAMPBELL, JAMES ALEXANDER, LL.D. 1874. 

Of Stracathro; Merchant in Glasgow till 1876; Member of Glasgow Uni- 
versity Court, 1869-1887; M.P. for Universities of Glasgow and Aberdeen since 
1880; LL.D. St. Andrews, 1885; brother of Sir Henry Campbell-Bannerman 
(q.v.); born 2oth April, 1825. 

CAMPBELL, JAMES BLACK, M.A. 1891. 

Sometime Teacher; thereafter Probationer of U.P. Church; died at 
31 Scotia Street, Glasgow, 2oth November, 1895, aged 28. 

CAMPBELL, JAMES DICK, M.B., C.M. 1890. 

Barr, Ayrshire; Navenby, Lines. 

CAMPBELL, JAMES EDWARD, M.A. 1875, B.L. 1876. 

Writer, Paisley. 

CAMPBELL, JAMES HAMILTON, M.B., C.M. 1890. 

Glasgow; Partick; son of Gilbert Campbell, M.B. (q.v.). 



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CAMPBELL, JAMES JENKINS, M.B., CM. 1883, M.D. 1888. 

Balmaghie, Kirkcudbright ; Castle-Douglas ; Broughton-in-Furness, Lanes. ; 
Newcastle-on-Tyne. 

CAMPBELL, JAMES M'KINNELL, M.A. 1888. 

F.C. Minister at Lochgoilhead. 

CAMPBELL, SIR JAMES MACNABB, M.A. 1866, LL.D. 1885. 

Superintendent of Stamps and Stationery, and Income Tax Commissioner, 
Bombay; compiler of Gazetteer of Bombay Presidency; C.I.E. 1885; K.C.I.E. 
1897; born 1846; son of John M'Leod Campbell, D.D. (q.v.). 

CAMPBELL, JAMES ROBERTSON, M.A. 1835, D.D. 1862. 

Congregational Minister at (i) Montrose, (2) Albany Street, Edinburgh, 
(3) Bradford; died there, ist December, 1884, aged 70. 

CAMPBELL, JOHN, LL.D. 1754. 

Author of Lives of the English Admirals, etc., etc. ; " The richest author 

that ever grazed the common of literature" [Dr. Johnson]; His Majesty's 

Agent (1765) for the province of Georgia; born at Edinburgh, 8th March, 1708; 

died at London, 28th December, 1775. 

CAMPBELL, JOHN, M.D. 1796. 

"Hibernus" [Grad. Alb.]. 

CAMPBELL, JOHN, M.A. 1804. 

"Scotus" [Grad. Alb.]. 

CAMPBELL, JOHN, M.D. 1818. 

Surgeon, Military Prison, Greenlaw, Penicuik. 

CAMPBELL, JOHN, CM. 1820. 

"Hibernus" [Grad. Alb.]. 

CAMPBELL, JOHN, CM. 1821. 

"Scotus" [Grad. Alb.]. 

CAMPBELL, JOHN, CM. 1824. 

"Scotus" [Grad. Alb.]. 

CAMPBELL, JOHN, D.D. 1830. 

Minister of Dunoon ; died 28th April, 1831, aged 55. 

CAMPBELL, JOHN, M.D. 1830. 

Largs; died i4th May, 1873, aged 81. 

CAMPBELL, JOHN, M.D. 1841. 

Possibly Inveraray. 

CAMPBELL, JOHN, M.D. 1847. 

Inveraray ; Staff-Surgeon, Army. 

CAMPBELL, JOHN, M.D. 1848. 

R.N. 
CAMPBELL, JOHN, M.D. 1862 

Glasgow; Johnstone. 



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CAMPBELL, JOHN, M.A. 1867, B.D. 1870. 

Minister of (i) Newhall, Glasgow, (2) Airdrie, (3) Kirkcaldy. 

CAMPBELL, JOHN, M.B. 1868, M.D. 1873. 

Leith; Surgeon, R.N. ; Glasgow; died 25th April, 1875. 

CAMPBELL, JOHN, M.D. 1869. 

Dunmow, Essex: Gloucester. 

CAMPBELL, JOHN, M.A. 1888, B.D. 1891. 

Minister of Monquhitter, Aberdeenshire, since September, 1897. 

CAMPBELL, JOHN ALEXANDER, *M.A. 1890. 

F.C. Minister at Tobermory. 

CAMPBELL, JOHN ARCHIBALD, M.D., CM. 1865. 

North Knapdale ; Sedgefield, Durham ; Carlisle. 

CAMPBELL, JOHN M'LEOD, D.D. 1868. 

Minister of Row, Dumbartonshire, 1825-31; deposed for "heresy," 24th 

(6 a.m. 25th) May, 1831; Evangelist in Highlands, 1831-32; preached, without 

remuneration, to a congregation in Glasgow, 1833-59; retired 1859; born at 

Kilninver, 4th May, 1800; died at Rosneath, 27th February, 1872. 

CAMPBELL, JOHN MECULLA, B.A. 1853, M.A. 1854. 

"Hibernus" [Grad. Alb.]. 

CAMPBELL, JOHN MORROW, B.Sc. 1887. 

(i) Lecturer on Organic Chemistry in Glasgow and West of Scotland 
Technical College; (2) Analyst, Teheran, Persia; (3) Mining Engineer, Half 
Assini, Gold Coast, West Africa. 

CAMPBELL, JOHN MUNRO, M.B., C.M. 1890. 

Glasgow ; Caersws, Montg. ; Pollokshaws. 

CAMPBELL, LEWIS, LL.D. 1871. 

Vicar of Milford, Hants., 1858-63 ; Professor of Greek in the University of St. 
Andrews, 1863-92, when retired; Snell Exhibitioner, 1850; B.A. Oxon. 1853; 
Fellow of Queen's College, 1855; M - A - l8 5 6 - 

CAMPBELL, MALCOLM, M.B., CM. 1896. 

Glasgow. 

CAMPBELL, MARCUS DILL, B.A. 1845, M.A. 1846, M.D. 1850. 

Belonged to Ramelton, Co. Donegal; no trace of his career. 

CAMPBELL, MATTHEW GARDINER, M.A, 1871. 

English Presbyterian Minister at Falstone. 

CAMPBELL, NEIL (primus), CM. 1831. 

Greenock. 

CAMPBELL, NEIL (secundus), CM. 1831. 

"Scotus" [Grad. Alb.]. 



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CAMPBELL, NEIL M'NAB, M.D., CM. 1865. 

Greenock; Oban; died 5th January, 1897. 

CAMPBELL, NIEL, M.B., C.M. 1891. 

Glasgow. 

CAMPBELL, PATRICK, M.A. 1752. 

CAMPBELL, PATRICK, M.A. 1849. 

"Films natu minimus defuncti Gulielmi agricolae in comitatu de Donegal" 
[Matric. Alb. 1844]. 

CAMPBELL, PETER, M.D. 1857. 

CriefT; Bridge of Allan; London; Crieff; died 3rd December, 1880. 

CAMPBELL, RICHARD, M.A. 1737. 

"Sc: Hib:" [Grad. Alb.]. 

CAMPBELL, RICHARD VARY, B.A. 1860, M.A. 1861. 

Advocate, Edinburgh; Examiner for Law Degrees in Glasgow University, 
1874-78; Sheriff of (i) Dumfries and Galloway, 1890-96, (2) Berwick, Roxburgh, 
and Selkirk, since 1896; LL.B. Edin. 1865. 

CAMPBELL, ROBERT, M.A. 1756. 

Minister of Erskine Secession Church, Stirling; died 3Oth June, 1803, 
aged 65. 

CAMPBELL, ROBERT ALLAN, M.B., C.M. 1873. 

Lesmahagow; Ship Surgeon; Newcastle-on-Tyne. 

CAMPBELL, SAMUEL, M.D. 1856. 

Fleet Surgeon, R.N. 

CAMPBELL, SAMUEL HENRY, M.D. 1844, C.M. 1862. 

Portrush, Co. Antrim ; Stoke-upon-Trent ; Liverpool ; Portrush. 

CAMPBELL, THOMAS, M.A. 1752. 

" Filius natu maximus quondam Thomae Campbell de Holehead in Parochia 
de Logic in Com. Perth" [Matric. Alb. 1749]. 

CAMPBELL, THOMAS, D.D. 1810 

Minister of Ancrum ; died i2th February, 1832. 

CAMPBELL, THOMAS, M.A. 1811. 

"Hibernus" [Grad. Alb.]. 

CAMPBELL, THOMAS, LL.D. 1827. 

The Poet; Author of " The Pleasures of Hope," " The Battle of Hohenlinden " 
(which he witnessed), "Ye Mariners of England," "The Battle of the Baltic," etc., 
etc.; Studied at Glasgow University; Lord Rector thereof, 1826-29; born in High 
Street, Glasgow, 27th July, 1777; died at Boulogne, i5th June, 1844; buried in 
Poets' Corner, Westminster Abbey, 3rd July, 1844. 

CAMPBELL, THOMPSON, M.B., C.M. 1895. 

Glasgow. 



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CAMPBELL, WALTER ALLISON, M.A. 1891. 

Real Estate Agent, 1915 Jefferson Street, Toledo, Ohio, U.S. A. 

CAMPBELL, WALTER SCOTT, M.B., CM. 1880. 

Balmaghie, Kirkcudbright; Newton-Stewart; Crediton, Devon. 

CAMPBELL, WILLIAM, M.A. 1763. 

CAMPBELL, WILLIAM, D.D. 1799. 

Rector of Killenshale, in the Diocese of Armagh, and Vicar of Newry. 

CAMPBELL, WILLIAM, M.A. 1810. 

Possibly one of (a) William Campbell, Irish Presbyterian Minister at dough, 
Co. Down, 1813-29, who died 2nd April, 1829, (b} William Campbell, Irish Presby- 
terian Minister at Ballymena, 1819-72, who died 26th January, 1872. 

CAMPBELL, WILLIAM, CM. 1831. 

Port-Ellen, Islay ; died 28th June, 1880. 

CAMPBELL, WILLIAM, M.A. 1836, M.D. 1840. 

London. 

CAMPBELL, WILLIAM, M.D. 1848. 

Dundee. 

CAMPBELL, WILLIAM, M.A. 1873. 

Minister of (i) Foulden, (2) Craigie; B.D. Edin. 1876. 

CAMPBELL, WILLIAM, M.B., CM. 1883. 

Glasgow ; died 1884. 

CAMPBELL, WILLIAM, M.A. 1888, B.D. 1891. 

Minister of Kilbride since 1896. 

CAMPBELL, WILLIAM, M.B., CM. 1893. 

Sunderland; Glasgow. 

CAMPBELL, WILLIAM ALBERT, M.A. 1872. 

Minister of Cargill. 

CAMPBELL, WILLIAM ANGUS, M.B., CM. 1880. 

Oban ; Blaenavon, Mon. ; Sheffield. 

CAMPBELL, WILLIAM DAVID, M.B., CM. 1885. 

Shawlands; died 28th February, 1897, aged 42. 

CAMPBELL, WILLIAM M'KEAN, M.A. 1888, B.D. 1892. 

Minister of Fiiitry since 1896. 

CAMPBELL-BANNERMAN, SIR HENRY, LL.D. 1883. 

M.P. for Stirling Burghs since 1868; Financial Secretary of the War 
Office, 1871-74 and 1880-82; Secretary to the Admiralty, 1882-84; Chief 
Secretary for Ireland, 1884-85; Secretary of State for War, 1886 and 1892-95; 
P.C. 1884; brother of James Alexander Campbell, LL.D., M.P. (q.v.); born 
7th September, 1836. 



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CAMPSIE, JAMES, M.A. 1889. 

Teacher in Calder Street Public School, Govanhill, Glasgow. 

CANDLISH, HENRY, M.D. 1858. 

Dalmellington ; Alnwick; Ayr; died i8th March, 1893, aged 57. 

CANDLISH, JAMES, M.A. 1781. 

Teacher of Medicine, Edinburgh; father of James Smith Candlish, M.A. 
1819 (q.v.), and of Robert Smith Candlish, M.A. 1823 (q.v.); died zgth April, 
1806; married Jane Smith, one of "The Mauchline Belles." 

CANDLISH, JAMES SMITH, M.A. 1819. 

Medical Practitioner in Glasgow; appointed Professor of Surgery in 

Anderson's College, 1829, but died that year, of typhus fever, before he could 

enter on duty; brother of Robert Smith Candlish, M.A. 1823, (q.v.), and son 

of James Candlish, M.A. 1781 (q.v.). 

CANDLISH, JAMES SMITH, D.D. 1874. 

F.C. Minister at (i) Logiealmond, 1863-68, (2) Aberdeen East, 1868-72; 

Professor of Theology in Free Church College, Glasgow, 1872-97; bom at 

Edinburgh, 1835; died at Tarbolton, 7th March, 1897; M.A. Edin. 1858; 

son of Robert Smith Candlish, M.A. 1823 (q.v.). 

CANDLISH, ROBERT SMITH, M.A. 1823. 

Minister of (i) St. George's, Edinburgh, (2) Free St. George's there; 
Principal of New College there; D.D. Edin. 1865; born 1806; died igth 
October, 1873; son of James Candlish, M.A. 1781 (q.v.). 

CANE, HERBERT DU, M.B., CM. 1891. 

London ; Darwen, Lanes. 

CANE, ROBERT, M.D. 1842. 

Kilkenny; Mayor thereof, 1844; died i7th August, 1858, aged 52. 

CANNAN, DAVID, M.A. 1884. 

Studied Medicine; born at Pernambuco, Brazil, 2ist May, 1863; last 
known address, 25 Mornington Road, Bow, London, E. ; understood to have 
gone abroad. 

CANNING, JOHN, M.A. 1825. 

Irish Presbyterian Minister at Malin, 1832-77; died 26th November, 1877. 

CANNON, WILLIAM ROBERT, M.A. 1892. 

Teacher in (i) Glasgow, (2) Cambuslang. 

CANT, WILLIAM, B.A. 1860, M.A. 1861. 

Born in Perthshire, 1837; son of Andrew Cant, Merchant or Tradesman; 
no further information. 



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CANTERBURY, ARCHBISHOP OF, LL.D. 1868. 

Archibald Campbell Tait; Curate of Baldon, 1836-41; Head Master of 
Rugby School, 1842-50; Dean of Carlisle, 1850-56; Bishop of London, 1856-69; 
Archbishop of Canterbury, 1868-82; born at Edinburgh, 22nd December, 1811; 
died at Croydon, 3rd December, 1882; Snell Exhibitioner, 1829; B.A. Oxon. 
1833; Fellow, 1834; Tutor, 1835; M.A. 1836; D.C.L. 1842; grandson of Sir 
Ilay Campbell, LL.D. (q.v.). 

CANTLIE, JOHN, M.A. 1734. 

"Filius Johannis Cantley in Newport Glasgow" [Matric. Alb. 1730]; 
matriculated at Balliol College, Oxford, loth October, 1737, aged 20; brother 
of William Cantlie, M.A. (q.v.). 

CANTLIE, WILLIAM, M.A. 1737. 

"Filius Joannis Cantlie Scribae publici in oppid. Portus novi Glasguencis 
ad Glotae Aestuarium" [Matric. Alb. 1730]; matriculated at Balliol College, 
Oxford, loth October, 1737, aged 20; brother of John Cantlie, M.A. (q.v.). 

CAPE, JOHN, M.A, 1731. 

"Ang:" [Grad. Alb.]. 

CAPIE, SAMUEL, M.B., C.M. 1895. 

Glasgow. 

CAPPON, JAMES, MA. 1882. 

Professor of English Language and Literature in Queen's University, 
Kingston, Canada. 

CAPPS, WASHINGTON LEE, B.Sc. 1888. 

Ensign, U.S. Navy. 

CARDIFF, JOSEPH RADFORD, M.D. 1858. 

Bridgetown, Co. Wexford ; Ballinabola, same Co. ; Carrigbyrne, same Co. 

CARDROSS, LORD. See BUCHAN, EARL OF. 

CAREY, FRANCIS VIZE, M.D., C.M. 1839. 

"Hibernus" [Grad. Alb.]. 

CAREY, RICHARD, M.D. 1839. 

Newtownbarry, Co. Wexford; died 1869. 

CAREY, THOMAS, M.D. 1839. 

"Hibernus" [Grad. Alb.]. 

CARLEY, JAMES, M.A. 1807. 

"Filius natu maximus Joannis Agricolae in parochia de Templecorran in 
comitatu de Antrim in Hybernia" [Matric. Alb. 1804]. 

CARLILE, FRANCIS, M.A. 1788. 

"Hibernus" [Grad. Alb.]. 

CARLILE, JAMES, D.D. 1845. 

Minister of Mary's Abbey Presbyterian Congregation, Dublin ; born at 
Paisley, 1784; ordained 1813; died 3151 March, 1854. 



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CARLILE, NEWTON, CM. 1826. 

"Hibernus" [Grad. Alb.]. 

CARLISLE, ANDREW, M.A. 1757. 

" Filius natu 3 ius Davidis Mercatoris in parochia de Derrynoose in Com. 
Armagh in Hib." [Matric. Alb. 1752]. 

CARLYLE, DAVID, M.D. 1851. 

Lochmaben; Carlisle; died 4th January, 1892, aged 64. 

CARLYLE, JOHN, M.B., C.M. 1876, M.D. 1880. 

Greenock; Auchmull; Aberdeen; Greenock. 

CARLYLE, ROBERT, M.A. 1781. 

Irish Presbyterian Minister at Ballinderry, 1784-94, when disannexed from 
charge on account of indisposition. 

CARMALT, THOMAS BARRY, M.D. 1835. 

Greenock. 

CARMICHAEL, ALEXANDER ROSS, M.B., C.M. 1886. 

Glasgow ; Cathcart. 

CARMICHAEL, DANIEL, M.B., C.M. 1871. 

Tarbert, Loch Fyne; Portree; Pollokshields ; Lochgilphead ; Tarbert. 

CARMICHAEL, DANIEL GEORGE, M.B., C.M. 1896. 

Glasgow. 

CARMICHAEL, GERSCHOM, M.A. 1733. 

Library Keeper to the University, 1737-39; Minister of (i) Monimail, (2) 
Second Charge, Dundee; died 6th November, 1761, aged 61 ; son of Professor 
Gerschom Carmichael. 

CARMICHAEL, HENRY, M.B., C.M. 1894. 

Glasgow. 

CARMICHAEL, HUGH, M.A. 1890. 

Licentiate of the U.P. Church. 

CARMICHAEL, JAMES, M.D. 1799. 

" Scoto-Britt 5 " [Grad. Alb.]. 

CARMICHAEL, JAMES, M.D. 1843. 

Fleet-Surgeon, R.N. ; died at n Walmer Crescent, Glasgow, 2ist February. 
1891, aged 89. 

CARMICHAEL, JOHN, M.A. 1825. 

"F. n. 2 dus Joannis Artificis Glasguensis" [Matric. Alb. 1816]. 

CARMICHAEL, JOHN, M.A. 1861. 

Born at Killin, Perthshire, 1830; son of Joseph Carmichael, Land Steward. 

CARMICHAEL, NEIL, M.B., C.M. 1870, M.D. 1872. 

Glasgow : Lecturer on ( i ) Materia Medica, Western Medical School there, 
(2) Bacteriology, St. Mungo's College. 



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CARMICHAEL, PATRICK. M.A., M.D. 1749. 

At time of graduation, Chief Surgeon of one of the Dutch Regiments ; 
thereafter Physician in Glasgow; son of Professor Gerschom Carmichael, and 
son-in-law of Professor Thomas Reid. 

CARMICHAEL, PETER, B.A. 1857, M.A. 1858. 

"Fil. nat. max. Joannis, Colon! in insula de Islay" [Matric, Alb. 1852]. 

CARMICHAEL, PETER, M.A. 1870, B.D. 1878. 

Minister of (i) R.P. Church, Airdrie, (2) English Presbyterian Church, 
Highbury, London. 

CARMICHAEL, WILLIAM GEORGE HEYWOOD, M.A. 1866. 

Minister of East Church, Perth. 

CARMICHAELL, DAVID, M.A. 1731. 

CARNEY, PHILIP, M.D. 1836. 

"Hibernus" [Grad. Alb.]. 

CARPENTER, LANT, LL.D. 1806. 

Librarian at Liverpool Athenaeum, 1802-5; Unitarian Minister at Bristol; 

previously at Birmingham and Exeter; born at Kidderminster, 2nd September, 

1780; accidentally drowned, on passage from Naples to Leghorn, 5th April, 1840. 

CARPENTER, THOMAS COULSON, M.D. 1813. 

Went out, October, 1794, as Surgeon's mate on board H.M. Sloop 
" Providence," on voyage of discovery to North Pacific, vessel wrecked in 
Chinese waters, May, 1797 ; thereafter practised for some time as an Apothecary; 
latterly settled at Lyme Regis, and became Recorder of that town; died at 
Birmingham, while on way to Buxton for benefit of his health, loth October, 
1833, aged 55. 

CARR, JOHN, M.D. 1836. 

"Hibernicus" [Grad. Alb.]. 

CARR, JOHN, M.B., CM. 1876. 

Glasgow; London; Southampton; died 1889. 

CARR, JONAS KING, M.D. 1842. 

Deputy Surgeon-General, Army; Cheltenham. 

CARR, WILLIAM, M.A, 1814. 

"Filius natu maximus Thomae, mercatoris in oppido de Newry, comitatu de 
Down, in Hibernia" [Matric. Alb. 1813]. 

CARR, WILLIAM, M.B. 1873. 

Glasgow ; Dundee ; Glasgow (Medical Officer of Barlinnie Prison) ; Cambus- 
lang. 
CARRICK, ANDREW, M.A. 1803. 

Surgeon, R.N. ; son of James Carrick, Minister of New Kilpatrick. 

CARRICK, JOHN, B.A, 1847, M.A. 1848. 

U.P. Minister at Maybole; resigned i3th October, 1891. 



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CARRICK, JOHN CHARLES, M.A. 1880. 

Minister of Newbattle (B.D. Edin. 1883). 

CARRICK, WALTER, M.A. 1844. 

Minister of St. Clement's Parish, Aberdeen ; ordained 27th December, 1849; 
died June, 1850. 

CARRILLO, FRANCIS, M.D. 1842. 

" Mexicanus " [Grad. Alb.]. 

CARROLL, JOHN SMYTH, M.A. 1877. 

F.C Minister of (i) Rathen, Aberdeenshire, (2) St. John's, Glasgow. 

CARROLL, JOSEPH, M.B., C.M. 1882. 

Rathen, Aberdeenshire; Glasgow; Ilkeston, Derbyshire. 

CARROLL, ROBERT JAMES, M.B., C.M. 1893. 

Glasgow. 

CARRUTHERS, ALEXANDER, M.A. 1891. 

Licentiate of the U.P. Church. 

CARRUTHERS, JAMES, M.A. 1893. 

Student of Medicine. 

CARRUTHERS, JAMES WILLIAM DALZIEL, M.A. 1885. 

U.P. Minister at (i) Stewarton, 1891-97, (2) Perth North, 1897. 

CARRUTHERS, JOHN, M.D. 1834. 

Bolton-le-Moors ; Lockerbie; died 1888. 

CARRUTHERS, JOHN, M.B., C.M. 1882, M.D. 1886. 

Kil winning; Rock Ferry, Cheshire. 

CARRUTHERS, JOHN JOSEPH, M.B., C.M. 1893. 

Kirkpatrick-Fleming ; Sunderland; Norton, Co. Durham. 

CARRUTHERS, THOMAS, B.A. 1861, M.A. 1862. 

F.C. Minister at Bridge of Weir. 

CARRUTHERS, THOMAS, M.A. 1894. 

Student of Medicine; son of Thomas Carruthers, B.A. 1861, M.A. 1862 
(q.v.). 

CARSLAW, HORATIO SCOTT, M.A. 1891. 

Assistant to Professor William Jack (q.v.), 1896; son of William Henderson 
Carslaw, M.A. 1857 (q.v.). 

CARSLAW, JAMES, M.A. 1888, M.B., C.M. 1892. 

Glasgow ; Paisley ; Glasgow (Assistant to Professor of Medicine and Clinical 
Medicine in the University since 1895); son of William Henderson Carslaw, M.A. 
1857 (q.v.). 

CARSLAW, JOHN, M.A. 1823. 

R.P. Minister at Airdrie; born circa 1800; died March, 1847. 



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CARSLAW, JOHN HOWIE, M.A. 1882, M.B., CM. 1886, M.D. 1893. 

Glasgow; Assistant to Professor of Medicine and Clinical Medicine in the 
University, 1893-95; died gih August, 1895, aged 32; son of William Henderson 
Carslaw, M.A. 1857 (q.v.). 

CARSLAW, WILLIAM, M.D. 1863. 

Sometime of Free Church College in Madras ; now ordained Medical 

Missionary at Syria in connection with Free Church, and Superintendent of the 

Syrian (undenominational) Schools; cousin of William Henderson Carslaw, M.A. 

i 8 57 (q-v-)- 

CARSLAW, WILLIAM HENDERSON, B.A. 1856, M.A. 1857. 

Minister of Park Free Church, Helensburgh ; graduated as "Henderson 
Carslaw"; son of John Carslaw, M.A. 1823 (q.v.). 

CARSLAW, WILLIAM HENDERSON, M.A. 1886. 

Engineer, Dumbarton; son of William Henderson Carslaw, M.A. 1857 (q.v.). 

CARSON, ALEXANDER, B.Sc. 1882. 

Engineer (London Missionary Society), British Central Africa; died at 
Fwambo there, 28th February, 1896; native of Stirling. 

CARSON, HENRY, M.A. 1809. 

Presbyterian Minister at Glendermot, Londonderry, 1815-70; died 3rd 
January, 1870, aged 75. 

CARSON, HUGH HENDERSON, B.A. 1847, M.A. 1848. 

Incumbent of Gweedore and Dunlewey, Diocese of Raphoe, Letterkenny, 
Ireland; died November, 1891. 

CARSON, JAMES CRAWFORD LEDLIE, M.D., CM. 1837. 

Coleraine, Co. Derry; J.P. ; died 2nd June, 1886, aged 70. 

CARSON, JOHN, M.A. 1816. 

Irish Presbyterian Minister at Templepatrick, 1831-59; died 5th August, 
1*5$, 
CARSON, WILLIAM, M.D. 1842. 

Waterford; Cashel ; died 1881. 

CARSTAIRS, JOHN LINDLEY, M.A. 1893, M.B., CM. 1896. 

Glasgow. 

CARSWELL, FERGUS, M.B., CM. 1882. 

Glasgow. 

CARSWELL, JAMES, M.D. 1840. 

"Scotus" [Grad. Alb.]. 

CARSWELL, JAMES, MJV. 1875. 

English Presbyterian Minister at Newcastle-on-Tyne ; resigned 1890 on 
account of ill-health (residing at Craigmore, Rothesay, 1895). 

CARSWELL, JAMES STEELE, M.B., CM. 1868. 

Durham ; Assistant Surgeon, Bombay Medical Service; died i4th March, 1873. 



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CARSWELL, JAMES STIRRAT, M.A. 1886, B.D. 1889. 

Minister of Temple, New Kilpatrick, since 1893. 

CARSWELL, ROBERT, M.A. 1891. 

Student of Medicine. 

CARTAN, THOMAS, M.D. 1818. 

"Hibernus" [Grad. Alb.]. 

CARTER, CHARLES, M.D. 1835. 

"Anglus" [Grad. Alb.]. 

CARTER, WILFRED, D.D. 1792. 

Episcopal Minister at Ayr. 

CARTER, WILLIAM BARWELL, M.D. 1822. 

"Anglus" [Grad. Alb.]. 

CARVER, THOMAS ALBERT BRIGGS, B.Sc. 1889. 

Civil Engineer: (i) in Glasgow as Private Assistant and Secretary to Lord 
Kelvin; (2) in London as Assistant Secretary to the Institution of Civil 
Engineers. 

CASKIE, JAMES, M.B., CM. 1890. 

Innellan ; Ship Surgeon ; Methil, Fife. 

CASKIE, JOHN, M.B., CM. 1872. 

Glasgow; Stourbridge; died February, 1874. 

CASKIE, JOHN BOYD, M.D. 1857. 

Glasgow; London; died 28th October, 1889, aged 52. 

CASKIE, WILLIAM ALEXANDER, M.A. 1871, B.Sc. 1874, M.B., CM. 1876, M.D. 1883. 
Largs; J.P. 

CASSELLS, ROBERT DUNLOP, B.Sc. 1894. 

Electrical Engineer and Electrician in (i) Glasgow, (2) London, (3) Glasgow 
(Corporation Electric Lighting Department). 

CASSELS, THOMAS, M.D., C.M. 1861. 

London. 

CASSELS, THOMAS, M.A. 1890. 

F.C. Minister at Stewarton. 

CASSELS, WILLIAM, M.B., C.M. 1892. 

Sunderland; Bonhill. 

CASTLEY, THOMAS, M.A. 1728. 

"Angl." [Matric. Alb. 1726.] 

CATHCART, CHARLES STEWART, M.D. 1836. 

"Hibernus" [Grad. Alb.]. 

CATHCART, JAMES, C.M. 1835. 

Ballibay, Co. Monaghan ; died 8th August, 1876, aged 63. 



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CATHCART, JAMES, M.B., CM. 1872. 

Abertillery, Mon. ; Barrow-in-Furness ; Wednesbury, Staffs.; died 1877. 

CATHCART, THOMAS, M.A. 1800. 

" Filius natu secundus Gulielmi Agricolae in parochia de Ahoghill in comitatu 
de Antrim in Hybernia" [Matric. Alb. 1796]. 

CATHCART, WILLIAM, M.A. 1770. 

" Filius natu tertius Samuelis Agricolae in Parochia Dessartmarting in Com. 
de Londonderry Hibernia" [Matric. Alb. 1768]. 

CATHERWOOD, ALFRED, C.M. 1830, M.D. 1831. 

London; died ipth February, 1865, aged 62. 

CAUGHIE, JOHN, M.D. 1858. 

Dunmore, Stirlingshire; Glasgow. 
CAUGHTON, ROBERT, M.A. 1815. 

"Hibernus" [Grad. Alb.]. 

CAULFIELD, HANS, M.D. 1839. 

"Hibernus" [Grad. Alb.]. 

CAUNCE, WILLIAM, M.D. 1792. 

"Anglus" [Grad. Alb.]. 

CAUSLEY, HENRY BLAIR, M.B., C.M. 1893. 

Aberdare; Stapleton, Cumberland. 

CAVANAGH, FRANCIS, M.D. 1809. 

"Hibernus" [Grad. Alb.]. 

CAVIN, WILLIAM, M.A. 1813. 

M.D. (Edin. 1830), Coleraine. 

CHADWICK, RICHARD, M.A. 1772. 

" Filius natu quartus Ricardi Armigeri in comitatu de Tipperary " [Matric. 
Alb. 1771]. 

CHALMERS, ALEXANDER, M.D. 1824. 

"Scotus" [Grad. Alb.]. 

CHALMERS, ALEXANDER, M.B., C.M. 1881. 

Glasgow; London; Glasgow; London; Langdon, Dakota, U.S.A. 

CHALMERS, ANDREW, M.D. 1842. 

An "Andrew Chalmers, M.D.," died at Port-Adelaide, S. Australia, 5th 
October, 1862, aged 42. 

CHALMERS, ARCHIBALD, M.A. 1886, M.B., C.M. 1892. 

Glasgow; Lochrutton; Crocketford. 

CHALMERS, ARCHIBALD KERR, M.B., C.M. 1879, M.D. 1887. 

Glasgow ; Mossend ; Glasgow (Joint Medical Officer of Health for the City). 

CHALMERS, DAVID, M.D. 1855. 

Liverpool; died 2ist August, 1885, aged 74. 



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CHALMERS, JAMES, M.A. 1777. 

" Filius natu maximus Alexandri Textoris in Urbe Glasgua " [Matric. Alb. 

1772]. 

CHALMERS, JAMES, M.D. 1865. 

Glasgow. 

CHALMERS, JAMES, M.B., CM. 1890. 

Glasgow ; Ship Surgeon ; Sunderland. 

CHALMERS, JAMES EASTON, M.B., C.M. 1892. 

Greenock ; Farnworth, Lanes. 

CHALMERS, JOHN, M.B. 1867, M.D. 1871, C.M. 1886. 

Barnard Castle, Durham; London; died gth November, 1888, aged 49. 

CHALMERS, JOHN CUTHILL, M.A. 1893, B.D. 1896. 

Minister of the U.P. Church at Kilmaurs since 1897. 

CHALMERS, JOHN MILLER, M.A. 1893. 

Teacher in (i) Glasgow, (2) Bearsden Public School. 

CHALMERS, JOSEPH, M.A. 1846. 

Teacher at (i) Lochgilphead, 1846-48, (2) Rothesay, 1848-54, (3) Newington, 
Edinburgh, 1854-95, when retired; died at 12 Glenorchy Terrace, Edinburgh, i6th 
April, 1897. 

CHALMERS, PETER, M.A. 1808, D.D. 1855. 

Minister of (i) Second Charge, Dunfermline, 1817-36, (2) First Charge there, 
1836-70; born igth September, 1790; died nth April, 1870. 

CHALMERS, QUINTIN, M.B., C.M. 1885, M.D. 1887. 

Glasgow. 

CHALMERS, THOMAS, D.D. 1816. 

Minister of (i) Kilmany, (2) Tron, Glasgow, (3) St. John's, Glasgow; Professor 
of Moral Philosophy in St. Andrews University, 1823 to 1828; Professor of 
Divinity in Edinburgh University, 1828 to 1843; First Moderator of the Free 
Church General Assembly ; Principal and Primarius Professor in Free Church 
College, 1843 to 1847; born at Anstruther, i7th March, 1780; died at Edin- 
burgh, 3ist May, 1847; LL.D. Oxon. ; F.R.S. 

CHALMERS, THOMAS, M.A. 1887. 

Writer, Greenock. 

CHALMERS, WILLIAM, M.D. 1860. 

Caistor, Lines. ; died i5th December, 1877, aged 42. 

CHALMERS, WILLIAM HAMILTON, M.A. 1849. 

"Scotus" [Grad. Alb.]. 

CHAMBERS, JAMES, M.A. 1783. 

" Natus in Hyberaia Filius natu Secundus Gulielmi Agricolae in parochia de 
Dumford comitatu de Down" [Matric. Alb. 1779]. 



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CHAMBERS, MOSES, M.A. 1834. 

" Filius natu secundus Solomonis agricolae in parochia Tighboyne et comitatu 
de DonegaU" [Matric. Alb. 1831]. 

CHAMBERS, ROBERT, CM. 1845- 

Castlewellan, Co. Down: died July, 1866. 

CHANDLER, BENTHAM CASAUBON, M.D., C.M. 1837. 

London. 

CHANG, VIVIAN ERNEST, M.B., C.M. 1895. 

London; Hong-Kew, Shanghai, China. 

CHAPMAN, EDWARD, M.A. 1745. 

" Filius Edwardi Chapman quondam in Westham in Com. de Essex " [Matric. 
Alb. 1744]. 

CHAPMAN, FREDERICK RICHARD, M.B., C.M. 1874. 

Hull; London; died December, 1888. 

CHAPMAN, GAVIN, M.A. 1856. 

Manufacturer, Glasgow. 

CHAPMAN, JAMES, M.D. 1839. 

"Barbadoes" [Grad. Alb.]. 

CHAPMAN, JOHN, M.D. 1838. 

Proprietor of Hawkfield Lunatic Asylum, Leith; died 3rd June, 1871. 

CH'-i'MAN, THOMAS ALGERNON, M.D. 1863. 

Glasgow ; Abergavenny Lunatic Asylum ; Medical Superintendent, Hereford 
Lunatic Asylum; Liscard. 

CHARLES, DAVID HUGHES, M.D. 1843. 

Cookstown, Co. Tyrone; J.P. 

CHARLES, HENRY RICHARD, M.D. 1836, C.M. 1836. 

Cookstown, Co. Tyrone; died 1875. 

CHARLES, JOHN, M.B., C.M. 1888, M.D. 1895. 

Sunderland; Allendale, Co. Durham; Medomsley there; Stanley there. 

CHARLES, RICHARD, C.M. 1820. 

" Fil. nat. maxim. Johannis Seneschalis Omagh Co. Tyrone " [Matric. Alb. 
1819]. 

CHARLTON, ALFRED, M.B., C.M. 1896. 

Brentford. 

CHARLTON, JOHN FITZGERALD, M.D. 1835. 

Sydenham, Kent; sometime Staff-Surgeon in R.N. and Royal Marine 
Artillery; died nth June, 1874. 

CHARTERIS, ARCHIBALD HAMILTON, M.A. 1894. 

Student of Law; son of Matthew Charteris, M.D., Professor of Materia 
Medica in Glasgow University, 1880-97. 



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CHARTERS, DAVID, M.B., C.M. 1892. 

Glasgow. 

CHARTERS, SAMUEL, D.D. 1789. 

Minister of (i) Kincardine, (2) Wilton; died i8th June, 1825, aged 84. 

CHARTRES, JOSEPH, M.D. 1835. 

"Scotus" [Grad. Alb.]. 

CHATTERJIE, FAKIR CHUNDRA, M.B., C.M. 1877. 

Calcutta; Surgeon-Major, I.M.S., Bengal. 

CHAYTOR, RICHARD, M.D. 1839. 

"Hibernus" [Grad. Alb.]. 

CHERMSIDE, THOMAS, M.D. 1841. 

Portaferry, Co. Down. 

CHEVERS, NORMAN, M.D. 1839. 

"Anglius" [Grad. Alb.]. 

CHEVREUL, MICHEL-EUGENE, LL.D. 1886. 

The eminent French Chemist ; Member of the French Institute, Paris ; 
born at Angers, 3151 August, 1786; died at Paris, gth April, 1889; LL.D. 
Edin. 1884. 

CHEYNE, HUGH JAMES, M.D. 1836. 

"Scotus" [Grad. Alb.]. 

CHICHESTER, JOHN, M.A. 1735. 

" Hibernus filius Reverendi Gulielmi natus Comitatu Antrimiensi " [Matric. 
Alb. 1734]. 

CHISOLM, WILLIAM, M.D. 1793. 

"Charleston" [Grad. Alb.]. 

CHRISTALL, HENRY, M.A. 1728. 

CHRISTIANSEN, CHRISTIAN, LL.D. 1896. 

Professor of Physics in the University of Copenhagen. 

CHRISTIE, DAVID, M.B., C.M. 1891. 

Glasgow. 

CHRISTIE, DOUGALD, C.M. 1830. 

"Scotus" [Grad. Alb.]. 

CHRISTIE, JAMES, B.A. 1856, M.A. 1857, M.D. 1860. 

Glasgow; Zanzibar (Physician to the Sultan there); Glasgow (Lecturer on 
Public Health in Anderson's College; afterwards Professor of Physiology, etc., 
there); died 2nd January, 1892, aged 63. 

CHRISTIE, JAMES ROBERTON, M.A. 1888, LL.B. 1890. 

Advocate, Edinburgh. 

CHRISTIE, JOHN, M.D. 1817. 

"Scotus" [Grad. Alb.]. 



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CHRISTIE, JOHN, C - M - l8 3. 

"Scotus" [Grad. Alb.]. 

CHRISTIE, JOSEPH MACNAUGHTAN, M.B., CM. 1893. 

Ship Surgeon; Dublin; Glasgow; New Plymouth, N.Z. 

CHRISTIE, WILLIAM WALLS, M.B., CM. 1885, M.D. 1889. 

Glasgow; Woodville, New Zealand; New Plymouth there. 

CHRYSTAL, JAMES, M.A. 1825, D.D. 1861. 

Minister of Auchinleck since 1833; LL.D. St. Andrews, 1893; son of 
William Chrystal, LL.D. (q.v.). 

CHRYSTAL, WILLIAM, M.A. 1795, LL.D. 1816. 

Rector of (i) the Grammar School of Stirling, (2) the Grammar School of 
Glasgow; born 8th June, 1776; drowned near Rosneath, 7th June, 1830, 
while on a pleasure sail. 

CHRYSTIE, ROBERT, M.A. 1773. 

Irish Presbyterian Minister at Cullybackey, 1773 to 1818; died ist August, 
1818. 

CHURCH, WILLIAM, M.A. 1779. 

"Hibernus" [Grad. Alb.]. 

CHUTE, RICHARD, M.D. 1834. 

"Hibernus" [Grad. Alb.]. 

CLAP, THOMAS, D.D. 1748, 

Pastor of a Presbyterian Church at Windham, 1726-40; President of Yale 
College, in the Colony of Connecticut, 1740-65; born at Scituate, Mass., 26th 
June, 1703; died at New Haven, Conn., 7th January, 1767; Degree granted 
at request of Duke of Hamilton, and, inter alia, because of "the great 
obligations of this University to the family of Hamilton" [Univ. Minute, i3th 
December, 1748]. 

CLAPPERTON, ALAN ERNEST, B.L. 1884. 

Writer in Glasgow and (since 1888) Secretary of the University Court. 

CLAPPERTON, LEWIS, M.A. 1886. 

Chartered Accountant in Glasgow. 

CLARK, ALEXANDER, M.A. 1856. 

(i) Missionary in India of the Church of Scotland; (2) Minister of W 7 ick. 

CLARK, ALEXANDER THOMSON, M.A. 1885. 

Generally resident abroad; father's address, Kirkland Park, Strathaven. 

CLARK, ALLAN AIKEN, M.B., C.M. 1894. 

Glasgow ; Castleford, Yorks. ; Newton, Lanarkshire ; Cathcart. 

CLARK, ANDREW, M.A. 1770. 

"Samuelis Filius natu maximus Agricolae in Parochia de Taughboyn in 
Com. de Dunnegal Hibernia" [Matric. Alb. 1769]. 



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CLARK, DAVID ROBERT, M.A. 1872. 

Merchant, Glasgow. 

CLARK, DUGALD, M.A. 1896. 

Student of Theology in Glasgow University. 

CLARK, DUGALD MACINNES, B.L. 1887. 

Writer, Glasgow. 

CLARK, FRANCIS WILLIAM, LL.D. 1877. 

Of Ulva; Advocate; Sheriff of Lanarkshire; died at Glasgow, i6th 
November, 1886, aged 59. 

CLARK, FRANCIS WILLIAM, M.A. 1879. 

Of Ulva; Barrister-at-Law ; Snell Exhibitioner, 1879; B.A. Oxon. 1883; 
M.A. 1886; son of Francis William Clark, LL.D. (q.v.). 

CLARK, GEORGE, M.B., CM. 1884. 

Motherwell; Kirriemuir; London. 

CLARK, GILBERT, M.A. 1877. 

Minister of Haywood, by Lanark. 

CLARK, HUGH, M.D. 1841. 

Ferryhill, Durham. 

CLARK, ISRAEL, M.A. 1782. 

"Natus in Hybernia Filius natu Maximus Joannis Mercatoris in oppido 
de Belfast in comitatu de Antrim" [Matric. Alb. 1779]. 

CLARK, JAMES, M.A. 1878. 

Minister of Milton of Balgonie. 

CLARK, JAMES, M.A. 1881. 

Advocate, Edinburgh; LL.B. Edin. 1884. 

CLARK, JAMES, M.B., CM. 1893. 

Manchester ; Coalburn, Lanarkshire ; Manchester ; Beith ; nephew of James 
Thomson, M.A. 1874 (q.v.). 

CLARK, JAMES AFFLECK, M.A. 1892. 

Minister of St. Andrew's Presbyterian Church, Stockton-on-Tees ; son of 
William Clark, M.A. 1846 (q.v.). 

CLARK, JOHN, M.A. 1814. 

Minister in Edinburgh of (i) New Street Chapel, (2) Canongate, (3) Old 
Church; died ist September, 1859, aged 70. 

CLARK, JOHN, M.A. 1872, B.D. 1875. 

Minister of Saltcoats from loth July, 1877, till his death on 23rd February, 
1878. 

CLARK, JOHN, B.Sc. 1893. 

Student of Medicine; died at Rockbank, Partickhill, Glasgow, 7th February, 
1894, aged 19; son of John Clark, Ph.D., City Analyst. 



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CLARK, JOHN ALEXANDER, M.A. 1880, B.D. 1883. 

Minister of (i) Coltness, (2) Brechin. 

CLARK, ROBERT, M.A. 1815. 

" Filius natu Tertius Roberti j unions Agricolae in parochia de Killeronaghan 
in comitatu de Londonderry in Hybernia" [Matric. Alb. 1812]. 

CLARK, SAMUEL, D.D. 1745. 

Minister of a Dissenting Congregation at St. Albans; born 1684; died 1750. 

CLARK, SAMUEL, M.D., C.M. 1840. 

Glasgow; York; Great Yarmouth; Staines, Middlesex; Folkestone; died 
i4th September, 1884, aged 69. 

CLARK, THOMAS, M.A, 1757. 

Library Keeper to the University of Glasgow, 1759-64. 

CLARK, THOMAS, M.D. 1832. 

Lecturer on Chemistry to Glasgow Mechanics' Institution, 1826; Apothecary 
to Glasgow Infirmary, 1829; Professor of Chemistry in Marischal College, Aber- 
deen, 1833-60 ; born at Ayr, 3oth March, 1801 ; died at Partick, 27th November, 
1867. 

CLARK, WILLIAM, M.D. 1801. 

Of Wester Moffat; founder and endower of the Free Church College, 
Glasgow; died 22nd June, 1859. 

CLARK, WILLIAM, C.M. 1825. 

"Hibernus" [Grad. Alb.]. 

CLARK, WILLIAM, M.A. 1846. 

U.P. Minister at Barrhead. 

CLARK, WILLIAM, M.B., C.M. 1872. 

Medical Missionary (U.P. Church) to Rajpootana, India. 

CLARK, WILLIAM, M.A. 1884, B.Sc. 1884, M.B., C.M. 1890. 

(i) Teacher in Dollar Academy ; (2) Medical Practitioner at (a) Dalmellington, 
(b) Dundonald; nephew of James Thomson, M.A. 1874 (q.v.). 

CLARKE, DAVID, B.A. 1846, M.A. 1850. 

" Filius natu tertius Davidis agricolae in comitatu de Armagh " [Matric. Alb. 
1844]. 

CLARKE, FREDERICK HUGH, M.B., C.M. 1881. 

Glasgow ; Ayr ; Dumfries. 

CLARKE, JACKSON NEWPORT, M.D. 1838. 

Dunmore East, Co. Waterford ; Maghera, Co. Deny ; Liverpool ; Castle- 
dawson, Co. Derry; Portglenone, Co. Antrim; Maghera; died 2Oth April, 1878, 
aged 63. 

CLARKE, JOHN, M.A. 1764. 

Possibly the same person as "John Clarke, A.M., Minister at Boston, New 

England," who was created D.D, of Edinburgh University on i2th September, 1795. 



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CLARKE, JOHN, M.A. 1882. 

Unitarian Minister up to 1887 at (i) Portsmouth, (2) Darwen ; since then 
Political Lecturer in London. 

CLARKE, JOHN, M.B., C.M. 1889. 

Egremont, Cumberland; Plumstead, Kent. 

CLARKE, JOSEPH, M.A. 1769. 

"Hibernus" [Grad. Alb.]. 

CLARKE, JOSEPH, M.D. 1841. 

Mountmelick, Queen's Co. 

CLARKE, MATTHEW, M.A. 1812. 

Irish Presbyterian Minister at Ardstraw, 1820-75 ; died 28th December, 1875. 
CLARKE, ROBERT, M.B., C.M. 1887. 

Rutherglen. 

CLARKE, THOMAS, M.A., M.D. 1775. 

"Scotus" [Grad. Alb.]. 

CLARKE, THOMAS ELLIOT SIMPSON, M.A. 1884, B.D. 1885. 

Minister of Salton. 

CLARKE, WILLIAM, M.D. 1846. 

Dundrum, Co. Tipperary ; Dunfanaghy, Co. Donegal ; formerly Lecturer on 
Materia Medica, Peter Street, Dublin; died 1858. 

CLASON, ANDREW, M.A. 1804. 

W.S., Edinburgh; born 26th April, 1787 ; died, unmarried, 23rd September, 
1850. 

CLASON, JAMES, M.A. 1825. 

Minister of Ratho; died i7th April, 1842, aged 35. 

CLASON, PATRICK, M.A. 1758. 

" Filius natu quartus Jacobi in parochia de Logic, comitatu de Stirling " 
[Matric. Alb. 1755]; possibly the same person as Patrick Clason, sometime 
Tutor in Geneva, a friend and correspondent of Adam Smith, LL.D. (q.v.). 

CLASON, PATRICK, D.D. 1836. 

Minister of (i) Carmunnock, (2) Buccleuch, Edinburgh, (3) Free Buccleuch, 

Edinburgh; died 3Oth July, 1867; Degree conferred in consequence of an 

application "from a number of Mr Clayson's elders and hearers" [Univ. Minute, 

1 5th February, 1836]. 

CLAYTON, DOWELL O'REILLY, M.D. 1846. 

Castlebar, Co. Mayo ; Assistant-Surgeon, 3rd Regiment, " The Buffs " ; 

formerly Assistant-Surgeon, Forces, General Military Hospital, Dublin; died 1857. 

CLAYTON, WILLIAM BEAUCHAMP, M.D. 1842. 

Athy, Co. Kildare; died 25th March, 1873. 

CLAZY, ROBERT SMITH, M.A. 1892. 

Minister of the Free Church at Dunning since 1896. 



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CLAZY, WILLIAM OLIVER, M.A. 1892. 

Writer, Glasgow. 

CLELAND, ALEXANDER BROWN, M.D. 1838. 

"Filius natu sextus Jacob! mercatoris apud Port Glasgow in comitatu de 
Renfrew" [Matric. Alb, 1831]. 

CLELAND, GEORGE, CM. 1832, M.D. 1834. 

"Scotus" [Grad. Alb.]. 

CLELAND, HENRY WILSON, M.D. 1840. 

Glasgow (Professor of Medical Jurisprudence in Portland Street School of 
Medicine, 1840-42); died 1844; son of James Cleland, LL.D. (q.v.). 

CLELAND, JAMES, LL.D. 1826. 

Cabinet Maker in Glasgow, 1790-1814; Superintendent of Public Works in 

Glasgow, 1814-34; Author of Annals of Glasgow^ etc., etc.; Founder of Cleland 

Gold Medal in Glasgow University; born at Glasgow, 28th January, 1770; died 

1 4th October, 1840. 

CLELAND, JOHN, M.A. 1777. 

" Filius natu Secundus Mosis Armigeri comitatu de Down " [Matric. Alb. 

I777]- 

CLELAND, JOHN, M.A. 1815. 

"Scotus" [Grad. Alb.]; according to Oliver & Boyd's Almanac, a person 
of the same name was at one time Church of Scotland Minister at Portland Head 
and Pitt Town, Sydney, N.S. Wales. 

CLELAND, JOHN, B.Sc. 1882. 

Engineer at (i) Airdrie, (2) Glasgow, (3) Kilmarnock. 

CLELAND, ROBERT, M.A. 1808. 

" Fil. n. Max. Roberti in Parochia de Cambusnethan Lanarksh." [Matric. Alb. 

1803]. 

CLELAND, SAMUEL, M.A. 1820. 

" Filius natu maximus Davidis Agricolae in parochia de Sainfield in comitatu 
de Down in Hyb." [Matric. Alb. 1815]. 

CLELAND, WILLIAM, B.Sc. 1887. 

(i) Demonstrator in Engineering Laboratory of Yorkshire College, Leeds; (2) 
Superintendent of the Sheffield Testing Works. 

CLEMENTS, ALEXANDER, M.D. 1743. 

CLEMENTS, WILLIAM, M.B., CM. 1872. 

Darlington ; Burton-on-Trent. 

CLERK, ARCHIBALD, LL.D. 1872. 

Minister of Kilmalie; died there, 7th February, 1887, aged 74. 

CLERK, ARCHIBALD, M.B., CM. 1877. 

Glasgow; died 3ist January, 1896. 



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CLERK, IAIN, M.B., C.M. 1883. 

Glasgow (Physician Superintendent, Knightswood Fever Hospital). 

CLERK, NORMAN M'LEOD, M.B., C.M. 1882. 

Glasgow ; Greenock ; Glasgow ; Hexham, Northumberland ; Rothesay ; died 
there, 26th July, 1895. 

CLERKE, ST. JOHN, M.D. 1799. 

"Hibernus" [Grad. Alb.]. 

CLEVE, PER THEODOR, LL.D. 1896. 

Professor of Chemistry in the University of Upsala. 

CLEWLOW, JAMES, M.A. 1779. 

" (Natus in Hybernia) Filius natu maximus Viri Reverendi Jacobi Rectoris 
Ecclesiae de Bangor in Comitatu de Down" [Matric. Alb. 1778]. 

CLIFFORD, RICHARD TRENCH, M.D. 1838. 

"Hibernus" [Grad. Alb.]. 

CLIFTON, WILLIAM, M.A. 1733. 

"F. Will. Clifton in Civit. Edinburgh Armigeri" [Matric. Alb. 1732]; 
B.A. Oxon. 1733. 

CLIMIE, JAMES, M.A. 1880. 

Minister (i) of English Presbyterian Church, Scarborough, 1884-85, (2) in 
Australia; died there previous to November, 1895. 

CLINE, GEORGE WILLIAM, LL.D. 1866. 

Of Gray's Inn; Assistant-Commissioner, Baitool, India. 

CLOW, JAMES, M.A. 1731. 

Professor of Logic in Glasgow University, 1752-87; Dean of Faculties, 
1762 to 1764, and from February to gth July, 1788 (date of his death). Was 
offered, on loth June, 1785, the degree of LL.D., "which he, in terms of great 
affection and respect to the University, declined on account of his advanced 
time of life and other circumstances." 

CLOW, JAMES, M.A. 1823. 

Chaplain of Town's Hospital, Glasgow. 

CLOW, WILLIAM, M.A. 1893, B.Sc. 1893, M.B., C.M. 1895. 

Glasgow ; Motherwell. 

CLOW, WILLIAM MACCALLUM, M.A. 1878, B.D. 1881. 

F.C. Minister of (i) Cambusnethan, 1881-86, (2) Uddingston, 1886-89, 

(3) South Church, Aberdeen, 1889-97, (4) Barclay Church, Edinburgh, since 1897. 

CLUBB, CHARLES, M.A. 1883. 

Teacher in (i) Glasgow, (2) Maybole, (3) Paisley, (4) Galashiels, (5) 
Carbost, Inverness-shire, (6) Fort-William. 

CLUBB, JOHN, B.D. 1889. 

Licentiate of the Church of Scotland, and Teacher, Dunvegan, Skye ; 
M.A. Aberdeen, 1878. 



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CLUCKIE, ANDREW, M.B., CM. 1892. 

Stranraer. 

CLUCKIE, NEVEN GORDON, M.B. 1880. 

Glasgow; Greenock. 

CLUFF, THOMAS, CM. 1836. 

"Hibernus" [Grad. Alb.]. 

CLUGSTON, WILLIAM, M.A. 1812. 

Minister of (i) Forfar, (2) Free Church there; died 3rd March, 1857, 
aged 64. 

CLUNIE, JOHN, M.A. 1809, LL.D. 1820. 

Congregational Minister at Guildford, 1809-10; thereafter Master of the 
Leafsquare and Seedly Grove Academies, Manchester; died 23rd June, 1858, 
aged 74. 

CLUTTERBUCK, HENRY, M.D. 1804. 

Practitioner, London; Physician to General Dispensary, Aldersgate Street; 

Lecturer on Materia Medica and Practice of Physic; Projector and Editor of 

The Medical and Chirurgical Review; born 28th January, 1767; died 24th 

April, 1856. 

CLYDE, JAMES, B.A. 1837, M.A. 1838, LL.D. 1857. 

Licentiate of the Secession Church ; Teacher in London, Ipswich, Brussels, 

and Tain, 1841-54 ; Greek Tutor in Edinburgh University, 1855 ; Teacher of 

Modern Languages in Dollar Institution, 1856-61 ; one of the Classical Masters 

in Edinburgh Academy, 1861-78. 

COATES, DAVID, M.D. 1836. 

"Scotus" [Grad. Alb.]. 

COATES, JOHN, M.D. 1848. 

Surgeon-Major, Army; died i8th March, 1895, aged 68. 

COATES, SAMUEL, M.D. 1845- 

Eyrecourt, Co. Gal way ; Portumna, same Co.; died 24th November, 1879. 

COATES, THOMAS THOMPSON, M.D. 1849. 

Galston; Strathblane. 

COATS, JAMES, M.B., CM. 1869. 

Glasgow; Surgeon-Lieut.-Col., Army; son of John Coats, M.D. 1836 (q.v.). 

COATS, JAMES, M.A. 1885, B.L. 1890. 

Writer, Glasgow. 

COATS, JERVIS, M.A. 1872. 

Baptist Minister at Govan, and Lecturer on Biblical Criticism and New 
Testament Exegesis in Baptist Theological College of Scotland. 

COATS, JOHN, M.A. 1821. 

Portioner in (i) Glasgow, (2) Helensburgh. 



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COATS, JOHN, M.D. 1836. 

Glasgow: Examiner for Medical Degrees in the University, 1863-76; died 
8th June, 1879. 

COATS, JOHN, M.D. 1858. 

Glasgow. 

COATS, JOHN JACKSON, M.A. 1871. 

Writer, Glasgow. 

COATS, JOSEPH, M.B. 1867, M.D. 1870. 

Glasgow: Pathologist in (i) Royal Infirmary, (2) Western Infirmary; Degree 
Examiner on Pathology in the University, 1879-92 ; Lecturer on Pathology in 
the University, 1890-94; Professor of Pathology therein since 1894. 

COATS, ROBERT HAY, M.A. 1893, B.D. 1895. 

Student of Mansfield College, Oxford, with a view to Honours Degree 
in Semitic Languages. 

COATS, WALTER WILLIAM, M.A. 1875, B -D. 1878. 

Minister of Girthon. 

COCHRAN, ALEXANDER, M.B., C.M. 1894. 

Ship Surgeon ; Paisley. 

COCHRAN, ANDREW, M.D. 1865. 

Hong-Kong, China; died 7th March, 1870. 

COCHRAN, BERNARD, M.A. 1730. 

"Sc. Hib." [Matric. Alb. 1729]. 

COCHRAN, JAMES, M.A. 1764. 

" Filius natu maximus Jacobi in Comitatu de Londonderry, Hibernia " 
[Matric. Alb. 1763]. 

COCHRAN, JOHN, M.A. 1895. 

Teacher in Ludovic Square Public School, Johnstone. 

COCHRAN, MATTHEW, B.A. 1843, M.A. 1844- 

Minister of St. Peter's, Glasgow; died 7th January, 1888, aged 75. 

COCHRAN, MICHAEL, M.A. 1872. 

Professor of Chemistry in the Ceylon Medical College, and City Analyst 
to the Municipality of Colombo. 

COCHRAN, ROBERT, M.A. 1763. 

" Filius natu secundus Jacobi, Agricolae in comitatu de Derry in Hib." 
[Matric. Alb. 1761]. 

COCHRAN-PATRICK, ROBERT WILLIAM. See PATRICK. 

COCHRANE, CHARLES EDWARD. M.B., C.M. 1890. 

Glasgow ; Forth, Glam. 



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COCHRANE, JAMES, M.A. 1813. 

Irish Presbyterian Minister at Lame; ordained 1815; suspended sine die 
and disannexed from the congregation, 22nd June, 1824. 

COCHRANE, JAMES, M.B., C.M. 1892. 

Wishaw. 

COCHRANE, JOHN, M.B., C.M. 1892. 

Kirkintilloch. 

COCHRANE, ROBERT, M.B., CM. 1893. 

Kirkintilloch ; Birmingham. 

COCHRANE, THOMAS, M.A., M.D. 1784. 

" Scoto-Britannus " [Grad. Alb.]. 

COCHRANE, THOMAS, M.B., CM. 1896. 

Greenock. 

COCHRANE, WILLIAM, B.A. 1844, M.A. 1845- 

" Filius natu maximus Edvardi mercatoris in parochia de Glendermot et 
comitatu de Deny" [Matric. Alb. 1842]. 

COCKBURN, SAMUEL, M.B., CM. 1891. 

Glasgow. 

COCKBURN, THOMAS, M.D. 174?- 

"Of Jamaica" [Univ. Minute, 26th June, 1747]. 

COCKER, JOHN MACINTOSH, M.A. 1891. 

(i) Assistant Teacher in Public School, Johnstone; (2) Teacher in 
Hutchesons' Grammar School, Glasgow. 

COCKS, ROBERT, M.D. 1835, CM. 1837. 

Dundee; died igth August, 1875, aged 64. 

COFFEY, ROBERT, M.D. 1833. 

Professor of Surgery in the Medical School of the Royal Belfast Academical 
Institution. 

COGHLAN, JOHN, M.D. 1840. 

Wexford; sometime Mayor of that town; J.P. ; died 5th June, 1866. 

COHOON, JAMES, M.A. 1819. 

"Hibernus" [Grad. Alb.]. 

COLE, JOSIAH, M.D. 1742. 

" Who has long practised with good success in London " [Univ. Minute, 
1 7th December, 1742]. 

COLEBROOKE, SIR THOMAS EDWARD, BART., LL.D. 1873. 

Of Crawford; M.P. for (i) Taunton, (2) Lanarkshire, (3) North Lanarkshire; 

Dean of Faculties in Glasgow University, 1869 to 1872; born igth August, 

1813; died at London, nth January, 1890; son-in-law of John Richardson of 

Kirklands, LL.B. (q.v.). 



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COLEMAN, BENJAMIN, D.D. 1731. 

Nonconformist Pastor in Boston, Mass., U.S.A., 1699-1747; born in Boston, 
igth October, 1673; died there, 2gth August, 1747. 

COLEMAN, SAMUEL, M.D. 1841. 

Kells, Co. Antrim; died 1867. 
COLHOUN, GEORGE, M.D. 1740. 

"Being to go abroad in the Expedition to be commanded by the Right 
Hon ble the Lord Cathcart" [Univ. Minute, 1740]. 

COLLIGAN, HUGH, M.D. 1865. 

Paisley. 
COLLINGS, ADOLPHUS, M.D. 1839. 

"Sarniensis" [Grad. Alb.]. 

COLLINS, CLERICUS, M.D. 1833. 

"Hibernus" [Grad. Alb.]. 

COLLINS, HUGH BROWN, B.Sc. 1891. 

Mining and Civil Engineer in (i) Australia, (2) Canada, (3) Glasgow. 

COLLINS, JAMES, M.A. 1812. 

Possibly one of (a) James Collins, Irish Presbyterian Minister at Dromore, 
1816-63, who died i9th December, 1863, (b) James Collins, Irish Presbyterian 
Minister at Minterburn, 1829-49, who died 23rd December, 1849. 

COLLINS, ROBERT, M.D. 1822. 

Dublin; Navan, Co. Meath. 
COLLINS, ROBERT, M.D. 1833. 

Belfast. 
COLLUM, ROBERT, M.D. 1837. 

H.E.I.C.S. ; London; Surbiton, Surrey. 
COLQUHOUN, ALEXANDER, M.A. 1744. 

"Now at London" [Univ. Minute, loth January, 1744]. 

COLQUHOUN, ALEXANDER, M.A. 1896. 

Student of Law. 
COLQUHOUN, ALEXANDER ELLERSON, M.D., CM. 1862. 

Lancaster; died 2nd November, 1867, aged 27. 

COLQUHOUN, ARCHIBALD, M.B. 1874. 

Glasgow; Hamilton, Victoria, Australia; Melbourne there; Bendigo there. 

COLQUHOUN, HUGH, M.D. 1826. 

Never practised Medicine ; was partner for many years of firm of Colquhoun 

& Balloch, Merchants, Glasgow. 

COLQUHOUN, JAMES, LL.D. 1835. 

Diplomatic Agent and Consul-General in Great Britain for the free 
Hanseatic Republics of Lubeck, Bremen, and Hamburg; Consul-General for 
Saxony, and for the West Indian Colonies of St. Vincent, St. Christopher, 
Dominica, Nevis, Anguilla, and the Virgin Islands ; etc. etc. etc. ; born 7th 
June, 1780; died 1855; only son of Patrick Colquhoun, LL.D. (q.v.). 



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COLQUHOUN, JAMES, LL.D. 1893. 

Writer in Glasgow and (since 1889) Member of the University Court, as 
Assessor nominated by the Lord Provost, Magistrates, and Town Council of 
the city. 

COLQUHOUN, JOHN, M.A. 1733. 

Minister of Baldernock ; died 2ist July, 1772. 

COLQUHOUN, JOHN, M.A. 1792, M.D. 1796. 

Greenock. 

COLQUHOUN, PATRICK, LL.D. 1797. 

Of Kelvingrove; Merchant in (i) Virginia, 1761-66, (2) Glasgow, 1766-89; 
originator of Chamber of Commerce; Lord Provost of Glasgow, 1782, 1783, 
and 1784; afterwards Stipendiary Magistrate at the Thames Police Court; 
Justice of Peace for Westminster; Deputy-Lieutenant of Middlesex; the real 
originator of the Thames Police System; born at Dumbarton, i/j-th March, 
1745; died 25th April, 1820. 

COLQUHOUN, WALTER, M.A. 1886. 

(i) Mathematical Master, Garnethill School, Glasgow; (2) Second Master, 
Kent Road School, Glasgow; (3) M.B., C.M. 1897. 

COLSTON, JOHN, C.M. 1844. 

Dorchester; Bishop's Stortford, Herts.; died 2nd August, 1859, aged 52, 
" one of the many victims to the slavery of Poor Law Medical Service " [Med. 
Direct.]. 

COLT, SIR THOMAS ARCHER, BART., M.D. 1840, C.M. 1841. 

Gloucester; Maidencomb, Torquay; died 26th February, 1893, aged 77. 

COLTART, GEORGE LETHEM, M.A. 1875. 

Native of Dumfriesshire; intended for Ministry of Church of Scotland, 
but died November, 1881, aged 26, before license. 

COLVIL, ALEXANDER, M.D. 1728. 

Presbyterian Minister of Dromore, Ireland, 1725-77; died 23rd April, 1777, 
aged 77. 

COLVIL, WILLIAM, M.A. 1816. 

"F. n. 6 tus Caroli Agric. Ochiltree" [Matric. Alb. 1812]. 

COLVILL, WILLIAM, M.A. 1796. 

"Hybernus" [Grad. Alb.]. 

COLVILLE, GEORGE, M.A. 1815. 

Minister of (i) Kilwinning, (2) Beith; died i3th May, 1852; D.D. Edin. 
1843. 

COLVILLE, JOHN, M.A. 1850. 

U.P. Evangelist at (i) Campbeltown, (2) Scotstounhill, Glasgow; died at 
Ardrossan, 27th July, 1886. 

COLVILLE, JOHN, M.A. 1888, B.D. 1891. 

Minister of St. Thomas', Dundee, 1893-97, when resigned. 



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COLVIN, FRANCIS HENRY, M.B., CM. 1883. 

Glasgow; Kirkcowan; Colmonell; died there, 1 7th June, 1895; M.A. Edin. 
1878 ; son of Walter L. Colvin (q.v.). 

COLVIN, THOMAS, M.B., C.M. 1893. 

Hanley, Staffs ; London ; Glasgow. 

COLVIN, WALTER LAIDLAW, M.A. 1830, D.D. 1859. 

Minister of (i) Shotts, 1836-43, (2) Cramond, 1843-77; born 4th June, 
1812; died igth November, 1877. 

COMB, CHARLES, M.D. 1784. 

Practitioner in London, and Numismatist; F.R.S. ; F.S.A. ; one of Dr. 
William Hunter's English Trustees; born in London, 23rd September, 1743; 
died there, i8th March, 1817. 

COMERFORD, JOHN THOMSON, M.D. 1867. 

Deputy-Inspector-General, R.N. ; London. 

COMRIE, ANDREW, M.A. 1886. 

(i) Assistant Teacher in West Public School, Paisley; (2) Head Master of 
Carbrook Street Public School there ; (3) Head Master of West Burgh School, 
Forfar. 

CONACHER, DAVID EDMOND, M.A. 1886. 

Probationer of the Free Church ; died at 6 Lindsay Terrace, Dowanhill, 
Glasgow, 4th April, 1892, aged 25. 

CONCANON, ANTHONY, M.D. 1844. 

"Hibernus" [Grad. Alb.]. 

CONN, JOSEPH, M.A. 1876, B.D. 1879. 

Minister of Tillicoultry. 

CONNAL, JAMES GALBRAITH, M.B., C.M. 1886. 

Glasgow. 

CONNAL, PATRICK, M.A. 1783. 

Secession Minister at Bathgate, 1787-1820 ; died 23rd January, 1820, aged 56. 

CONNEL, SAMUEL, B.A. 1840. 

(i) F.C. Minister at Coatbridge; (2) Proprietor of a Private Academy in 
St. George's Road, Glasgow; died suddenly at Rothesay, i3th July, 1879, 
aged 62. 

CONNELL, CHARLES ROBERT, M.A. 1885. 

Barrister-at-Law, London. 

CONNELL, DONALD, M.A. 1877. 

Minister of West Free Church, Inverness. 

CONNELL, JAMES, M.A. 1740. 

Minister of Sorn ; died i4th July, 1789, aged 68. 



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CONNELL, JAMES, LL.D. 1845. 

Teacher of Mathematics in the High School of Glasgow; born yth 
September, 1804; died 26th March, 1846. 

CONNOLLY, COLUMBA, B.A. 1846, M.A, 1861. 

"Filius natu minimus Jacobi Architecti in parochia de Kilcommin et 
comitatu de Galway" [Matric. Alb. 1843]; possibly the same person as the 
Rev. Coleman Connolly (fourth son of James Connolly of Lettermullen, Co. 
Galway, gent), who matriculated at Worcester College, Oxford, 25th April, 
1874, aged 47; Fellow Commoner, 1874; B.A. 1877; M.A, 1880; address 
in 1889, 15 Abercorn Place, St. John's Wood, London, N.W. 

CONNOLLY, DANIEL, M.D. 1788. 

"Hibemus" [Grad. Alb.]. 

CONNOR, DAVID, M.A. 1891. 

Licentiate of the U.P. Church. 

CONNOR, GEORGE MUIR, M.B., CM. 1885. 

Glasgow. 

CONNOR, JAMES, M.A. 1773. 

"Hibernus" [Grad. Alb.]. 

CONNOR, JOHN, M.A. 1738. 

" Fil. Patricii Connor in Paroch. Ardtrea in Comitat. Derry, Hib." [Matric. 
Alb. 1737]. 

CONNOR, JOHN, M.A. 1777. 

"Hybernus" [Grad. Alb.]. 

CONNOR. JOHN MORGAN, M.A. 1893. 

(i) Assistant to Professor of English Literature in Glasgow University, 
1894-96; (2) Student of Divinity in U.P. College. 

CONNOR, PATRICK, C.M. 1817. 

Newry. 

CONOCHIE, THOMAS GILLIES, M.A. 1891. 

Minister of Victoria Street U.P. Church, Dundee, since 1897. 

CONSTABLE, JOHN, M.D., C.M. 1862. 

Glasgow; Leuchars; J.P. 

CONSTABLE, WILLIAM JOHN RAWSON, B.A. 1835, LL.D. 1869. 

Rector of the Grammar School, Donington, Spalding; died 2gth April, 1882. 

CONWAY, JOHN, M.B., C.M. 1881, M.D. 1884. 

Glasgow; died 24th January, 1894. 

CONWAY, JOSEPH, M.D. 1860. 

Greenock; died 26th January, 1865. 

CONYNGHAM, WILLIAM LENOX, M.A. 1812. 

" Filius natu maximus Georgii Lenox, Armigeri de Springhill in Com. de 
Londonderry" [Matric. Alb. 1812]. 



120 ROLL OF GRADUATES 

COOK, ALEXANDER, M.B., C.M. 1890, M.D. 1893. 

Cardiff. 

COOK, DAVID, B.L. 1887. 

Writer, Glasgow. 

COOK, DONALD, B.Sc. 1873. 

Minister of Wellgate Free Church, Dundee. 

COOK, JAMES, M.B., C.M. 1888. 

Wakefield ; Catrine, Ayrshire ; London ; Stewarton. 

COOK, JOHN, D.D. 1838. 

Minister of St. Andrew's Church, Quebec, 1838-88; Temporary President of 
Queen's College, Kingston, 1857, and for two Sessions Professor of Divinity; 
Principal of, and Lecturer on Divinity in, Morin College, Quebec, which owed its 
foundation mainly to his influence; born at Sanquhar circa 1810; died circa 
1890. 

COOK, THOMAS DIXON, M.B., C.M. 1879. 

Hexham, Northumberland; Torquay. 

COOK, JOHN ANDREW, M.B., C.M. 1895. 

Linton, by Kelso. 

COOK, JOHN MILLER, M.A. 1891. 

Teacher in (i) Bathgate Academy, (2) Crosshill School, Strathaven. 

COOK, ROBERT, M.B., C.M. 1892. 

Glasgow ; Millport. 

COOK, ROBERT, M.D. 1892. 

Leiston, Suffolk; L.A.H. Dub. 1868; L.R.C.S. Edin. 1872. 

COOK, THOMAS, M.A. 1891. 

Minister of Levern. 

COOK, WILLIAM, M.A. 1874. 

Writer, Glasgow. 

COOK, WILLIAM STEWART, B.Sc. 1892, M.B., C.M. 1894. 

Glasgow ; Greenock. 

COOKE, ALEXANDER D., C.M. 1826. 

"Scotus" [Grad. Alb.]. 

COOKE, DANIEL, M.A. 1758. 

"Filius natu minor Richardi, Armigeri in urbe Dublin" [Matric. Alb. 1756]. 

COOKE, JOSEPH MAYNE, M.D. 1837. 

"Hibernus" [Grad. Alb.]. 

COOKE, SAMUEL HAMILTON, M.D. 1839. 

"Hibernus" [Grad. Alb.]. 

COOKE, WILLIAM BROOKS, M.D. 1842. 

" Occidentalis " [Grad. Alb.]. 



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COOKMAN, ALFRED, M.A, 1824. 

" Filius natu Maximus Georgii Mercatoris apud Hull in comitatu de York " 
[Matric. Alb. 1820]. 

COOPER, CHRISTOPHER, M.D. 1799. 

Practitioner at Dorchester; died there, 3oth July, 1842, aged 69. 

COOPER, JOHN, M.A. 1739. 

"Filius Gulielmi Cooper in New Monkland" [Matric. Alb. 1736]. 

COOPER, WILLIAM, M.A. 1827. 

Of Failford ; W.S., Edinburgh ; born 28th March, 1808 ; died 3151 December, 
1880. 

COOPER, WILLIAM, M.D. 1837. 

London ; died 4th February, 1882, aged 74. 

COOTE, WILLIAM, M.D. 1833. 

Ballyjamesduff, Co. Cavan. 

COPELAND, JAMES WILSON, M.A. 1896. 

Intends to qualify for Ministry of U.P. Church. 

COPEMAN, WILLIAM, M.D. 1848. 

Bury St. Edmunds; Norwich. 

COPLAND, ANDREW, M.B., CM. 1888. 

Johnstone ; Jarrow-on-Tyne. 

COPLAND, GEORGE, B.A. 1859, M.A. 1861. 

U.P. Minister at Ayr. 

COPLAND, WILLIAM, M.B., CM. 1893. 

Glasgow; Highbridge, Somerset. 

COPPIN, HENRY TUDOR, M.D. 1836, CM. 1841. 

"Hibernus" [Grad. Alb.]. 

CORBETT, JAMES, CM. 1826. 

Rathfriland, Co. Down. 

CORBETT, JOHN AUGUSTIN, M.D. 1853. 

Surgeon, R.N. ; died of spasmodic cholera at Beicos Bay, Constantinople, 
ist December, 1855, aged 38. 

CORBETT, JOSEPH, D.D. 1884. 

U.P. Minister at (i) Kilcreggan, (2) Manchester, (3) Camphill, Glasgow. 

CORBETT, ROBERT, M.B., C.M. 1886. 

Barrhead. 

CORBETT, ROBERT, M.A. 1890. 

Teacher in Glasgow. 

CORBETT, ROBERT TELFER, M.D. 1841. 

Glasgow; Waikato, New Zealand; Tuakau there; died i4th October, 1876. 



122 ROLL OF GRADUATES 

CORCORAN, GEORGE, M.D., CM. 1840. 

"Hibernicus" [Grad. Alb.]. 

CORDINER, ALEXANDER, M.A. 1892. 

Qualifying for Degree of LL.B. 

CORDINER, JAMES, M.A. 1884, M.B., CM. 1890. 

Aberdare ; Ship Surgeon ; Coatbridge. 

CORDINER, ROBERT, M.A. 1886. 

Licentiate of the U.P. Church. 

CORE, WILLIAM, M.B., CM. 1873, M.D. 1876. 

Cramlington, Northumberland; Muthill; Cadder, Lanarkshire; Glasgow 
(Medical Superintendent, Barony Parish Hospital). 

CORKINDALE, JAMES, LL.B. 1826. 

M.D. Edin. 1801 ; Practitioner in Glasgow and Surgeon of Glasgow Prison ; 
known as "Dr. Corkey"; died 1842; mentioned in Lockhart's "Lament for 
Captain Paton." 

CORMACK, BENJAMIN GEORGE, B.Sc., M.A. 1889, 

Baxter Demonstrator in Geology in University of Glasgow, 1889-92; 
Junior Assistant to Professor of Botany there, 1889-90 ; Senior Assistant, 1890-94; 
Lecturer on Botany in Queen Margaret College, Glasgow, 1890-91 ; Science 
Teacher in Alloa Academy, and Science Lecturer in School of Science and Art, 
Alloa, 1894-96; Professor of Botany in Anderson's College, Glasgow, 1897. 

CORMACK, JOHN DEWAR, B.Sc. 1892. 

(i) Assistant Lecturer on Technical Electricity, Yorkshire College, Leeds; (2) 
Assistant to Professor of Civil Engineering in Glasgow University. 

CORMACK, WILLIAM, B.Sc. 1874. 

English Master in Ayr Academy; died nth January, 1895, aged 52. 

CORMICK, FREDERICK BURDETT, M.B., C.M. 1895. 

Yoker. 
CORMICK, MICHAEL, M.A., M.D. 1772. 

"Hibernus" [Grad. Alb.]. 

CORNWAL, GABRIEL, M.A. 1734. 

"Hib." [Grad. Alb.]. 

CORNWALL, ROBERT ROE, M.D. 1839. 

"Hibernus" [Grad. Alb.]. 
CORRIE, JAMES, M.D. 1791. 

"Scotus" [Grad. Alb.]. 

CORRY, JOHN, M.A. 1755. 

" Filius natu maximus Rev di Viri Joannis Currie de Newton Curry in 
Hibernia" [Matric. Alb. 1753]. 

CORSE, JOHN, D.D. 1776. 

Minister of the Tron Church, Glasgow, 1743-82; Dean of Faculties in the 
University, 1768-70, 1771-72, and 1774-76; died 5th February, 1782, aged 68. 



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COSGRAVE, JOHN, M.D. 1843. 

Stalybridge ; Sheffield ; Douglas, Isle of Man ; Standish, Lanes. ; died 23rd 
December, 1881. 

COSH, JAMES, M.A. 1861, D.D. 1892. 

(i) R.P. Missionary to New Hebrides ; (2) Locum tenens for Rev. David 

Bruce, St. Andrew's Church, Auckland, N.Z., during his visit to Scotland ; (3) 

Minister of the Presbyterian Church, Balmain, Sydney, and Tutor in Exegetical 

Theology for the Presbyterian Church of New South Wales. 

COSTELLO, JAMES, M.D. 1834. 

"Hibernicus" [Grad. Alb.]. 

COSTELLOE, BENJAMIN FRANCIS CONN, B.Sc. 1874, M.A. 1875. 

Barrister-at-Law, London ; Degree Examiner on Mental Philosophy in 
University of Glasgow, 1879-82. 

COTTON, WILLIAM ROWLAND WADO, M.A. 1737. 

"Ang." [Grad. Alb.]. 

COULSON, GEORGE FRANCIS, B.Sc. 1892. 

Civil Engineer (with P. & W. MacLellan, Limited, Clutha Works), Glasgow. 

COULTER, DANIEL, CM. 1838, M.D. 1839. 

"Hibernus" [Grad. Alb.]. 

COULTER, HENRY, M.A. 1811. 

" Filius natu 2"* Joannis, Artificis, apud St. Andrews in Comitatu Downe " 
[Matric. Alb. 1809]. 

COULTER, HUGH, M.A. 1774. 

"Filius natu Maximus Hugonis in Parochia de Killwinning" [Matric. Alb. 
1769]. 
COULTER, JOHN, M.A, 1750, D.D. 1798. 

Minister of (i) Kirkmaiden, (2) Stranraer ; died i6th February, 1814, aged 84. 

COULTER, JOHN, M.A. 1815. 

Presbyterian Minister, Dundonald, Belfast; died 1877. 

COULTER, JOHN, M.D. 1839. 

"Hibernus" [Grad. Alb.]. 

COULTER, JOSEPH, M.D. 1842. 

" Hybernus " [Grad. Alb.]. 

COULTHARD. THOMAS, M.A. 1731. 

"Ang." [Grad. Alb.]. 

COUPER, DAVID, M.B., CM. 1881, M.D. 1883. 

Blantyre; Glasgow. 

COUPER, JAMES, M.A- 1775, D.D. 1800. 

Minister of Baldernock, 1783 to 1803; Dean of Faculties in Glasgow 
University, 1800 to 1802; Professor of Astronomy there, 1803 to 1836; son of 
John Couper, Minister of Lochwinnoch (q.v.) ; died 7th January, 1836, aged 84. 



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COUPER, JAMES, M.A. 1811. 

COUPER, JAMES, CM. 1832, M.D. 1836. 

"Scotus" [Grad. Alb.]. 

COUPER, JOHN, M.A. 1729. 

Possibly the same person as John Couper, who was Minister of Lochwinnoch 
from 1750-87, and died 1787, aged 81. 

COUPER, JOHN, M.D. 1858. 

London : sometime Professor of Physiology and Anatomy, London Hospital 
Medical College ; afterwards Lecturer on Surgery there. 

COUPER, PETER, M.A. 1895. 

Assistant Teacher in Springburn Public School, Glasgow, 1888; Second 
Master in Crofthead Public School, Fauldhouse, 1888-91 ; Classical Master in 
Albany Academy, Glasgow, since 1891. 

COUPER, ROBERT, M.D. 1782. 

Tutor in Virginia for some years, up to 1776; Practitioner at (i) Newton- 
Stewart, (2) Fochabers, as Physician to Duke of Gordon, 1788 to 1806 ; born in 
Wigtownshire, 22nd September, 1750; died at Wigtown, i8th January, 1818; a 
minor poet of some reputation. 

COUPER, ROBERT, M.D. 1805. 

Glasgow; died circa 1811. 

COUPER, WILLIAM, M.A. 1776. 

M. F. P. & S. G. 1783; one of the "Mediciner" Trustees nominated by 
Professor John Anderson, M.A. 1745 (q.v.), and also designated by him as 
Professor of Chemistry in his Institution ; one of the first Surgeons of the Glasgow 
Royal Infirmary ; became a partner of Charles Tennant & Co. of St. Rollox 
Chemical Works, and was also an original partner of the Glasgow Apothecaries' 
Co. ; born 1757 ; died 1843 ; son of John Couper, Minister of Lochwinnoch (q.v.). 

COUPER, WILLIAM, M.A. 1811, M.D. 1816. 

Professor of Natural History in Glasgow University, 1829 to 1857; died at 
East Kilpatrick, 4th August, 1857, aged 65. 

COUPER, WILLIAM JAMES, M.B., CM. 1894. 

Died at Southsea, 25th February, 1895 (3^ months after graduation), aged 27. 

COURT, CHARLES, M.B., CM. 1885. 

Alfreton, Derbyshire; Kirkham, Lanes. 

COURTENAY, THOMAS, M.D. 1846. 

Galgorm, Co. Antrim; died igth November, 1893, aged 83. 

COURTNEY, JOHN, M.A. 1768. 

"Hibernus" [Grad. Alb.]. 

COUSINS, ISAAC, M.A. 1809. 

"Hibernus" [Grad. Alb.]. 



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COUSINS, JAMES, M.A. 1787. 

"Hybernus" [Grad. Alb.]. 
COUTTS, DAVID, M.B., CM. 1891. 

Stevenston; Glasgow. 

COUTTS, JAMES, M.A. 1885. 

Assistant to Clerk of Senate of Glasgow University since 1884; Registrar of 
General Council since 1886; Secretary of Local Examination Board from 1889 to 
discontinuance of Examinations in 1893. 

COVERDALE, JOHN, M.D., C.M. 1834. 

New Town, Tasmania. 

COWAN, ANDREW, M.D. 1802. 

"Hibernus" [Grad. Alb.]. 

COWAN, CHARLES JAMES, M.A. 1869. 

Minister of Morebattle ; B.D. Edin. 1873. 

COWAN, DUGALD M'COIG, M.A. 1890. 

(i) Teacher in Broomloan Public School, Govan; (2) Teacher in Maryhill 
Public School; (3) Teacher in Eastpark Public School, Maryhill; (4) Head 
Master of North Kelvinside Public School there. 

COWAN, HUGH, M.A. 1891, LL.B. 1895. 

Intends to qualify as a Law Agent ; son of M'Taggart Cowan, C.E., Glasgow. 

COWAN, JAMES, LL.D. 1834. 

Of Dildawn, Castle-Douglas ; Master of the Grange Academy, Sunderland ; 
Founder of Cowan Gold Medals ; died at Dildawn, ist July, 1868. 

COWAN, JOHN, M.A, 1772. 

" Natus in Hibernia Josephi Filius natu maximus in Urbe Newrry in 
Comitatu de Down in Hibernia" [Matric. Alb. 1768]. 

COWAN, JOHN, M.A. 1797. 

Possibly the same person as John Cowan, Irish Presbyterian Minister at 
Coagh, 1801-41 ; died 26th July, 1841. 

COWAN, JOHN, M.A. 1824. 

Brother of, and sometime Assistant to, Dr. James Cowan of Grange Academy, 
Sunderland (q.v.); died at Dildawn, Castle-Douglas, 4th August, 1888. 

COWAN, JOHN, M.A. 1891. 

Advocate, Edinburgh; LL.B. Ed. 

COWAN, JOHN BLACK, M.D. 1851, LL.D. 1880. 

Civil Surgeon in Army in Crimea; Lecturer on Medical Jurisprudence in 
Anderson's College, Glasgow, 185610 1862; Lecturer on Practice of Medicine 
there, 1862 to 1865 ; Professor of Materia Medica in Glasgow University, 
1865 to 1880; Member of University Court (as Senate's Assessor), 1876 to 
1880; son of Robert Cowan, M.D. (q.v.). ; born i4th September, 1829; died 
at Brooksby, Largs, 27th July, 1896. 



126 ROLL OF GRADUATES 

COWAN, ROBERT, M.D. 1834. 

Surgeon to Glasgow Royal Infirmary, 1824-30; Physician to same, 1837; 
Professor of Medical Jurisprudence and Forensic Medicine in Glasgow University, 
1839-41; born 24th March, 1796; died gth October, 1841. 

COWAN, ROBERT CAMERON, M.A. 1856. 

Accountant, Edinburgh. 

COWAN, SAMUEL DONALDSON, M.A. 1891, M.B., CM. 1895. 

U.P. Medical Missionary to Old Calabar. 

COWAN, WILLIAM, M.A. 1808, LL.D. 1829. 

(i) Parish Schoolmaster at Slamannan; (2) Parish Schoolmaster at East 
Kilbride ; (3) Rector of the Academy in Darlington ; (4) one of the Masters 
of the Grammar School of Glasgow; (5) Head Master of Toxteth Lodge School, 
Liverpool ; (6) after retiral on a competency, for some years assisted his 
brother James Cowan, LL.D. (q.v.), in Grange Academy, Sunderland; born 
7th October, 1791; died at his estate of Linburn, Kirknewton, ist February, 
1875- 

COWAN, WILLIAM, M.D. 1843. 

"Scotus" [Grad. Alb.]. 

COWELL, WILLIAM JOHN JAMES, M.D. 1832. 

Lynton, North Devon; Dover. 

COWEN, BARUCH STEWART, M.B., C.M. 1885. 

Glasgow; Douglas, Isle of Man; Aden, Arabia (F.C. Missionary); Moffat; 
Alphington, Australia; Charlton there. 

COWEN, HERBERT OSBORNE, M.B., C.M. 1888. 

Douglas, Isle of Man ; Bendigo, Victoria, Australia ; Eaglehawk there. 

COWIE, DAVID, M.B., C.M. 1874. 

Glasgow. 

COWIE, JAMES, M.B., C.M. 1884. 

Coatbridge; Ryhill, Yorks. ; died there, i4th June, 1890. 

COWPER, GEORGE ALEXANDER, M.D. 1839. 

"Anglus" [Grad. Alb.]. 

COWPER, STEWART, M.D. 1867. 

Assistant-Surgeon, U.S. Army ; Leith ; Thornliebank ; Assistant-Surgeon, 
Civil Service, Ceylon; Melbourne; died 24th January, 1876. 

COX, FRANCIS AUGUSTUS, LL.D. 1825. 

Baptist Minister at (i) Clipstone, Northamptonshire, (2) Cambridge, (3) 
Hackney, Middlesex, 1811-53; born at Leighton Buzzard, 7th March, 1783; 
died at Hackney, 5th September, 1853; M.A. Edin. 1802. 

COX, JOHN, M.A. 1764. 

" Filius natu minor Joannis quondam Agricolae in Comitatu de Dunnegal 
in Hibernia" [Matric. Alb. 1761]. 



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COX, JOHN ANDERSON, M.D. 1849. 

"Cochin" [Grad. Alb.]. 
COX, SAMUEL, M.D. 1802. 

" Anglo-Britannus " [Grad. Alb.]. 

COX, WILLIAM TRAVERS, M.D. 18301 

"Hibernus" [Grad. Alb.]. 

COYLE, PATRICK, CM. 1819. 

"Hibernus" [Grad. Alb.]. 

COYLE, ROBINSON RUDDOCK, M.B., CM. 1892. 

Glasgow. 

CRAIG, ALEXANDER BAILLIE, M.B., CM. 1892. 

Walker- on-Tyne ; Blackburn. 

CRAIG, ALEXANDER GRATITUDE, B.Sc. 1894. 

Civil Engineer, Great Southern Railway, Buenos Aires, South America. 

CRAIG, ALEXANDER M'RAE, B.A. 1859, M.A. 1860. 

F.C. Minister at (i) Dundonald, (2) Sprouston, (3) Kelso. 

CRAIG, ANDREW FORRESTER, M.D., CM. 1863. 

Glasgow; Sanquhar; Glasgow; Hamilton; Glasgow; Lenzie; London; 
Lenzie. 

CRAIG, ANDREW M'LEAN, M.A. 1886. 

Head Master of Northern School, Falkirk. 

CRAIG, ARCHIBALD, M.B. 1870, M.D. 1877. 

Bishopbriggs ; Pathhead-Ford. 

CRAIG, ARCHIBALD, M.A. 1877, LL.B. 1881. 

Writer in Glasgow, and (since 1888) Clerk of the General Council of the 
University; Consul for the Greater Republic of Central America. 

CRAIG, DANIEL, M.B., CM. 1887. 

Ship Surgeon ; Barrhead ; Tarbert, Loch Fyne. 

CRAIG, HENRY JAMIESON, M.D. 1844. 

Newbiggen, Northumberland. 

CRAIG, HUGH BROWNLIE, M.D. 1860. 

Denny; Act Asst. Surg., Navy. 

CRAIG, JAMES, M.B., CM. 1870, M.D. 1876. 

Ashton-under-Lyne ; Partick; died 1885. 

CRAIG, JAMES, M.A. 1884, B.Sc. 1889. 

Teacher, Glasgow, in (i) Henderson Street School, 1883-89, (2) Napiershall 
School since 1889. 

CRAIG, JAMES, M.A. 1885, B.D. 1888. 

Minister of Whitburn since 1892. 



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CRAIG, JAMES HUNTER, M.A. 1895. 

Assistant Master in Gorbals Public School, Glasgow, 1890-92; Assistant 
Master in Public School, Cathcart, 1892 93; Head Master of Public School, 
West Linton, since 1893. 

CRAIG, JAMES MARCH, M.D. 1850. 

Birkenhead ; died 5th November, 1869. 

CRAIG, JOHN, M.A. 1804. 

"Filius natu maximus Joannis Mercatoris in parochia de Tullycorbit in 
comitatu de Monaghan in Hybernia" [Matric. Alb. 1801]. 

CRAIG, JOHN, M.B., CM. 1872. 

Grenada, West Indies. 

CRAIG, JOHN, M.A. 1885. 

Teacher in High School for Girls, Garnethill, Glasgow. 

CRAIG, JOHN BAILLIE, M.A. 1894, B.D. 1895. 

Licentiate of the Church of Scotland. 

CRAIG, JOHN WRIGHT, M.D. 1859. 

Darlington ; Ayr ; London ; Bradford ; Bingley, Yorks. 

CRAIG, JOSEPH LEITCH, M.A. 1887. 

Minister of Free St. George's Church, Montrose. 

CRAIG, PETER LATIMER LEITCH, M.A. 1891, B.Sc. 1896, M.B., CM. 1896. 

Wishaw. 

CRAIG, ROBERT, M.A. 1819. 

Minister of (i) New Cumnock, 1829-35, ( 2 ) Rothesay, 1835-43, (3) Free 
Church, Rothesay, 1843-60; born at Eaglesham, yth June, 1792; died at 
Rothesay, 26th May, 1860. 

CRAIG, ROBERT, M.A. 1866. 

(i) E.U. Minister at Blackfriars Street, Glasgow, (2) E.U. (Congregational) 
Minister at Brighton Street, Edinburgh. 

CRAIG, THOMAS CONNELL, M.B., CM. 1889. 

Colne, Lanes. ; Heaton, Northumberland ; Cramlington there ; Heaton. 

CRAIG, WILLIAM, M.A. 1736, D.D. 1764. 

Library Keeper to the University, 1736-37; Minister of (i) Cambusnethan, 

(2) Wynd Church, Glasgow, (3) St. Andrew's Church, Glasgow; Dean of 

Faculties in the University, 1748 to 1751; born at Glasgow, February, 1709; 

died i3th January, 1784; father of Lord Craig (infra). 

CRAIG, WILLIAM, M.A. 1763, LL.D. 1804. 

Library Keeper to the University, 1764-67; Sheriff of Ayrshire, 1787-92; 

one of the Judges of the Court of Session (under title of Lord Craig), 

1792-1813; Rector of Glasgow University, 1801 to 1803; born 1745; died 

8th July, 1813; cousin of Mrs. M'Lehose, the "Clarinda" of Burns. 



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CRAIG, WILLIAM, M.A. 1811. 

Possibly the same person as William Craig, Irish Presbyterian Minister at 
(i) Carnmoney, 1819-23, (2) Dromora, 1823-71, and who died 22nd December, 
1871. 

CRAIG, WILLIAM, M.D. 1828. 

Glasgow (Lecturer on the Theory of Medicine in Portland Street Medical 
School, 1833-36); died 1836. 
CRAIGHILL, LORD. See MILLAR, JOHN, LL.D. 1876. 

CRAIK, SIR HENRY, LL.D. 1884. 

Examiner in Education Department, London, 1870-85 ; Secretary to Scotch 
Education Board since 1885; born i8th October, 1846; Snell Exhibitioner, 
1865; B.A. Oxon. 1870; M.A. 1882; CB. (Civil) 1887; K.C.B. 1897. 

CRAIK, JAMES, B.A. 1861, M.A. 1862. 

W.S., Edinburgh; born i3th March, 1841 ; brother of Sir Henry Craik (q.v.). 

CRAIK, ROBERT, M.B., CM. 1886, M.D. 1893. 

Montgomery; Pelton Fell, Durham; Conisbrough, Yorks. 

CRAIK, WILLIAM, B.A. 1858, M.A. 1859. 

Merchant, Manchester; brother of Sir Henry Craik (q.v.). 

CRAIK, WILLIAM, M.B., C.M. 1892. 

Swinton, Yorks. 

CRAMB, JOHN ADAM, M.A. 1886. 

Assistant, as Luke Fellow, to Professor of English Literature in Glasgow 

University, 1886-89; Lecturer on Modern History in Queen Margaret College, 

Glasgow, 1889-91; Professor of Modern History in Queen's College, London, 

since 1893. 

CRAMER, SAMUEL JOHNSTON, M.D. 1800. 

"Hibernus" [Grad. Alb.]. 

CRAMPTON, SIR PHILIP, BART., M.D. 1799- 

Lecturer on Clinical Surgery, Dublin; Surgeon-General to the Forces; 

and Surgeon-in-Ordinary to George IV. and Queen Victoria in Ireland ; born 

at Dublin, 7th June, 1777; died loth June, 1858; F.R.S. ; at Sir Philip's 

villa in Wicklow, Sir Walter Scott halted for a night during his Irish tour in 1825. 

CRAN, HUGH, M.B., C.M. 1873- 

Nantwich, Cheshire. 

CRANE, WILLIAM, M.D. 1792. 

"Anglus" [Grad. Alb.]. 

CRANFIELD, THOMAS GEORGE, M.D. 1835. 

Enniscorthy, Co. Wexford; J.P. for County; died gth January, 1872, 
aged 60. 

CRANMER, JOHN GRAHAM, M.A. 1894, B.D. 1896. 

Licentiate of the Church of Scotland. 

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CRANSTOUN, JAMES, B.A. 1855, LL.D. 1873. 

Classical Master in Hamilton Place Academy, Edinburgh, 1856-60; Rector 

of (i) Kirkcudbright Grammar School, 1860-72, (2) Dumfries Academy, 

1872-78; Senior Classical Master of Royal High School, Edinburgh, 1878-86, 

when retired. 

CRAUFORD, CHARLES, M.A. 1746. 

" Filius Joannis Crauford Olitoris in Ferm prope Glasguam " [Matric. Alb. 
1740]. 

CRAUFUIRD, WALTER KENNEDY, M.D. 1791. 

"Brittanus" [Grad. Alb.]. 

CRAUFURD, ROBERT, M.A. 1758. 

" Filius natu maximus Gulielmi Crawfurd de Possile Mercatoris Glasguensis " 
[Matric. Alb. 1753]. 

CRAWFORD, ADAIR, M.A. 1770, M.D. 1780. 

One of the Physicians to St. Thomas's Hospital, London, and Professor 
of Chemistry to the Military Academy at Woolwich; died 2gih July, 1795, 
aged 47 ; brother of William Crawford, D.D. (q.v.). 

CRAWFORD, ALEXANDER, M.A., M.D. 1774. 

Possibly the same person as Alexander Crawford, Physician at Lisburn, 

who died 29th August, 1823, aged 68; brother of William Crawford, D.D. 

(q.v.), and of Adair Crawford, M.D. (q.v.). 

CRAWFORD, ALEXANDER, M.B., C.M. 1893. 

London. 

CRAWFORD, ALEXANDER DAVID, M.B., C.M. 1886. 

Millport; Coleshill, Warwickshire. 

CRAWFORD, ALEXANDER WILKIE, M.B., C.M. 1879. 

Paisley ; South Africa. 

CRAWFORD, ANDREW, M.A. 1769. 

" Natus in Hibernia Filius natu quartus Jacobi Agricolae in Parochia de 
Killimard in Com. de Donigal in Hibernia" [Matric. Alb. 1768]. 

CRAWFORD, ANDREW, M.A. 1787, M.D. 1789. 

" Scoto-Britannus " [Grad. Alb.]. 

CRAWFORD, ANDREW, M.D. 1842. 

"Filius nat. secundus Gulielmi Medicinae Doctoris ap. Port Glasgow in 
com. de Renfrew" [Matric. Alb. 1836]. 

CRAWFORD, CHARLES, C.M. 1827, M.D. 1845. 

Gourock; died 1855. 

CRAWFORD, DAVID HODGE, M.A. 1896. 

Assistant to Professor of English Literature in Glasgow University. 

CRAWFORD, FREDERICK, M.A. 1788. 

" Hibernus " [Grad. Alb.]. 



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CRAWFORD, GAVIN, M.A. 1879. 

Intended for Ministry, but died (before completion of Divinity course), 
i6th December, 1882, aged 30. 

CRAWFORD, GEORGE, M.D., CM. 1863. 

Port-Glasgow; died 4th January, 1890, aged 55. 

CRAWFORD, HUGH, M.D. 1834. 

"Scotus" [Grad. Alb.]. 
CRAWFORD, JAMES, M.A. 1756. 

"Filius natu major Jacobi Mercatoris in Urbe Donnegal" [Matric. Alb. 1755]- 

CRAWFORD, JAMES, C.M. 1823. 

Possibly Gourock. 

CRAWFORD, JAMES, CM. 1840, M.D. 1858. 

Manchester; died iyth January, 1880. 

CRAWFORD, JAMES, M.D. 1860, C.M. 1869. 

Longridge, by Whitburn ; Huddersfield ; Bradford, Yorks. 

CRAWFORD, JAMES, M.B., CM. 1876. 

Bradford, Yorks. 

CRAWFORD, JAMES, M.A. 1884. 

Science Master in Thomson Street Public School, Glasgow, 1885-86; Rector 

of Annan Academy, 1886-89; Teacher in High School of Glasgow since 1889. 

CRAWFORD, JAMES, M.B., C.M. 1884. 

Newmains; Rutherglen; Patricroft, Manchester; Glasgow; died 1894. 

CRAWFORD, JOHN, M.D. 1829. 

"Scotus" [Grad. Alb.]. 

CRAWFORD, JOHN, M.D. 1838. 

Glasgow (Professor of Medical Jurisprudence in Anderson's College, 
1842-56); Carstairs; died 1881. 

CRAWFORD, JOHN, M.B., CM. 1879. 

Biggar. 

CRAWFORD, JOHN, M.B., CM. 1889. 

Rutherglen; Glasgow; Dundee. 

CRAWFORD, JOHN, M.B., C.M. 1893. 

Ship Surgeon. 

CRAWFORD, JOHN CRICHTON, M.B., CM. 1883. 

Barrow-in-Furness ; Ardrossan ; Ingrow, Yorks. 

CRAWFORD, JOHN IRWIN, M.D. 1838. 

Fleet Surgeon, R.N. 

CRAWFORD, LAURENCE, B.Sc. 1886. 

Fellow of King's College, Cambridge, and Lecturer in Mathematics, 

Mason College, Birmingham ; Degree Examiner on Mathematics, etc., in 
University of Glasgow since 1896. 



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CRAWFORD, ROBERT, M.B., C.M. 1882, M.D. 1889. 

Glasgow. 

CRAWFORD, ROBERT BROWN, M.A. 1884. 

Minister of Kilmallie. 

CRAWFORD, STEWART NICHOLSON, C.M. 1836. 

Oldham, Lanes. ; Glasgow ; Auchencairn, by Castle-Douglas ; Glasgow. 

CRAWFORD, THOMAS, M.A. 1883, B.D. 1886. 

Minister of East U.P. Church, Perth. 

CRAWFORD, WILLIAM, M.A. 1763, D.D. 1784. 

Presbyterian Minister at (i) Strabane, 1766-98, (2) Holywood, 1798-1800; 
died there, 4th January, 1800; brother of Adair Crawford, M.D. (q.v.). 

CRAWFORD, WILLIAM, M.D. 1830. 

Port-Glasgow. 

CRAWFORD, WILLIAM, M.A. 1866, M.B., C.M. 1874. 

Carlisle; Blackburn; died there, 24th May, 1896, aged 50. 

CRAWFORD, WILLIAM, M.B., C.M. 1869, M.D. 1872. 

Dunfermline ; Uddingston. 

CRAWFURD, ROBERT KING BARBOUR, M.B., C.M. 1885. 

Morland, Westmoreland ; Keswick. 

CREAGHE, MARTIN CONNELL, M.D. 1799. 

"Hibernus" [Grad. Alb.]. 

CREIGHTON, JOHN ALEXANDER, M.B., C.M. 1891. 

Caistor, Lines. ; Ayr ; Wakefield. 

CREIGHTON, MANDELL. See LONDON, BISHOP OF. 

CREIGHTON, WILLIAM DAVIDSON, M.A. 1890. 

Assistant Priest, St. Salvador's Episcopal Church, Dundee. 

CRERAR, PETER DUNCAN, M.A. 1879. 

Barrister, Hamilton, Ontario, Canada; born at Crieff, 2nd February, 1859. 

CRICHTON, CHARLES, C.M. 1820. 

Fort-William ; Kilchrenan, Argyllshire ; Sonachan, same Co. ; died 3rd March, 
1878, aged 78. 

CRICHTON, DUNCAN, M.B. 1867. 

Kilchrenan, Argyllshire; Ship Surgeon; Liverpool; died 1885. 

CRICHTON, HUGH, D.D. 1842. 

Minister of the United Secession Church at (i) Duntocher, (2) Liverpool; 
died i4th January, 1871, aged 75 ; Degree conferred "at the request of a number 
of respectable citizens of Glasgow" [Univ. Minute, April, 1842]. 

CRICHTON, JAMES, M.D. 1835. 

"Fil. nat. 4 tus Caroli Merc, in Comit. de Ayr" [Matric. Alb. 1830]. 



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CRICHTON, WILLIAM, B.A. 1781, M.A. 1782. 

Intended for Dissenting Ministry in "South Britain"; died circa 1784. 

CRICHTON, WILLIAM, M.B., CM. 1891. 

Pollokshaws ; Birmingham ; Kirkcaldy. 

CRICHTON, WILLIAM CATTO, M.B., CM. 1887. 

Glasgow; Ship Surgeon; Willington, Durham; died at sea, 1894, aged 28. 

CRICHTON-STUART, JOHN PATRICK. See BUTE, MARQUESS OF. 

CRIGHTON, ALEXANDER, M.B., CM. 1874, M.D. 1876. 

Rishton, Lanes. ; Brymbo, Denbighshire. 

CROAL, PETER ROSS, M.D. 1837. 

"Demerara" [Grad. Alb.]. 

CROKER, GEORGE, M.D. 1840. 

Hillsborough, Co. Down; Belfast. 

CROKER, PATRICK ALFRED, M.B., CM. 1877. 

Williamstown, Victoria, Australia; Geelong there. 

CROMEY, ALEXANDER, M.D. 1836. 

"Hibernus" [Grad. Alb.]. 

CROMIE, ROBERT, CM. 1834. 

Clough, Co. Down. 

CROMPTON, JOSEPH, M.A. 1834. 

Sometime Unitarian Minister ; afterwards Minister and Founder of the " Free 
Christian Church"; thereafter Rector of St. Lawrence, Norwich. 

CRONYN, GEORGE, M.D. 1847. 

Callan, Co. Kilkenny; died ayth December, 1863. 

CROOKE, WARREN, M.D. 1838. 

Macroom, Co. Cork; died September, 1896. 

CROPPER, JOHN, M.A. 1826. 

Dissenting Minister at (i) Bolton, (2) Exeter, (3) Aberdeen, (4) Wareham, 
(5) Stand, near Manchester, (6) Wareham; retired 1867, and died at Eccles, 
near Manchester, August, 1889, aged 83. 

CRORY, SAMUEL, M.A. 1813. 

Irish Presbyterian Minister at Drumlough; ordained 1819; died igth May, 
1861. 

CROSBIE, WARREN, B.L. 1884. 

Writer, Glasgow. 

CROSS, DAVID KERR, M.B., CM. 1885. 

F.C. Medical Missionary at Lake Nyassa. 

CROSS, JOHN, M.D. 1811. 

Glasgow. 



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CROSS, JOHN, M.B., CM. 1893. 

Medical Missionary of the English Presbyterian Church to (i) Swatow, 
(2) Amoy. 

CROSS, JOHN ASHTON, M.A. 1870. 

Barrister-at-Law, London; Snell Exhibitioner, 1868; B.A. Oxon. 1872. 

CROSS, ROBERT, M.A. 1782. 

" Filius natu secundus Roberti Consuli in Universitate Glasguensi " [Matric. 
Alb. 1777]- 

CROSS, THOMAS, M.A. 1878, LL.B. 1881. 

Writer, Glasgow. 

CROSS, WILLIAM, M.A. 1895. 

Student of Theology in F.C. College, Glasgow. 

CROSSFIELD, HEDLEY ROBERT VICARS, M.B., CM. 1888. 

Douglas, Isle of Man; Manchester. 

CROSSKEY, HENRY WILLIAM, LL.D. 1882. 

Unitarian Minister at (i) Derby, (2) Glasgow, (3) Birmingham (while in 
Glasgow, Lecturer on Geology in Mechanics' Institution) ; born at Lewes, Sussex, 
1826 ; died ist October, 1893. 

CROSSKEY, WALTER FRANCIS, M.D., C.M. 1865. 

Glasgow ; Caistor, Lines. ; Birmingham ; Lewes, Sussex. 

CROTHERS, ROBERT, CM. 1839, M.D. 1848. 

Moy, Co. Tyrone ; Charlemont Fort, Co. Armagh ; Nice, France ; St. 
Leonards-on-Sea ; Southborough, Kent. 

CROW, JAMES NATHANIEL HARVEY, M.B., C.M. 1876. 

Army Surgeon in Transvaal; Ardrishaig; J.P. 
CROWE, JOHN, B.A. 1844, M.A. 1845. 

Presbyterian Minister at Hanley, Staffs. 

CROZIER, JOHN, M.D. 1809. 

"Hibernus" [Grad. Alb.]. 
CROZIER, MATTHEW, M.D. 1791. 

"Down: Hibernus" [Grad. Alb.]. 

CROZIER, WILLIAM, M.A. 1816. 

Minister of (i) the Presbyterian Congregation of Clonmel, Co. Tipperary, 
1824-32, (2) the Presbyterian Congregation of (Rademor) Kilmore, Co. Down, 
1832-72; born ist February, 1797; died 22nd May, 1873. 

CRUICKSHANK, JOHN, M.A. 1885. 

Teacher in Lothian Road Public School, Edinburgh. 

CRUIKSHANK, WILLIAM CUMBERLAND, M.A. 1767, M.D. 1783. 

Surgeon and Teacher of Anatomy in London ; previously Librarian and 

Assistant to Dr. William Hunter (q.v.); attended Dr. Samuel Johnson in his last 

illness; F.R.S. ; named Cumberland, after Duke of C. (q.v.); born at Edinburgh, 

1745; died at London, 27th July, 1800. 



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CRUM, JOHN GEORGE, M.A. 1894. 

Qualifying for the profession of Stockbroker in Glasgow. 

CRUMPE, CHRISTOPHER, M.D. 1787. 

"Hibernus" [Grad. Alb.]. 

CUBITT, WOOLMER RICHARD, M.D. 1823. 

"Anglus" [Grad Alb.]. 

CULLEN, GAVIN, M.A. 1821. 

Minister of Balmaclellan ; died i8th January, 1844, aged 51. 

CULLEN, GEORGE DOWNIE, M.A. 1820. 

Congregational Minister in Leith ; died 1891, aged 92. 

CULLEN, JAMES, M.D. 1842. 

Airdrie; died 1886. 

CULLEN, JOHN FLEMING, M.D. 1863. 

Glasgow; Alexandria, Dumbartonshire; died 4th July, 1889, aged 61. 

CULLEN, JOHN ROBERT FLEMING, M.B., CM. 1886. 

Glasgow; Alexandria, Dumbartonshire. 

CULLEN, ROBERT FLEMING, M.D. 1839. 

Surgeon, R.X. ; died xyth March, 1862. 

CULLEN, WILLIAM, M.D. 1740. 

Practised at Shotts and (in partnership with Dr. William Hunter) at Hamilton; 
Provost of Hamilton in 1739 and 1740; Lecturer on Chemistry in Glasgow 
University, 1747 to 1755 ; Professor of Practice of Medicine there, 1751 to 1755 > 
Professor of (i) Chemistry and Medicine, (2) Institutes of Medicine, (3) Practice 
of Physic, in Edinburgh University, 1755 to 1789; born at Hamilton, i5th April, 
1710 ; died 5th February, 1790. The following were the Case and Aphorism given 
to him as part of the examination for M.D. CASUS Laborat aegrotus tussi, 
catarrho^flcgmatis viscosi cxcreationc, gravitate^ lassitudinc, inappetentia, sift; quibus 
superueniunt sputum sanguinis, febris hectica, pressio ponderosa ptctoris dypspnoia, 
horror > color, albi profluvium, somnus diffidlis et turbuUntus. Quis Morbus, Quae 
euro, 1 APHORISMUS 2g/ ma Lib. 2 Hippocr. Cum morbi inchoant si quid mavcndum 
vidctur move; cum autem consistent aut vigenf, melius est quuscere. 

CULLEN, WILLIAM, M.A. 1823. 

"F. n. 2* Gulielmi Artificis in par. de Houston Renfrew" [Matric. Alb. 
1818]. 

CULLEN, WILLIAM, M.D. 1829. 

Carluke ; died 4th September, 1876. aged 86. 

CULLEN, WILLIAM, M.B., CM. 1884. 

Barbeggs, Croy ; East Kilbride ; Glasgow. 

CULROSS, JAMES, M.A. 1885, M.B., CM. 1888. 

Glasgow; Newton Abbot, Devon. 



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CUMBERLAND, H.R.H. THE DUKE OF, LL.D. 1746. 

" Who, by the blessing of God, has put an end to the unnatural and wicked 
Rebellion that threatened destruction to all our Religious and Civil Rights and 
Liberties" [Univ, Minute, 27th June, 1746]. By the same minute "the Rector 
Principal Professor of Divinity and Professor of Law are appointed to wait upon 
his Royal Highness when he comes South, and present the Diploma with the 
Universities compliments to him"; born i5th April, 1721; died 3ist October, 
1765; third son of King George II.; LL.D. conferred same year (1746) on the 
Duke's Secretary. See FAWKNER. 

CUMIN, PATRICK, LL.D. 1803. 

Professor of Oriental Languages in Glasgow University, 1761 to 1814; died 
27th October, 1820; M.A. Edin. 1760. 

CUMIN, WILLIAM, M.A. 1805, M.D. 1813. 

Sometime Surgeon in the 88th Regiment of Foot; afterwards Professor of 

(i) Botany in Anderson's College, Glasgow, (2) Midwifery in Glasgow University, 

1834-40; son of Dr. Patrick Cumin (q.v.) ; born 7th November, 1784; died 1840. 

CUMING, JOHN, M.A. 1776. 

"Natus in Hibernia films natu secundus Roberti viri Reverendi Rectoris 
parochiae Magheraclony in Comitatu Monhaan" [Matic. Alb. 1774]. 

GUMMING, ALEXANDER NEILSON, M.A. 1880. 

Barrister-at-Law, London ; Snell Exhibitioner, 1878; B.A. Oxon. 1882 ; son of 
James Elder Gumming, D.D. (q.v.). 

GUMMING, ALICE LILIAN LOUISA, M.B., CM. 1894. 

Greenock; Glasgow; daughter of James Simpson Gumming, M.D. (q.v.). 

GUMMING, JAMES, LL.D. 1850. 

(i) One of the Classical Masters in Edinburgh Academy; (2) Rector of 
Glasgow Academy; (3) Inspector of Schools; died i5th December, 1875, aged 76. 

GUMMING, JAMES BANKS, M.B., CM. 1896. 

Whiting Bay, Arran. 

GUMMING, JAMES BROWNLEE, M.B., CM. 1884. 

Glasgow. 

GUMMING, JAMES ELDER, D.D. 1872. 

Minister of (i) East-Kirk, Perth, (2) Newington, Edinburgh, (3) Sandyford, 
Glasgow. 

CUMMING, JAMES SIMPSON, M.D. 1866, CM. 1868 

Glasgow ; Port-Glasgow ; Houston ; Glasgow. 

CUMMING, JOHN, M.A. 1734. 

CUMMING, JOHN, M.D. 1793. 

"Americanus" [Grad. Alb.]. 

CUMMING, JOHN, M.B., CM. 1895. 

Dalmuir. 



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GUMMING, JOHN, M.A. 1895. 

Resident at 23 Sydney Street, Glasgow; intends to follow Teaching profession. 

GUMMING, JOHN BARR, M.A. 1880, B.D. 1884. 

Minister of (i) Wardlawhill, Rutherglen, (2) Mortlach ; son of James Elder 
Gumming, D.D. (q.v.). 

GUMMING, JOHN GHEST, M.A. 1888. 

Bengal Civil Service, India. 

GUMMING, ROBERT, B.D. 1886. 

(i) Licentiate of the Church of Scotland; (2) Student of Medicine; M.A. 
Aber. 1882. 

GUMMING, WILLIAM, M.D., CM. 1862. 

Strathaven; Kirkcudbright; Wigtown; died igth November, 1874, aged 33. 

GUMMING, WILLIAM, M.A. 1895. 

Resident at 39 Mill Street, Paisley; will probably follow the Teaching profession. 

CUNINGHAM, GEORGE, M.D. 1836. 

"Hibernus" [Grad. Alb.]. 

CUNINGHAME. JOHN, M.A. 1746. 

Minister of (i) Dalmellington, (2) Monkton; died 28th May, 1774, aged 45. 

CUNINGHAME, THOMAS, B.A. 1782. 

" Filius natu maximus Gulielmi Mercatoris in urbe Glasguensi " [Matric. Alb. 

I777]- 

CUNINGHAME, WILLIAM, M.D. 1790. 

"Scotus" [Grad. Alb.]. 

CUNLIFF, RICHARD JOHN, M.A. 1884, LL.B. 1887. 

Writer, Glasgow. 

CUNNINGHAM, ANDREW, M.R, CM. 1875. 

Glasgow; Oldbury, Worcestershire. 

CUNNINGHAM, DAVID, M.A. 1880. 

(i) Teacher in Glasgow (a) for six years, as English Master in West End 

Academy of Rev. Samuel Connel (q.v.), (b) as visiting English Master in West 

End Ladies' Schools; (2) Schoolmaster of Rosemarkie, Ross-shire, since 1882. 

CUNNINGHAM, GEORGE, M.A. 1895. 

Student of Medicine in Edinburgh University. 

CUNNINGHAM, HUGH, CM. 1837. 

"Hibernus" [Grad. Alb.]. 

CUNNINGHAM, JAMES, M.A. 1864. 

Minister of (i) Free Church, Girvan, (2) English Presbyterian Church, 

Longsight, Manchester, (3) English Presbyterian Church, Wandsworth, London. 

CUNNINGHAM, JEREMIAH, M.D. 1835. 

"Hibernus" [Grad. Alb.]. 



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CUNNINGHAM, JOHN, CM. 1834. 

Larne, Co. Antrim; Ballyclare, same Co.; Larne; died February, 1874. 

CUNNINGHAM, JOHN, M.A. 1836, LL.D. 1847. 

Sometime Assistant to Professor of Natural Philosophy in Glasgow University ; 
afterwards an ordained Missionary of the Reformed Presbyterian Church to the 
Jews in London; died there, 1872. 

CUNNINGHAM, JOHN, M.B., CM. 1871. 

Glasgow; Campbeltown. 

CUNNINGHAM, JOHN, M.B., CM. 1884. 

Glasgow ; Eastry, Kent ; London. 

CUNNINGHAM, JOHN, LL.D. 1886. 

Minister of Crieff, 1845-1887 ; Principal of, and Primarius Professor of Divinity 
in, St. Mary's College, St. Andrews, 1886-93; died ist September, 1893, aged 
74; D.D. Edin. 1860. 

CUNNINGHAM, JOHN, M.B., CM. 1889. 

Stewarton. 

CUNNINGHAM, JOHN FREELAND, M.A. 1896. 

Teacher in Dalbeattie Public School. 

CUNNINGHAM, PETER HANNAH, M.B., CM. 1879. 

Talbot, Victoria, Australia. 

CUNNINGHAM, ROBERT, M.A. 1809. 

Irish Presbyterian Minister at Minterburn, 1812-28; died 2gth June, 1828. 

CUNNINGHAM, WILLIAM, M.A. 1820. 

Irish Presbyterian Minister at Dundalk, 1825-29; died i5th May, 1829. 

CUNNINGHAM, WILLIAM LOVE, M.B. 1872. 

Paisley ; Alva. 

CUNNINGHAME, JOHN, M.A. 1730. 

CUPPAGE, THOMAS, M.D., CM. 1864. 

Lurgan, Co. Armagh; Birkenhead; Holy wood, Co. Down; died i4th May, 
1893. 

CUPPLES, GEORGE, M.A. 1746. 

Minister of Swinton; died i4th September, 1798, aged 72. 

CUPPLES, SNOWDEN, M.A. I773> D-D- *79> 

Minister, Carrick Fergus, Ireland. 

CURDIE, DANIEL, M.A. 1832. 

"Filius natu minimus Danielis, Agricolae, in com. de Bute" [Matric. Alb. 
1827]. 

CURDIE, JAMES, M.A. 1813. 

Minister of Gigha ; died i6th May, 1877. 



ROLL OF GRADUATES 139 

CURLE, DAVID, M.B., CM. 1887, M.D. 1896. 

Glasgow. 

CURLING, BUNCE, M.D. 1793. 

" In extensive private Medical practice in the County of Kent for several 
years past" [Univ. Minute, 26th January, 1793]. 

CURR, THOMAS, M.A, 1818. 

"F. n. max. Jacobi Agricolae Shotts" [Matric. Alb. 1813]. 

CURRIE, AUGUSTUS OCTAVIUS, C.M. 1840, M.D. 1842. 

"India" [Grad. Alb.]. 

CURRIE, CHARLES DAVID, M.D., C.M. 1839. 

Surgeon-Major, H.M. Indian Service; died at Bath, 2gth November, 1861, 
aged 44. 

CURRIE, DONALD, M.B., C.M. 1885. 

Bowmore, Islay; died at Salen, Mull, 29th August, 1888, aged 24. 

CURRIE, DUNCAN WILLIAM, M.B., C.M. 1876, M.D. 1890. 

Glasgow ; Tillicoultry. 

CURRIE, HUGH BROWN, M.B., C.M. 1894. 

Glasgow ; Dumfries ; Johannesburg, Transvaal, S. Africa. 

CURRIE, HUGH HART, M.A. 1874, B.D. 1877. 

F.C. Minister of Keig and Tough, Aberdeenshire. 

CURRIE, JAMES, M.A. 1738. 

Minister of (i) Kirkpatrick-Fleming, (2) Middlebie; died 24th October, 
1773, aged 58. 

CURRIE, JAMES, M.A. 1769, M.D. 1769. 

"Scotus" [Grad. Alb.]. 

CURRIE, JAMES, M.A., M.D. 17801 

Physician in Liverpool; Biographer of Robert Bums; born 3151 May, 
1756; died at Sidmouth, 3151 August, 1805; F.R.S. ; son of James Currie, 
M.A. 1738 (q.v.). 

CURRIE, JAMES, M.A. 1803. 

Minister of Catrine; "deposed i5th June, 1836, for several acts of 
intoxication" Scott's [Fasfi]. 

CURRIE, JOHN, M.D. 1864. 

Bristol; Glasgow; Lydney, Gloucestershire; Totnes, Devonshire; Taunton; 
died 2 5th August, 1893. 

CURRIE, JOHN, M.B., CM. 1886, M.D. 1896. 

(i) Ship Surgeon; (2) Rayapuram, Madras, India. 

CURRIE, JOHN ROGERSON, B.A. 1841. 

Minister of Hutton, by Lockerbie; died 2nd May, 1875, aged 54. 

CURRIE, ROBERT KIRKWOOD, M.B., CM. 1894. 

Glasgow. 



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CURRIE, RONALD, M.D., CM. 1862. 

London; Birmingham; Brodick; Tarbolton; Rothesay; Wemyss Bay; J.P. 

CURRIE, THOMAS, M.A. 1883. 

Minister of Warrender Park Free Church, Edinburgh. 

CURRIE, WILLIAM, M.A. 1885. 

M.B. Edin. 1890; Hurlford, Ayrshire; Todmorden, Yorks. 

CURRIE, WILLIAM F., M.D. 1838. 

Died at Quilon, i7th February, 1858. 

CURRIEHILL, LORD. See MARSHALL, JOHN, LL.D. 1876. 

CURRY, JOSEPH, M.A. 1817. 

" Filius natu Maximus Joannis Agricolae in parochia de Glendermott in 
comitatu de Deny" [Matric. Alb. 1814]. 

CURSON, ALEXANDER, M.A. 1796. 

"Hibernus" [Grad. Alb.]. 

CUTHBERT, ALEXANDER, M.A. 1830. 

(i) Congregational Minister at Airdrie; (2) U.P. Minister at Bathgate; 

retired 1855 ; died at 14 Newton Terrace, Glasgow, i3th August, 1887, aged 85. 

CUTHBERT, CHARLES CAMPBELL, M.A. 1896. 

Student of Medicine. 

CUTHBERT, EPHRAIM, M.A. 1734. 

"Sc. Hib. Fil. Johan. Cuthbert de Ballygall Armigeri in Com. Dublin" 
[Matric. Alb. 1732]; Fined for "drinking at unseasonable hours" [Univ. 
Minutes, nth and i6th February, 1734]. 

CUTHBERT, JAMES, M.A. 1844. 

Minister of Ballingry, 1851-57, when resigned; thereafter resident in 

Edinburgh without any regular employment; died, unmarried, nth March, 1874. 

CUTHBERT, JAMES AITKEN, B.L. 1887. 

Law Book-keeper, Glasgow. 

CUTHBERTSON, ALEXANDER, M.A. 1811. 

Minister of Edrom; died 4th June, 1849, aged 57. 

CUTHBERTSON, DONALD, LL.B. 1841. 

Accountant in Glasgow; born 6th November, 1784; died 8th December, 
1864; half cousin of Sir John Neilson Cuthbertson, LL.D. (q.v.). 

CUTHBERTSON, JAMES, M.D. 1841. 

Dublin. 

CUTHBERTSON, JOHN, M.A. 1889. 

Teacher in John Street Public School, Bridgeton, Glasgow. 

CUTHBERTSON, SIR JOHN NEILSON, LL.D. 1895. 

Merchant in Glasgow ; Chairman of the School Board, and of the Glasgow 
and West of Scotland Technical College; Member of the University Court (as 
General Council Assessor) since 1889. 



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CUTHBERTSON, THOMAS WILLIAM, M.A. 1887. 

Merchant in Glasgow; son of Sir John Neilson Cuthbertson, LL.D. (q.v.). 

CUTHBERTSON, WILLIAM, M.A. 1809. 

Irish Presbyterian Minister at Cullybackey, 1818-32; died 27th March, 1836. 

CUTHELL, WILLIAM, M.A. 1837. 

"Filius natu maximus Gulielmi Mercatoris apud Denny com. de Stirling" 
[Matric. Alb. 1831]. 

CUTHILL, JAMES SPENCE, M.A. 1893. 

Licentiate of the Church of Scotland. 

DAKERS, COLIN, M.D. 1822. 

"Scotus" [Grad. Alb.]. 

DAKIN, WILLIAM, CM. 1825. 

"Anglus" [Grad. Alb.]. 

DAKINS, WILLIAM WHITFIELD, LL.D. 1808. 

" Rev." (no further designation in Minutes). 

DALE, ALEXANDER, M.A. 1892. 

Student of Theology in Free Church College. 

DALE, GEORGE, M.B., CM. 1874. 

Ha> field, Cheshire ; Patterdale, Westmoreland ; Grosmont, Mon. ; Manor 
Park, Essex ; Bristol ; Cheddar, Somerset. 

DALE, LANGHAM, LL.D. 1859. 

Professor of Classics and English Literature at Cape Town ; B.A. Oxon. 
1848; M.A. 1874. 

DALE, ROBERT WILLIAM, LL.D. 1883. 

Minister of Carr's Lane Congregational Church, Birmingham, 1854-95 ; 
born at London, ist December, 1829; died i3th March, 1895. 

DALE, SAXON STAVELEY, M.B., CM. 1886. 

Manor Park, Essex; Meriden, Warw. ; perished in S.S. "Trinicria," 
8th February, 1893, aged 27. 

DALRYMPLE, JAMES RITCHIE, M.B., CM. 1892. 

Bradford, Yorks. ; Birmingham. 

DALRYMPLE, JOHN HAMILTON. See STAIR, EARL OF. 

DALRYMPLE, QUINTIN, M.A. 1871. 

Rector of Stranraer Academy; died at Tarbolton, 27th January, 1882, 
aged 32. 

DALRYMPLE, ROBERT, M.D. 1740. 

DALRYMPLE, WILLIAM, . M.A. 1740. 

Minister of Ayr, 1746 to 1814; baptized the Poet Burns; the "Dalrymple 

mild" of "The Kirk's Alarm"; born 2gth August, 1723; died 28th January, 1814. 



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D' ALTON, EDWARD, M.D. 1844. 

"Hibernus" [Grad. Alb.]. 

DALY, JOHN, M.D. 1831. 

"Hibernus" [Grad. Alb.]. 

DALY, JOHN FAIRLEY, M.A. 1876, B.D. 1882. 

F.C. Minister of (i) Inch, Wigtownshire, (2) Renwick Church, Glasgow. 

DALY, WILLIAM JOHN, M.B., CM. 1888. 

Hayes, Middlesex; Eastbourne. 

DALZELL, JAMES, M.A. 1867, B.D. 1869, M.B., C.M. 1870. 

F.C. Medical Missionary, Natal, South Africa (Senior Medical Officer, 
Irregular Troops, Zulu War). 

DALZIEL, GEORGE CALDWELL, M.A. 1882, B.D. 1886. 

F.C. Minister at Kinglassie. 

DANGERFIELD, GEORGE NICHOLAS, M.D. 1843. 

Cheltenham; died 7th April, 1890, aged 76. 

DANIEL, JOHN MONCCEUR, M.D. 1791. 

" Virginiensis " [Grad. Alb.]; probably Surgeon in the U.S. Army, and 

grandfather of John Moncure Daniel, Editor of the Richmond Examiner, 
Richmond, Virginia. 

DANIEL, SAMUEL, M.D. 1740. 

Of Yeovil, Somersetshire. 

DAPHTARY, GIRDHARLAL RATANLAL, M.D. 1871. 

Kurrachee; Greenwich; London; Surgeon-Major, I.M.S., Bengal; London. 

DARBEY, PATRICK, M.D. 1842. 

"Hybernus" [Grad. Alb.]. 

DARBEY, ROBERT, M.D. 1790. 

" Had the care of the Manchester Infirmary for several years " [Univ. 
Minute, 22nd March, 1790]. 

D'ARCY, O'CONNOR, M.D. 1846. 

Army Surgeon. 

DARWIN, GEORGE HOWARD, LL.D. 1885. 

M.A.,F.R.S., Plumian Professor of Astronomy and Experimental Philosophy, 
Cambridge ; son of Charles Robert Darwin, the naturalist. 

DAVENPORT, WILLIAM, M.A. 1751. 

Dissenting Minister at (i) Chowbent, Lancashire, (2) Hindley; died 1791. 

DAVID, JOHN, M.B., C.M. 1891. 

Clydach, Glam. 

DAVIDGE, JOHN BEALE, M.D. 1793. 

"Americanus" [Grad. Alb.]. 



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DAVIDS, SARKES C., M.D. 1841. 

"Persia" [Grad. Alb.]- 

DAVIDSON, ALEXANDER, M.D., CM. 1864. 

Great Coggeshall, Essex; Nottingham; died April, 1880. 

DAVIDSON, ALEXANDER, M.B., CM. 1879. 

Brighton ; Lenzie ; London. 

DAVIDSON, ANDREW, M.A. 1884, M.B., CM. 1888, M.D. 1891. 

Cambuslang; Glasgow; Cathcart. 

DAVIDSON, ANSTRUTHER, M.B., CM. 1881, M.D. 1887. 

Glasgow; Thornhill, Dumfriesshire; Sanquhar; Los Angelos, California, 
U.S.A. 

DAVIDSON, ARCHIBALD, M.A. 1752, D.D. 1786. 

Minister of (i) Second Charge, Paisley, 1758-61, (2) Inchinnan, 1761-86; 
Principal of the University of Glasgow, 1786 to 1803; died 7th July, 1803. 

DAVIDSON, BENJAMIN JAMIESON, M.A. 1882, B.D. 1885. 

F.C. Minister at South Kingarth. 

DAVIDSON, DONALD M'GILLIVRAY, M.D. 1859. 

Glasgow; Kilmalie; Aberdeen; Surgeon-Major, Army; died i3th January, 
1876. 

DAVIDSON, GEORGE, M.B., CM. 1866. 

Glasgow ; Honley, Yorks. ; West Pelton, Durham ; Sunderland ; Edinburgh ; 
Yaxley, Northamptonshire; Spennymoor, Durham; Grimesthorpe, Yorks. 

DAVIDSON, GEORGE, B.Sc. 1874. 

F.C. Minister of (i) Barony, Glasgow, (2) Great Hamilton Street there, 
(3) St Mary's, Edinburgh. 

DAVIDSON, JAMES, M.D. 1811. 

Understood to have practised for a time at Callander, where his father, 
Samuel Davidson, was a Surgeon. 

DAVIDSON, JAMES, M.A. 1891. 

Chartered Accountant, Glasgow. 

DAVIDSON, JAMES, M.A. 1895. 

Student of Medicine. 

DAVIDSON, JAMES FRASER, M.B., CM. 1887. 

Provanside; Tomintoul, Banffshire. 

DAVIDSON, JOHN, M.A. 1739. 

Minister of Old Kilpatrick; died igth May, 1793; brother of Principal 
Archibald Davidson (q.v.). 

DAVIDSON, JOHN, M.A. 1832. 

Minister of Symington; died i?th April, 1883, aged 85. 

DAVIDSON, JOHN, CM. 1835. 

Newry, Co. Down. 



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DAVIDSON, JOHN, M.D. 1849. 

Belfast; died 1864. 

DAVIDSON, JOHN MAXWELL, M.B., C.M. 1876, M.D. 1890. 

Overtown, Lanarkshire ; Johnstone, Dumfriesshire ; Brisbane, Queensland ; 
Toewoomba there; died at Toewoomba, i5th February, 1891, aged 36. 

DAVIDSON, LEWIS, M.A. 1871. 

F.C. Minister at (i) Rutherglen, (2) St. Andrews, (3) Mayfield, Edinburgh. 

DAVIDSON, MARK GEORGE, M.A. 1880. 

Advocate; Sheriff-Substitute of Lanarkshire at Hamilton; LL.B. Edin. 1883. 

DAVIDSON, ROBERT, LL.B. 1828. 

Advocate; Professor of Law in Glasgow University, 1801 to 1842; son of 
Principal Archibald Davidson (q.v.) ; born 29th March, 1768; died 24th July, 
1842. 

DAVIDSON, ROBERT, M.B., C.M. 1883. 

Chapelhall, Airdrie ; Bellshill; Shettleston. 

DAVIDSON, THOMAS, M.D. 1831. 

"Anglus" [Grad. Alb.]. 

DAVIDSON, THOMAS, M.B., C.M. 1880, M.D. 1887. 

Thornhill, Dumfriesshire; Los Angelos, California, U.S.A. 

DAVIDSON, WILLIAM, LL.B. 1821. 

Writer, Glasgow; born i8th October, 1798; son of Professor Robert 
Davidson (q.v.). 

DAVIDSON, WILLIAM, M.D. 1829. 

Glasgow (Lecturer on Materia Medica in Portland Street Medical School, 
1830-40); Largs ; Greenock; died 1859. 

DAVIDSON, WILLIAM, C.M. 1831. 

"Filius natu maximus Jacobi Mercatoris in com. de Lanark" [Matric. Alb. 
1828]. 

DAVIDSON, WILLIAM, M.D. 1833. 

Probably Largs. 

DAVIDSON, WILLIAM, M.B., C.M. 1887. 

Glasgow ; Airdrie ; Glasgow ; drowned at Sierra Leone circa 23rd April, 
1892. 

DAVIDSON, WILLIAM ALEXANDER, M.A. 1878. 

Teacher in (i) Glasgow, 1873-79, ( 2 ) Haddington, 1879-81, (3) Glasgow, 
1881-90; Head Master of (i) Kay Public School, Glasgow, 1890-94, (2) Calton 
Public School there since 1894. 

DAVIE, WILLIAM, LL.D. 1851. 

Town Clerk of Glasgow; born at Greenock, 1791; died at Glasgow, 1857. 

DAVIES, DAVID LLEWELLYN, M.B. 1874. 

Neath, Glam. 



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DAVIES, DAVID POWELL, M.A. 1870. 

Rector of Lampford, Bratt, Williton R.S.O., Somerset 

DAVIES. EVAN, M.A. 1845, LL.D. 1860. 

Principal of the Normal College, Swansea. 

DAVIES, HENRY, M.B., CM. 1895. 

Waunmeirch, Llangeler, Carmarthen. 

DAVIES. JAMES. M.A. 1730. 

DAVIES. JOHN, M.A. 1782. 

"Natus in Hybernia filius natu maximus Roberti Agricolae in Comitatu 
T>Tonne & Parochia Donachedy" [Matric. Alb. 1776]. 

DAVIES. JOHN, M.A. 1842. 

Protestant Dissenting Minister at (i) Newport, Isle of Wight, (2) Birkenhead, 
(3) Tavistock, (4) Bridport 

DAVIES, JOHN, M.B., CM. 1866, M.D. 1870. 

Denbigh ; Maesteg, Glam. ; J.P. 

DAVIES, JOHN DAVID, M.B., CM. 1892. 

Swansea. 

DAVIES, JOHN EVAN, M.A. 1881. 

Welsh Calvinistic Methodist Minister at (i) Siloh Chapel, LJanelly, (2) Jewin 
Crescent, London. 

DAVIES, JOHN HAMILTON, B.A. 1843. 

(i) Congregational Minister at Sherbourne, 1848-54; (2) Congregational 
Minister at Leamington, 1854-56 ; (3) Curate at Leamington 1856-74; (4) Rector 
of St. Nicholas, Worcester, 1874-92; died 2nd January, 1892. 

DAVIES, JOHN MORRIS. M.A. 1884. 

Professor of Church History, Logic, and Philosophy, Bala-Bangor In- 
dependent College, Bangor, North Wales. 

DAVIES, JOHN STANLEY, M.A. 1888, M.B., CM. 1892. 

Glasgow ; Dublin ; Glasgow ; London. 

DAVIES, NORMAN DE GARIS, M.A. 1889, B.D. 1891. 

Congregational Minister, Ashton-under-Lyne. 

DAVIS, ANDREW, M.A. 1769. 

" Nat in Hibernia Filius natu minimus Joannis in urbe Lisnavaghray in 
Com. de Down in Hibernia" [Matric. Alb. 1768]. 

DAVIS, DAVID DANIEL, M.D. 1801. 

Accoucheur in London ; Professor of Midwifery in University College there, 
1827-41; Physician Accoucheur to Duchess of Kent at birth of Queen Victoria ; 
born near Caermarthen, 1777; died at London, 6th December, 1841. 

DAVIS, GEORGE WASHINGTON, M.B., CM. 1887. 

Maryhill; Accrington, Lanes. 

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DAVIS, JAMES, M.A. 1808. 

Possibly the same person as James Davis, Irish Presbyterian Minister at 
Banbridge; ordained 1814. 

DAVIS, JOHN, M.A. 1802. 

" Filius natu Maximus Jacobi Artificis in parochia de Kilmore in comitatu de 
Down in Hybernia" [Matric. Alb. 1799]. 

DAVIS, JOHN, M.A. 1813. 

Possibly the same person as John Davis, Irish Presbyterian Minister at 
Killeter, 1828-32, who died 25th February, 1832. 

DAVIS, JOHN, M.D. 1837. 

"Hibernicus" [Grad. Alb.]. 

DAVIS, JOSEPH, CM. 1829. 

Poyntzpass, Co. Armagh. 

DAVIS, RICHARD JEREMY, B.A. 1858, M.A. 1859. 

Born 1835 (son of David Davis, Professor in Presbyterian College, Carmarthen); 
died i8th May, 1859. 

DAVIS, THOMAS, M.D. 1843. 

Manorhamilton, Co. Leitrim ; Londonderry; J.P. 

DAVIS, WILLIAM ALEXANDER, M.D. 1841. 

Sugar Island, Newry, Co. Down; died 7th November, 1877, aged 80. 

DAVISON, DAVID, M.A. 1813. 

Minister of (i) Presbyterian Church, Dundalk, Ireland, 1819-25, (2) Jewin 
Street Dissenting Chapel, London. 

DAVISON, JAMES, M.A. 1780. 

Possibly the same person as James Davison, Presbyterian Minister of Augh- 

nacloy and Ballygawley, Co. Tyrone; ordained 1787; suspended for two months 

in June and July, "1811; resigned igth August that year; died 3rd February, 

1813. 

DAVISON, ROBERT, M.A. 1731. 

"Sco. Hib." [Grad. Alb.]. 

DAVISON, SAMUEL, M.D. 1838. 

Dromara, Co. Down ; died 1884. 

DAVISON, THOMAS, M.A. 1848. 

Minister of Dungiven Presbyterian Church, County Derry, since 1854. 

DAVISON, WILLIAM HOPE, M.A. 1879- 

(i) Congregational Minister at Portobello; (2) Secretary of the Congrega- 
tional Union of Scotland. 

DAVY, WILLIAM GODFREY, M.D. 1836. 

"Hibernus" [Grad. Alb.]. 

DAVYS, JOHN, M.A. 1766 

"Hibernus" [Grad. Alb.]. 



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DAWBARN, GILBERT JOSEPH, B.Sc. 1884. 

Engineer, Learmonth, Australia. 

DAWSON, ABRAHAM, M.A. 1733. 

Sometime a Presbyterian Minister; thereafter (1754-89) Rector of Ringsfield, 

near Beccles, Suffolk; died 3rd October, 1789, aged 76; brother of Benjamin 

Dawson, LL.D. (q.v.), Samuel Dawson, M.A. (q.v.), and Thomas Dawson, M.D. 

(q.v.). 

DAWSON, BENJAMIN, M.A. 1750, LL.D. 1758. 

Divine and Philologist ; Presbyterian Minister at Leek, Staffs. ; Teacher 
at Congleton, Cheshire; Assistant Minister at St. Thomas's, Southwark, London; 
Rector of Burgh, near Woodbridge, Suffolk, 1760 to 1814; born at Halifax, 
1729; died at Burgh, i5th June, 1814; brother of Abraham Dawson, M.A. 
(q.v.), Samuel Dawson, M.A. (q.v.), and Thomas Dawson, M.D. (q.v.). 

DAWSON, GEORGE, M.A. 1841. 

Minister of (i) Rickmansworth Baptist Chapel, (2) Mount Zion, Birmingham, 
(3) the "Church of the Saviour" there; born at London, 24th February, 1821 ; 
died at King's Norton, near Birmingham, 3oth November, 1876. 

DAWSON, JAMES, M.A, 1879. 

Inspector of Schools, New South Wales. 

DAWSON, SAMUEL, M.A. 1733. 

Schoolmaster; brother of Abraham Dawson, M.A. (q.v.), Benjamin Dawson, 
LL.D. (q.v.), and Thomas Dawson, M.D. (q.v.). 

DAWSON, THOMAS, M.A. 1750, M.D. 1753. 

Minister of Congregation at Gravel Pit Meeting House, Hackney, London, 
previous to graduation in Medicine; thereafter Medical Practitioner in London; 
Physician to Middlesex Hospital, 1759-61 ; Physician to London Hospital, 
1764-70; born circa 1725; died 2gth April, 1782; brother of Abraham 
Dawson, M.A. (q.v.), Benjamin Dawson, LL.D. (q.v.), and Samuel Dawson, 
M.A. (q.v.). 

DAY, ALFRED, B.A. 1827, M.A. 1828, LL.D. 1833. 

"Filius natu maximus Joannis Armigeri appud Bristol" [Matric. Alb. 1824], 

DAY, FRANCIS, M.D. 1824. 

"Anglus" [Grad. Alb.]. 

DAY, HENRY, M.D. 1842. 

Acton, Middlesex; Surgeon, R.N., 1808; died December, 1858, aged 71. 

DAY, MAKHAN LAL, M.B., C.M. 1883. 

Practitioner in Calcutta, and Lecturer on Physiology in the Calcutta 
School of Medicine. 

DEAN, JOHN, M.A. 1758. 

Dissenting Minister at (i) Kirk Oswald, near Penrith, (2) North Shields, 
(3) Bradford; died circa 1812. 



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DEANE, JAMES, M.D. 1854, M.A. 1855. 

Chatteris, Cambridge; St. Ives, Hunts.; died loth February, 1876, aged 63. 

DEANE, WILLIAM CHARLES, M.D., CM. 1837. 

"Anglus" [Grad. Alb.]. 

DEAS, ANDREW ORR, M.A. 1882, LL.B. 1885. 

Advocate, Edinburgh. 

DEASE, RICHARD, M.D. 1796. 

Professor of Anatomy and Surgery to Royal College of Surgeons of 
Ireland; born in Dublin circa 1774; died there, 2ist February, 1819. 

DEASY, MORGAN, M.D. 1785. 

"Hibernus" [Grad. Alb.]. 

DECHMANN, WILLIAM, B.L. 1886. 

Died at 9 Bellgrove Street, Glasgow, 24th February, 1889, aged 27. 

DELAP, ALEXANDER, M.A. 1776. 

"Hibernus" [Grad. Alb.]. 

DE LYS, GABRIEL JEAN MARIE, M.D. 1808. 

Practitioner in Birmingham; died circa 1831. 

DEMAR, JOHN, LL.D. 1752. 

Of the Temple, London ; Degree granted on the ground that " Mr. Demar 
his Uncle had shewn great benevolence to this country in remitting a sum of 
money for the use of the Societie for propagating Religion in the Highlands 
and Islands, and that he and his Nephew may be considerable Benefactors to 
this University" [Univ. Minute, 1752]. 

DE MERIC, VICTOR, M.D. 1847. 

London : sometime Lecturer on Surgery, Royal Free Hospital Medical 
College; died 29th August, 1876, aged 65. 

DEMPSTER, JAMES CARROLL, M.D. 1840. 

Deputy Inspector-General, Army; died 27th February, 1881. 

DENHAM, JACOB SANDERSON, M.D. 1866. 

South Shields; died November, 1881, aged 61. 

DENHAM, JOSEPH, M.A. 1778. 

Presbyterian Minister at (i) Enniskillen, 1781-99, (2) Killeshandra, 1799 
to 1834; died 2ist October, 1834. 

DENHOLM, ALEXANDER, M.A. 1767. 

" Filius natu secundus Jacobi procuratoris Comitis de Hyndford, Comitatu 
de Clydesdale" [Matric. Alb. 1763]. 

DENHOLM, ANDREW, M.B., CM. 1874, M.D. 1883. 

Glasgow; Manchester; Chorlton-cum-Hardy, Lanes. 

DENNEY, JAMES, M.A. 1879, B.D. 1882, D.D. 1895. 

F.C. Minister at Broughty-Ferry, 1886-97 ; Professor of Systematic Theology 
in F.C. College, Glasgow, since 1897. 



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DENNIS, CHARLES, M.D. 1822. 

"Anglus" [Grad. Alb.]. 

DENNISON, JEROME, B.L. 1896. 

Law Clerk, Glasgow. 

DENNISTON, JAMES, B.A. 1836, M.A. 1838. 

Possibly the same person as James Denniston, who was (i) F.C. Minister 

at Montego Bay, (2) F.C. Missionary at Constantinople, 1847-48, (3) F.C. 
Minister at Malta, 1849-51. 

DENNISTON, JAMES, M.B., CM. 1877, M.D. 1880. 

Army Surgeon in Turkey during War; Greenock ; Dunoon; Bowdon, 

Cheshire; died at sea, from pneumonia, on board R.M.S. " Tongariro," loth 
April, 1895, aged 41. 

DENNISTOUN, JAMES, M.A. 1820. 

Of Dennistoun, Advocate ; an accomplished writer on Art and Archaeology ; 
born 1803; died at Edinburgh, i3th February, 1855. 

DENNY, PETER, LL.D. 1890. 

Shipbuilder and Marine Engineer, Dumbarton; died 22nd August, 1895, 
aged 74. 

DENNYSON, THOMAS, M.A. 1729. 

An "English Student" [Univ. Minute]. 

DENCON, BENJAMIN, M.A. 1881. 

Minister of Kirkcowan; died 2oth April, 1886. 

DENOVAN, ROBERT, M.A, 1768. 

"Filius jam unicus Roberti Ludimagistri in parochia de Stonehouse in 
comitatu de Clydsdale" [Matric. Alb. 1761]. 

DENTON, TANAT WYNNE, M.D. 1839. 

Newbold, Cheshire; died October, 1896, aged 87. 

DESNIZKOY, SEMEN, M.A. 1765, LL.D. 1767. 

" Filius natu secundus Ethimii, Civis Urbis Nizyn, in comitatu Kioviensi, 
in Ukrania, Russia" [Matric. Alb. 1761]; acknowledged in presence of the 
Camilla, 6th January, 1767, that he "was guilty of a most gross Violation of 
the Laws of Order and Decency in attacking Mr. John Anderson, a Professor, 
in the public Area of the College on the 8th of December last, in a very 
Violent and Affronting Manner," and publicly begged pardon therefor. 

D'ESTERRE, ARTHUR HENRY, M.D. 1856. 

Limerick; died 1873. 

DEVERELL, WILLIAM PONSONBY, M.D. 1846. 

Dromore, Co. Down; Ravensdale, Co. Louth ; Dublin; Ardglass, Co. 
Down; died 1892. 

DEVLIN, CHARLES, M.D. 1837. 

"Hibernus" [Grad. Alb.]. 



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DEWAR, ALEXANDER, M.B., CM. 1886. 

Practitioner in Glasgow, and Registrar of Births, etc., for Milton District. 

DEWAR, ARCHIBALD EDMISTON, M.A. 1876. 

Minister of Sanquhar, 1881-83; died in Australia, 6th June, 1883; son of 
James Dewar, M.A. 1847 (q.v.). 

DEWAR, DANIEL, LL.D. 1815, D.D. 1832. 

Minister of Greyfriars, Aberdeen, and Professor of Moral Philosophy in 
King's College ; afterwards Minister of Tron Church, Glasgow ; latterly Principal 
of Marischal College and University, Aberdeen, and Professor of Church 
History therein; attended to the scaffold James Wilson, who was executed at 
Glasgow for High Treason (in connection with Reform movement), 3oth 
August, 1820; died 28th May, 1867, aged 80. 

DEWAR, DANIEL M'KELLAR, M.B., C.M. 1886. 

Glasgow. 

DEWAR, DAVID ALEXANDER, M.B., C.M. 1893. 

Grangemouth ; Low Fell, Northumberland ; Stanley, Co. Durham. 

DEWAR, DONALD, M.D. 1853. 

Glasgow; Civil Surgeon in East during Crimean War; graduated as 
"Daniel Dewar"; died i8th March, 1876, aged 50. 

DEWAR, DONALD STEWART, M.B., C.M. 1894. 

Glasgow; Ship Surgeon; Newcastle-on-Tyne. 

DEWAR, HUGH, M.A. 1810. 

Minister of Stonehouse, 1822-61; died 2ist May, 1861, aged 67. 

DEWAR, JAMES, M.A. 1847. 

Minister of (i) Kilmodan, (2) Arrochar. 

DEWAR, JAMES, LL.D. 1892. 

Jacksonian Professor of Natural and Experimental Philosophy in the 
University of Cambridge, and Fullerian Professor of Chemistry in the Royal 
Institution of Great Britain; M.A.Cantab.; F.R.S. 

DEWAR, JAMES, M.A. 1894. 

Teacher in Petershill Public School, Glasgow. 

DEWAR, JOHN, M.A. 1865. 

U.P. Missionary to South Africa, 1872-78; U.P. Minister at Tarkastad, 
Cape Colony, since 1878. 

DEWAR, JOHN, M.B., C.M. 1887. 

Easdale; Dunvegan, Skye; Portree there. 

DEWAR, MARGARET COCHRAN, M.B., C.M. 1894. 

Dumfries ; Glasgow. 

DEWAR, PETER FORREST, M.B., C.M. 1893. 

Strathaven. 



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DEWAR, ROBERT SHAND, M.A. 1879. 

Teacher in (i) Auchtergaven Parish School, 1867-69, (2) Ruthvenfield 
School, Perthshire, 1869-72, (3) Langside Academy, 1873-79, (4) Underbank 
Public School, Crossford, by Carluke, since 1879. 

DEWES, EDWARD, M.D. 1844. 

Coventry; J.P. ; Bournemouth; died nth April, 1889. 

DE WYTT, WILLIAM HENRY. See WYTT. 

DIAMOND, JAMES, M.B., CM. 1872, M.D. 1877. 

Glasgow; Muthill; Huddersfield; Mudgee, N.S. Wales. 

DIAMOND, WILLIAM, M.B., CM. 1888. 

Glasgow ; Kerrsland, Omeo, Victoria, Australia ; Sydenham, Christchurch, 
N.Z. 

DICEY, ALBERT VENN, LL.D. 1883. 

Barrister-at-Law ; Vinerian Professor of Common Law in the University of 
Oxford since 1882; B.A. Oxon. 1858; M.A. 1861 ; B.C.L. 1877; LL.D. Edin 
1886. 

DICK, ANDREW, M.D. 1816. 

"Late Surgeon in the Navy" [Univ. Minute, 3ist May, 1816]. 

DICK, ARCHIBALD SMITH, M.B., CM. 1894. 

Glasgow. 

DICK, CRAUFURD, CM. 1823. 

" Scotus " [Grad. Alb.]. 

DICK, DAVID, M.B., CM. 1873. 

Wishaw. 

DICK, JAMES, M.A. 1744. 

Ordained Minister of the Second Charge, Ayr, 6th January, 1757; demitted 
on getting an allowance, "having no prospect of living usefully to them, or 
comfortably to himself," which was accepted, 2oth October, same year; sub- 
sequently left the country [Scott's Fasti]. 

DICK, JAMES, M.A. 1818. 

R.P. Minister at Kellswater, Ireland, and Professor of Systematic Theology 
to R.P. Church, Ireland; born at Strabane, 7th November, 1799; died 24th May, 
1880. 

DICK, JAMES, M.D. 1853, CM. 1869. 

Glasgow; died there i3th December, 1892, aged 62. 

DICK, JAMES, M.D. 1862. 

Dairy, Ayrshire; Harrington, Cumberland. 

DICK, JAMES, M.A. 1896. 

Student of Medicine. 



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DICK, JOHN, M.A. 1755. 

Second son of Robert Dick, Professor of Natural Philosophy in Glasgow 
University, 1727-51, and brother of Professor Robert Dick, M.D. (q.v.). 

DICK, JOHN, M.A. 1889. 

Teacher in (i) St. John's Grammar School, Hamilton, (2) Rutland Crescent 
Public School, Govan, (3) Allan Glen's School, Glasgow. 

DICK, MATHEW, LL.B. 1886. 

Writer, Campbeltown; M.A. Edin. 1881. 

DICK, RICHARD GREGOR, M.B., CM. 1892. 

Bonar Bridge; Elgin; Burghead, Elgin 

DICK, ROBERT, M.A. 1744. 

Minister of (i) Lanark, (2) New Greyfriars' Church, Edinburgh, (3) Trinity 
College Church, Edinburgh; died 24th August, 1782, aged 61 ; his settlement 
at Lanark was violently disputed, and much rioting and litigation ensued. 

DICK, ROBERT, M.A. 1744, M.D. 1751. 

Professor of Natural Philosophy in Glasgow University, 1751-57; died 

22nd February, 1757 ; son of Robert Dick, who held the same Professorship 
from 1727-51. 

DICK, ROBERT, M.D. 1834. 

London; Edinburgh; died 24th March, 1878. 

DICK, WALTER, M.D. 1836. 

"Fil. n. s tus Gualteri Merc. Glasg." [Matric Alb. 1827]. 

DICKIE, ANDREW BORLAND, M.A. 1878. 

U.P. Minister at Huntly. 

DICKIE, DAVID URQUHART, M.A. 1882, B.L. 1888. 

Writer, Glasgow. 

DICKIE, HUGH, M.A. 1883, M.B., CM. 1887, M.D. 1896. 

Glasgow; Burnley, Lanes.; Morpeth; son of Hugh Dickie, LL.D. (q.v.). 

DICKIE, HUGH, LL.D. 1891. 

Rector of (i) Airdrie Academy, 1858-62, (2) Girvan Grammar School, 

1862-67, (3) Dumbarton Burgh Academy, 1867-76, (4) Kilmarnock Academy 
since 1876. 

DICKIE, JOHN, M.A. 1728. 

Minister of (i) Dunscore, 1737-47, (2) Langholm, 1748-90; demitted 
1 2th October, 1790; died gth February, 1800, aged 91. 

DICKIE, JOHN, M.D. 1857. 

Braco, Perthshire; Alloa; Government Emigration Service; London; 
Moonta, S. Australia; Westbury, Tasmania; Stirling; Strone. 

DICKIE, JOHN M'AUSLAND, M.A. 1893, B.D. 1896. 

Licentiate of the Church of Scotland ; son of Hugh Dickie, LL.D. (q.v.). 



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DICKIE, MATTHEW, M.A. 1876. 

Minister of South U.P. Church, Sanquhar. 

DICKIE, MATTHEW MURE, M.A. 1870, B.D. 1874. 

Sometime U.P. Minister at Haddington; resigned in 1886 owing to ill-health; 
resident in Bristol, 1896. 

DICKIE, ROBERT, M.D. 1842. 

" Kiberaus " [Grad. Alb.]. 

DICKIE, ROBERT, M.A. 1887. 

Schoolmaster in (i) South Public School, Paisley, (2) Central Public School, 
Gourock, (3) Kibble Reformatory Institution, Paisley, (4) Hutchesons' Grammar 
School, Glasgow, (5) Public School, Skelmorlie. 

DICKIE. ROBERT PITTENDRIGH, M.A. 1885. 

F.C. Minister at Longriggend. 

DICKIE, WILLIAM, M.D. 1844, CM. 1863. 

Belize, Honduras. 

DICKIE, WILLIAM, M.A. 1875. 

U.P. Minister at (i) Rosehearty, (2) Perth, (3) Dowauhill, Glasgow. 

DICKINSON, JOHN, M.A. 1883, B.Sc. 1886, M.B., CM. 1887. 

Campbeltown ; Kirkdale, Liverpool ; died at Kintillo, Bridge of Earn, 
1 3th September, 1890. 

DICKSON, ALEXANDER, LL.D. 1879. 

M.D. Edin. 1860; Professor of Botany in (i) The School of Physic in 
Ireland, 1866 to 1868, (2) Glasgow University, 1868 to 1879, (3) Edinburgh 
University, 1879 to '887; born in Edinburgh, 2ist February, 1836; died 
suddenly, of heart disease, on 3oth December, 1887, during the interval of a 
curling match at Thriepland Pond, near Hartree, his residence in Peeblesshire. 

DICKSON, ALEXANDER, M.B., CM. 1883. 

Ship Surgeon ; Baillieston ; Yeovil, Somerset. 

DICKSON, CHARLES SCOTT, M.A. 1871. 

(i) Writer, Glasgow; (2) Advocate, Edinburgh; Lecturer on Constitutional 

Law and History in Glasgow University during Summer 1878 ; Solicitor-General 

for Scotland, 1896; Q.C. .1896; brother of James Douglas Hamilton Dickson, 

M.A. (q.v.). 

DICKSON, DAVID, D.D. 1824. 

Minister of (i) High Church, Kilmarnock, (2) St Cuthberr/s, Edinburgh; 
died 28th July, 1842, aged 63 ; officiated at funeral of Sir Walter Scott 

DICKSON, GEORGE, M.D. 1839. 

"Hibernus" [Grad. Alb.]. 

DICKSON, GEORGE, M.B., CM. 1881, M.D. 1885. 

Glasgow ; son of Professor William Purdie Dickson (q.v.). 



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DICKSON, HUGH, M.A. 1781, M.D. 1784. 

"Filius natu Quintus Joannis Agricolae in parochia de Cormmeney comitatu 
de Antrim" [Matric. Alb. 1778]. 

DICKSON, JAMES DOUGLAS HAMILTON, M.A. 1870. 

Fellow, Tutor and Praelector of St. Peter's College, Cambridge ; Degree 
Examiner in Mathematics in University of Glasgow, 1874-77; brother of Charles 
Scott Dickson, M.A. (q.v.). 

DICKSON, JAMES GIBBONS, M.D. 1863. 

Wigtown ; Newton-Stewart. 

DICKSON, JOHN, M.A. 1772. 

"Natus in Com. de Lothian, Filius natu Secundis Davidis V.D.M. Parochiae 
de Newlands in Com. de Peebles" [Matric. Alb. 1768], 

DICKSON, JOHN, M.A. 1812. 

" Filius natu maximus Joannis, Agricolae in parochia de Dromore in comitatu 
de Downe" [Matric. Alb. 1810]. 

DICKSON, JOHN, M.A. 1862. 

Licensed by Presbytery of Kintyre, November, 1865; acted for 9 months as 
Assistant to Rev. Dr. Menzies, Maybole; sailed on 28th October, 1867, to San 
Francisco, thence to Los Angelos; born zoth April, 1843; died on voyage from 
Los Angelos to San Francisco, 2ist March, 1868; buried three days later in the 
Masonic Cemetery, San Francisco. 

DICKSON, JOHN, M.B. 1874. 

Ship Surgeon ; Beeford, Hull ; Falkirk ; Huddersfield. 

DICKSON, JOSEPH, M.D. 1853. 

Whitehaven, Cumberland; died 3oth December, 1889, aged 59. 

DICKSON, JOSEPH HENRY, M.B., C.M. 1889. 

Whitehaven, Cumberland; son of Joseph Dickson, M.D. 1853 (q.v.). 

DICKSON, MATTHEW SCOTT, M.A. 1890. 

Minister of Old Monkland. 

DICKSON, ROBINSON SIMPSON, M.B., C.M. 1894. 

Ship Surgeon; Whitehaven, Cumberland; son of Joseph Dickson, M.D. 

1853 (q-v-)- 

DICKSON, SAMUEL, M.D. 1833. 

Sometime Medical Officer in the Army; thereafter Practitioner in (i) Chelten- 
ham, (2) London; died i2th October, 1869, aged 67. 

DICKSON, SMYTH, M.D. 1843. 

"Hibernus" [Grad. Alb.]. 

DICKSON, THOMAS STOREY, M.A. 1872. 

U.P. Minister at (i) Auchterarder, (2) Bell Street, Dundee, (3) Argyle Place, 
Edinburgh. 



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DICKSON, WILLIAM, CM. 1821, M.D. 1822. 

"F. n. 3 tius Joannis Agric. Kirkint" [Matric. Alb. 1815]. 

DICKSON, WILLIAM PURDIE, D.D. 1896. 

Minister of Cameron, Fife, 1851-63 ; Professor in the University of Glasgow 
of (i) Biblical Criticism, 1863-73, ( 2 ) Divinity, 1873-95, when retired; D.D. St 
Andrews, 1865; LL.D. Edin. 1885; born 22nd October, 1823. 

DICKSON, WILLIAM STEEL, D.D. 1784. 

Presbyterian Minister of (i) Glastry, 1771-80, (2) Port-a -Ferry, 1780-99, (3) 
Second Keady, 1803-15 ; deeply involved in the Irish Rebellion of 1798, and for 
three years kept as a state prisoner at Fort-George, Scotland ; resided in Belfast, 
1815-24, and supported by charity; born 25th December, 1744; died 27th 
December, 1824, and "buried in a pauper's grave." 

DIGBY, WILLIAM BENJAMIN, B.A. 1845. 

"Hibernus" [Grad. Alb.]. "Fil. nat. max. Benjamini Armigeri Glasguensis " 
[Matric. Alb. 1841} 

DIGGES, JOSEPH, M.D. 1767. 

DILL, EDWARD MARCUS, M.A. 1831, M.D. 1834. 

(i) Presbyterian Minister at Coagh, Co. Tyrone, 1835-38; (2) Presbyterian 

Minister at Cork, 1838-46; (3) Agent in Edinburgh for the Scottish Reformation 

Society ; (4) Presbyterian Minister at Clonakilty, Co. Cork. 

DILL, JAMES REID, M.A. 1832. 

Minister of Presbyterian Church at Dromore, Co. Tyrone, 1835-96 ; died 
ist September, 1896, aged 83. 

DILL, JOHN, M.A. 1821. 

Presbyterian Minister at Carnmoney, Co. Antrim, 1825-41 ; died igth 
February, 1841. 

DILL, JOHN, M.A. 1821, C.M. 1824. 

House Surgeon in one of the London Hospitals; died, of typhus fever, at 
an early age. 

DILL, JOHN, M.A. 1832. 

Presbyterian Minister at Clonmel, Presbytery of Cork, 1836-68: bora 1813 : 
died sth August, 1868. 

DILL, MARCUS, M.D. 1817, CM. 1852. 

Ballykelly, Co. Derry; sometime Surgeon in the Navy; died 1867. 
DILL, MARCUS JOHN, M.D. 1839. 

"Hibernus" [Grad. Alb.]. 
DILL, RICHARD, . M.A. 1824. 

Presbyterian Minister at (i) Tandragee, 1829-35, (2) Ormond Quay, Dublin, 
l8 35-58; died Sth December, 1858. 
DILL, ROBERT FOSTER, M.D. 1834. 

Practitioner in Belfast ; Professor of Midwifery in Queen's College there ; 
and Coroner for Belfast City; died 2oth July, 1893, aged 81. 



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DILL, SAMUEL MARCUS, M.A. 1831. 

Presbyterian Minister at (i) Magherally, Co. Down, 1835-37, (2) Hillsborough, 
l8 37-53> (3) Ballymena, 1853-65 ; Professor of Theology in Magee College, 
Londonderry, 1865-70; born 1811; died at Londonderry, nth May, 1870. 

DILL, WILLIAM, C.M. 1839. 

"Hibernus" [Grad. Alb.]. 

DILLON, ANDREW, M.D. 1835. 

Ballaghaderrin, Co. Mayo. 

DILLON, EDWARD CUPPLES, C.M. 1831. 

"Hibernus" [Grad. Alb.]. 

DILLON, MICHAEL, M.D. 1809. 

"Hibernus" [Grad. Alb.]. 

DINGWALL, ALEXANDER, M.A. 1889, M.B., C.M. 1893. 

Aultbea, Ross-shire ; Renton. 

DINSMORE, GEORGE HASTINGS JOHN, M.B., C.M. 1880. 

Coundon, Durham; Coldstream. 

DINSMORE, WILLIAM, M.B., C.M. 1887. 

Poyntzpass, Co. Down ; Backworth, Northumberland. 

DINSMURE, JAMES, M.A. 1745. 

" Filius Joannis Dinsmure in parochia de Nielstoun in Comitatu de Renfrew" 
[Matric. Alb. 1740]. 

DINWIDDIE, JOSEPH, M.D. 1859. 

Kirkmahoe, Dumfriesshire; Orton, Westmoreland; Kirkmahoe; died 1891. 

DINWIDDIE, ROBERT, LL.D. 1754. 

Collector of Customs in Bermuda; afterwards Lieutenant-Governor of 
Virginia ; mentioned frequently in Thackeray's novel, TJu Virginians ; Granter 
of Dinwiddie Mortification for Library of Glasgow University, of which he was an 
alumnus (matriculated 1707) ; born in Glasgow, 1692 ; died at Clifton, England, ist 
August, 1770 ; University Minute of 2oth December, 1754, bears that "it would be 
very proper to confer the Degree... both as he was an Alumnus of this Universitie, 
and a Native of this City, and who by the high office he bears does Honour to both, 
and may have occasion to promote their Interest." 

DINWOODIE, DAVID, M.B., C.M. 1896. 

Glasgow. 

DINWOODIE, FREDERICK, M.D., C.M. 1864. 

Appleby; Silverdale, Lanes.; died 1895. 

DINWOODIE, ROBERT, M.A. 1728. 

"Sc. Ang." [Matric. Alb. 1725]. 

DINWOODIE, WILLIAM, M.D., C.M. 1861. 

Kirkpatrick-Juxta ; New Zealand ; Leadhills, Lanarkshire ; Giflford, East 
Lothian ; Houston ; Otterburn, Northumberland. 



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DISRAELI, BENJAMIN. See BEACONSFIELD, EARL OF. 

DITCHFIELD, JAMES, M.D. 1837. 

"Anglus" [Grad. Alb.]. 

DITTMAR, AUGUST, B.Sc. 1896. 

Engineer, Glasgow. 
DITTMAR, FREDERICK, M.A. 1889, M.B., CM. 1893, M.D. 1896. 

Ship Surgeon ; Glasgow. 
DIVINE, JOHN, M.B., C.M. 1895. 

Rotherham. 
DIVINE. THOMAS, M.B., C.M. 1892. 

Anston, Yorks. ; Rotherham. 

DIXON, FLETCHER, M.A. 1765, LL.D. 1817. 

Vicar of Duffield, in Derbyshire; died 1819. 

DIXON, WILLIAM GRAY, M.A. 1876. 

(i) Professor of English Literature in the College of Engineering, Tokyo, 

Japan, 1876-79; (2) Free Church Student, New College, Edinburgh, 1880-84; 

(3) Minister of Fitzroy Presbyterian Church, Melbourne, Australia ; (4) Minister 

of the Presbyterian Church, Warrnambool, Victoria, Australia. 

DIXON, WILLIAM MAJOR, M.D. 1784. 

"Civis Virginien 5 " [Grad. Alb.]. 

DOAK, ANDREW, M.A- 1868. 

F.C. Minister of (i) Bothwell, (2) Trinity, Aberdeen. 

DOAK, ROBERT ALEXANDER, M.A. 1889, B.L. 1895. 

Writer, Glasgow. 

DOAK, WILLIAM FRASER, M.A. 1888. 

H.M. Civil Service ; Assistant in the Nautical Almanac Office, Admiralty, 
London; F.R.A.S. 1897. 

DOBBIE, ALEXANDER BROWN, B.Sc 1888. 

Apprentice to Walker, Henderson & Co., Millwrights and Engineers, 
Glasgow, 1872-77; with Fail-field Shipbuilding and Engineering Co., Govan, 
1879-83; with Robert Napier & Sons, Engineers, Glasgow, 1883-84; "Young" 
Assistant in Civil Engineering at Glasgow University, 1884-96; Consulting 
Engineer (Civil and Mechanical) in Glasgow, and Lecturer on Science and 
Technology to Glasgow School Board, since 1896. 

DOBBIE, CHARLES, M.D. 1828. 

"Scotus" [Grad. Alb.]. 

DOBBIE, EDWARD, M.A. 1792. 

Minister of Relief Church at (i) Mainsriddell, (2) Burnhead, Penpont; 
died 22nd February, 1857, aged 85. 

DOBBIE, JAMES, M.A. 1818. 

Minister of Secession Church, Annan; accidentally poisoned, 22nd May, 
1846, aged 51. 



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BOBBIE, JAMES, M.D. 1860. 

Billhead, Glasgow; died 26th February, 1878. 

DOBBIE, JAMES, B.L. 1888. 

Solicitor, Stirling. 

DOBBIE, JAMES JOHNSTON, M.A. 1875. 

(i) Assistant to Professor of Chemistry in Glasgow University, 1880-84; 

(2) Professor of Chemistry in University College of North Wales, Bangor; Degree 

Examiner on Chemistry in Glasgow University, 1887-91; B.Sc. Edin. 1878; 

D.Sc. Edin. 1879. 

DOBBIN, JOHN, M.D. 1852. 

Keady, Co. Armagh ; died December, 1880. 

DOBBIN, JOHN, M.B., CM. 1887. 

Glasgow. 

DOBIE, HENRY EDWIN NEWMAN, M.B., CM. 1884. 

Glasgow ; VVyndham, West Australia. 

DOBSON, MATTHEW, M.A. 1753. 

M.D. Edin. 1756; Physician in Liverpool. 

DOCK, WILLIAM, M.A. 1882. 

(i) Teacher in West Public School, Paisley; (2) Teacher in Grammar 
School and Academy there; (3) Teacher in Camphill Public School there; (4) 
Rector of Grammar School, Dunoon. 

DOCKERAY, THOMAS, M.A. 1776. 

" Filius natu maximus Viri Reverendi Gulielmi S.T.D. Rectoris de Wattlass 
in Comitatu de York, Anglia" [Matric. Alb. 1773]. 

DODD, BENJAMIN HERBERT, M.A. 1892. 

Head Master, Wesleyan Grammar School, Queenstown, South Africa. 

DODD, JOHN, M.B., C.M. 1886. 

Burnley, Lanes.; Prestwick ; Chinde, E. Africa; Tarbolton. 

DODD, WILLIAM GEORGE, M.A. 1894. 

(i) Teacher in Fairfield Public School, Govan; (2) Tutor in Skerry's Civil 
Service College, 213 Buchanan Street, Glasgow. 

DODDS, ALEXANDER, M.B., C.M. 1893. 

Littleport, Cambs. 

DODDS, JAMES, D.D. 1879- 

Minister of (i) Melville, Montrose, (2) St. Clement's, Dundee, (3) St. 
Stephen's, Glasgow, (4) Second Charge, Paisley, (5) St. George's, Glasgow, (6) 
Corstorphine. 

DODDS, JAMES MILLER, M.A. 1882. 

H.M. Civil Service: in (i) General Post Office (Secretary's Office), 1885-86; 
(2) Board of Trade, 1886-88; (3) Treasury, 1888; (4) Office of Secretary for 
Scotland (Senior Clerk) since 1889. 



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DODDS, JOHN MACALISTER, M.A. 1878. 

Fellow, Bursar, and Assistant Tutor of SL Peter's College, Cambridge; 

Assistant to Professor of Mathematics in Glasgow University, 1882-85 > Degree 
Examiner on Mathematics therein, 1886-89. 

DODS, GEORGE, M.A. 1880, B.D. 1882. 

For two years in sole charge of Scots Church, Melbourne; Assistant in 

(i) High Church, Kilmarnock, 1887, (2) Loudoun Parish Church, 1888; 
Minister of Barr since 1889. 

DOHERTY, BLAYNEY ADAIR, CM. 1826. 

"Hibernus" [Grad. Alb.]. 

DOIG, DAVID, LL.D. 1790. 

Teacher of Parish Schools at (i) Monifieth, (2) Kennoway and Falkland; 
Rector of the Grammar School of Stirling; M.A. of St. Andrews; born 1719; 
died 1 6th March, 1800. 

DON, JOHN, M.A. 1887, M.B., C.M. 1892. 

Cornsay Colliery, Co. Durham. 

DON, WILLIAM, M.A. 1762. 

"Filius natu minor Jacobi in parochia de Madderty, Comitatu de Perth" 
[Matric. Alb. 1757]. 

DON, WILLIAM WALTON, M.B., C.M. 1893. 

Ship Surgeon ; London. 

DONALD, ANDREW, M.B., C.M. 1893. 

Port-Glasgow ; Blackburn ; Draycott, Derbyshire. 

DONALD, ARCHIBALD, M.B., C.M. 1889. 

Paisley (Medical Officer of Health for the Burgh). 

DONALD, DAVID ; M.B., C.M. 1882, M.D. 1884. 

Glasgow ; Consett, Durham ; London. 

DONALD, DUNCAN MACALISTER, M.A. 1876. 

Minister of Pitlochry and Moulin. 
DONALD, GEORGE, M.B., C.M. 1877, M.D. 1889. 

Strathaven ; Leith. 

DONALD, GEORGE, M.A. 1891. 

Teacher in various schools under the Glasgow School Board. 

DONALD, HUGH COLLIGAN, M.B., CM. 1891. 

Glasgow ; Paisley ; Leeds. 

DONALD, JAMES, M.B., CM. 1881. 

Glasgow; Altrincham, Cheshire. 

DONALD, JOHN, M.A. 1885, M.B., CM. 1888. 

Ship Surgeon ; Glasgow. 

DONALD, JOHN, M.B., CM. 1893, M.D. 1896. 

Ship Surgeon; Hirwain, S. Wales; Glasgow. 



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DONALD, PATRICK DUNLOP, B.Sc. 1887. 

Civil Engineer : (a) in office of Mr. John Strain, Glasgow ; (t>) under him 
as Resident Engineer at Ardrossan Harbour Works; (c) under him as Resident 
Engineer at Branch Railway, near Davidson's Mains, Edinburgh ; (d) tinder 
Leslie & Reid, C.E., Edinburgh, as Water Engineer; (e) in the Railway 
Department of the Government Service at Taiping, Parak, Straits Settlements. 

DONALD, ROBERT, M.A. 1831. 

Possibly the same person as Robert Donald, who was Minister of (i) 
Sheuchan, (2) Free Church there, and who died igth August, 1877. 

DONALD, WILLIAM, M.A. 1893. 

Student of Law. 

DONALD, WILLIAM STRANG, M.B., C.M. 1879. 

Glasgow; died 1885. 

DONALDSON, ALEXANDER, M.A. 1891. 

(i) Teacher in Public School, Hurlford; (2) Teacher in Public School, 
Uddingston, 1891-97; (3) Head Master of Bellshill Academy since September, 
1897. 

DONALDSON, ARCHIBALD, M.U., C.M. 1836. 

Glencairn ; Lauriston, by Dunscore. 

DONALDSON, EBENEZER, M.D. 1838. 

Newmarket, Co. Cork; died 2jrd February, 1878, aged 68. 

DONALDSON, JOHN, M.A. 1801. 

Of Auchairne; admitted W.S., loth March, 1808; died i7th October, 
1849, aged 69; son of Minister of Ballantrae. 

DONALDSON, JOSEPH, M.A. 1845. 

Presbyterian Minister at Fermoy, County Cork. 

DONALDSON, PETER, M.A. 1879, B.D. 1882. 

(a) Missionary to the Jews at (i) Alexandria, (2) Beyrout, (3) Smyrna; 
(&) Proprietor of a Boarding School at Salonica. 

DONALDSON, WILLIAM, M.D. 1838. 

Rome. 

DONALDSON, WILLIAM, M.B., C.M. 1895. 

Kilbirnie; New Hartley, Northumberland. 

DONELAN, CHARLES, C.M. 1836. 

"Hibernus" [Grad. Alb.]. 

DONNE, JOHN THOMAS, M.D. 1839. 

"Anglus" [Grad. Alb.]. 

DONNELL, JAMES, C.M. 1820. 

"Hibernus" [Grad. Alb.]. 



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DONNELL. ROBERT CONN, M.A- 1839. 

Minister of ist Presbyterian Church at Newtownstewart, Ireland, 1849-81 ; 
died 22nd July, 1881. 

DONNELLY, SAMUEL, C.M. 1835. 

Staff-Surgeon, R.N. 

DONNOGHUE, JEFFERY, M.A. 1771. 

"Nat. in Hibernia Filius natu Secundus Joannis Mercatoris in Urbe de 
Cork in Hibernia" [Matric. Alb. 1768]. 

DOONAN, JOHN ARTHUR CLARKE, M.B., C.M. 1896. 

Liverpool. 

DORMER, JOHN, C.M. 1826. 

"Hibernus" [Grad. Alb.]. 

DORSEY, WILLIAM M'TAGGERT, M.D. 1857. 

Ipswich, Queensland; died i6th May, 1878, aged 64. 

DOUGAL, DANIEL, M.D. 1859. 

Strathaven. 

DOUGAL. JAMES, M.B., C.M. 1876, M.D. 1885. 

Strathaven. 

DOUGAL, WILLIAM TENNENT, M.B., C.M. 1882. 

Swansea ; Strathaven. 

DOUGALL, CHARLES SHIRRA, M.A. 1894. 

Teacher of Mathematics in (i) Garnethill Public School, Glasgow, (2) 
Whitehill Public School, Dennistoun, Glasgow. 

DOUGALL, GEORGE, M.A. 1779. 

Believed to be the same person as George Dugall, or Dugald, Presbyterian 

Minister at Magherafelt, Co. Tyrone, 1786 to 1810; died gth December, 1810. 

DOUGALL, JOHN, M.B., C.M. 1869, M.D. 1871. 

Catrine; Glasgow (Lecturer on Clinical Medicine in Royal Infirmary; 
Professor of Materia Medica in St. Mungo's College). 

DOUGALL, JOHN, M.A. 1886. 

Teacher of Mathematics in Whitehill School, Glasgow, 1891-92; Assistant 

to Professor of Mathematics in Glasgow and West of Scotland Technical 

College since 1892; Preliminary Examiner on Mathematics in the University 

from ist February, 1897. 

DOUGALL, JOHN MTHAIL, M.B., C.M. 1880, M.D. 1886. 

Glasgow; York; Glasgow; Dunoon; Welbum, Yorks. 

DOUGAN, WILLIAM, M.B., C.M. 1868, M.D. 1872. 

Lochgilphead ; Glasgow (Medical Officer, General Post Office). 

DOUGHERTY, GEORGE ALEXANDER, M.D. 1865, C.M. 1866. 

Native of Londonderry ; no trace of his career. 



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DOUGHTY, SAMUEL, M.A., M.D. 1751. 

DOUGLAS, CARSTAIRS, M.A. 1851, LL.D. 1872. 

Missionary of the Presbyterian Church of England in China, 1855-77; 
died at Amoy, of cholera, 26th July, 1877; brother of Principal G. C. M. 
Douglas (q.v.). 

DOUGLAS, CHARLES, M.A. 1893. 

Teacher in Overnewton Public School, Glasgow, and Mathematical Assistant 

in Technical College to Professor Bennett of Anderson's College Medical School. 

DOUGLAS, COLIN, M.D. 1802. 

"Filius natu Nonus Joannis Mercatoris in Urbe Glasg. " [Matric. Alb. 1793]. 

DOUGLAS, DONALD, M.A. 1896. 

Student of Medicine and Science. 

DOUGLAS, GEORGE CUNNINGHAME MONTEATH, B.A. 1842, D.D. 1867. 

Minister of Free Church at Bridge of Weir; Professor in Free Church 
College, Glasgow; Principal of that College; Degree Examiner on Mental 
Philosophy in Glasgow University, 1864-67. 

DOUGLAS, JAMES, M.A. 1833. 

L.R.C.S.E., M.F.P. &S.G. ; Lecturer on Anatomy in Glasgow at (i) 

North Albion Street, (2) College Street, (3) Portland Street Medical School; 

died of fever, 22nd February, 1844; eldest brother of Principal G. C. M. 

Douglas and Rev. Carstairs Douglas (q.v.). 

DOUGLAS, JAMES, M.D. 1863. 

Port- William, Wigtownshire ; Mochrum ; Whithorn. 

DOUGLAS, JAMES, M.A. 1871. 

" Scotus " [Grad. Alb.] ; but, according to Matriculation Albums, born in 
1845 at Bolton, Lanes., son of James Douglas, Clothier. 

DOUGLAS, JAMES CHARLES WHYTE, B.A. 1839. 

"Filius natu maximus Thomae Whyte de Glenesslen armigeri in parochia 
de Dunscore et Comitatu de Dumfries" [Matric. Alb. 1836]. 

DOUGLAS, JOHN, CM. 1838. 

"Scotus" [Grad. Alb.]. 

DOUGLAS, JOHN BROWN, M.A. 1875. 

Writer, Glasgow, and Professor of Roman Law in St. Mungo's College. 

DOUGLAS, JOHN CAMPBELL, M.B. 1871. 

Glasgow; Greenock. 

DOUGLAS, JOHN CHARLES, M.D. 1866. 

Port- William, Wigtownshire; Whithorn. 

DOUGLAS, JOHN HANNAY, M.B., CM. 1896. 

Whithorn; son of John Charles Douglas, M.D. 1866 (q.v.). 

DOUGLAS, ROBERT, CM. 1820. 

Kilmarnock. 



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DOUGLAS, ROBERT, M.B., C.M. 1868. 

Glasgow ; Shipley, Yorks. ; Innellan ; Sanchez, St. Domingo, W. Indies. 

DOUGLAS, ROBERT BAILLIE, M.A. 1890, B.D. 1894. 

F.C. Missionary to Jalna, India. 

DOUGLAS, ROBERT BULLOCH, M.A, 1890. 

F.C. Missionary to Johannesburg, South Africa. 

DOUGLAS, WILLIAM, B.A. 1861, M.A. 1862. 

Presbyterian Minister at Hokitika, Westland, New Zealand. 

DOUGLASS, CHARLES, M.A. 1764. 

"Filius natu major Jacobi in Parochia Clough Com. Antrim" [Matric. 
Alb. 1762]. 

DOUGLASS, HUGH, M.A. 1742. 

"Filius Hugonis Douglass de Garallan in Com. de Air" [Matric. Alb. 1737]. 

DOUGLASS, JOHN, B.A. 1844, M.A. 1845. 

"Filius natu maximus Roberti agricolae in parochia de Kilmore et comitatu 
de Armagh" [Matric. Alb. 1840]. 

DOUIE, DAVID BUCHAN, M.A. 1823. 

Minister of (i) Maxwelltown, (2) Dryfesdale, (3) Largs Free Church; 
"disappeared, igth October, 1863" [Scott's Fasti}. 

DOVE, HECTOR, B.Sc. 1889. 

Teacher in Glasgow Public Schools, viz., (i) St. Rollox, (2) Centre Street, 
(3) Abbotsford. 

DOVE, THOMAS, M.A. 1824. 

Minister at Great Swan Port, Flinders Island, Tasmania; died 27th 
August, 1882, aged 80. 

DOVER, BARON, LL.D. 1752. 

Hon. Joseph Yorke; Ambassador Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary to 

the States General; K.B. 1761; Baron, 1788; did "very considerable good 

offices upon account of this University to Mr. Robert Foulis, the University 

Printer" [Univ. Minute, i8th October, 1752]. 

DOW, DAVID, M.A. 1776. 

Minister of Cathcart; died i7th July, 1827, aged 69. 

DOW, DONALD NICOL, M.A. 1893. 

Licentiate of the Free Church. 

DOW, HUGH, M.D. 1857. 

Dairy, Ayrshire; Muthill, Perthshire; Tarbert, Argyleshire; died 5th 
February, 1877. 
DOW, JAMES, M.D. 1802. 

" Scoto-Britannus " [Grad. Alb.]. 

DOW, JAMES CRAWFORD, M.B., C.M. 1870. 

Glasgow; Dunfermline; Great Wigston, Leicestershire; Staff-Surgeon, R.N. 



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DOW, JOHN GEORGE ALEXANDER, M.A. 1880. 

(i) Assistant for three years to Professor of English Literature in Glasgow 
University; (2) Professor of English Literature in one of the Italian Universities; 
(3) employed as a Private Secretary in Mentone; (4) returned home, and 
engaged in literary work; (5) Professor of English Literature in State University, 
Vermillion, South Dakota, U.S.A., for three years; (6) Professor in State 
College, Madison, U.S.A., for two years; died there, 2ist January, 1897, aged 39. 

DOW, ROBERT, M.A. 1815. 

Writer, Glasgow; son of David Dow, M.A. 1776 (q.v.). 

DOW, WILLIAM, CM. 1834. 

Greenock. 

DOWE, JOSHUA, M.D. 1836. 

Tarn worth, N.S. Wales. 

DOWIE, EBENEZER TELFORD, M.D. 1856. 

Greenock; died i3th January, 1885. 

DOWIE, JAMES, M.D. 1864. 

Greenock; died 2nd February, 1865, aged 22. 

DOWIE, JOHN DUNBAR, M.A. 1893. 

Licentiate of the U.P. Church. 

DOWLING, JOSEPH, M.D. 1790. 

"Hibernus" [Grad. Alb.]. 

DOWLING, MICHAEL, M.D. 1788. 

"Hibernus" [Grad. Alb.]. 

DOWNES, JOSEPH LOCKHART, M.B., CM. 1886. 

Glasgow ; Scalloway, Shetland ; London. 

DOWNIE, JAMES WALKER, M.B., CM. 1881. 

Glasgow ; London ; Glasgow : Lecturer on Diseases of Throat and Nose 
in (i) Western Medical School, (2) The University since 1895. 

DOWNIE, JOHN, M.A. 1881, B.D. 1881. 

(a) Missionary at Lochgair; (b) Minister of (i) Kilcalmonell and Kilberry, 
(2) Scots Church, Maida Hill, Brisbane, Queensland, (3) Hunter Street 
Presbyterian Church, Newcastle, N.S. Wales. 

DOWNIE, JOHN STEVENSON, M.A. 1883. 

Teacher in (i) Pollok Academy, Pollokshaws, (2) Oatlands Public School, 
Glasgow, (3) Garnethill School, Glasgow, (4) Mearns Public School, Newton- 
M earns. 

DOWNIE, NEIL, M.B., CM. 1892. 

Glasgow. 

DOWNIE, THOMAS TAYLOR, M.B., CM. 1887. 

Glasgow ; Melbourne. 



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DOWNIE, WILLIAM, M.A. 1873, M.B., C.M. 1885. 

(i) Teacher, (2) Medical Practitioner, Glasgow. 

DOWNING, THOMAS F., M.D. 1828. 

"Hibernus" [Grad. Alb.]. 

DOWNS, JOHN ERNEST, M.B., CM. 1893. 

Gateshead, Co. Durham ; Medomsley there. 

DOWNS, WILLIAM CAMPBELL, M.B., C.M. 1888. 

Glasgow; Uddingston; Motherwell; sometime Lecturer on Hygiene in 
Anderson's College, Glasgow. 

DOWSON, JOHN, M.D. 1829. 

Whitby, Yorks. 

DOYLE, EDWARD ALEXANDER, M.B., C.M. 1877. 

Padiham, Lanes. ; Leigh, Lanes. 

DOYLE, DENNIS JOHN, M.D. 1834. 

"Hibemus" [Grad. Alb.]. 

DOYLE, WILLIAM, M.B., C.M. 1891. 

Leigh, Lanes. ; Atherton there. 

DRENNAN, JAMES WILSON, M.A. 1871. 

Sometime Teacher in Glasgow; since 1882, U.P. Minister at Innerleven. 

DRENNAN, WILLIAM, M.A. 1772. 

Practitioner (M.D. Edin. 1778) at Belfast, Newry, and Dublin; originator 

of idea of political Society of United Irishmen; first to call Ireland the 

"Emerald Isle"; Co-Editor of Belfast Magazine ; born at Belfast, 23rd May, 

1754; died there, 5th February, 1820. 

DRENNAN, WILLIAM, M.A. 1818. 

"F. n. min. Joannis Agricolae Tarbolton" [Matric. Alb. 1814]. 

DREVER, JAMES RICHAN, M.A. 1893. 

Teacher in (i) Wallace Hall Academy, Dumfriesshire, (2) Kirkwall Burgh 
School. 

DREW, JOHN, M.B., C.M. 1869, M.D. 1882. 

Menstrie; Stirling. 

DREW, WILLIAM, M.D., C.M. 1818. 

"Scotus" [Grad. Alb.]. 

DROUGHT, THOMAS, M.A. 1771. 

"(Natus in Hibernia) Filius natu quartus Roberti Agricolae in Parochia 
de Ballyboy in Comitatu de Kings County in Hibernia" [Matric. Alb. 1770]. 

DRUMMOND, ALEXANDER SINCLAIR, M.A. 1874. 

Writer, Glasgow. 



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DRUMMOND, GEORGE, B.A. 1859. 

Son of James Drummond, Merchant, Cumnock; born 1839; died 3ist 
December, 1859. 

DRUMMOND, HENRY, M.D. 1834. 

"Anglus" [Grad. Alb.]. 

DRUMMOND, JAMES, M.B., CM. 1878, M.D. 1881. 

Ship Surgeon; Mauchline; South Shields. 

DRUMMOND, JOHN, M.B., C.M. 1894. 

Port-Glasgow; Crook, Co. Durham. 

DRUMMOND, PETER, M.A. 1886, M.B., C.M. 1890. 

Thornhill, Dumfriesshire; Moffat; Clayton-le-Moors, Lanes. 

DRUMMOND, ROBERT JAMES, M.A. 1879, B.D. 1882. 

U.P. Minister at (i) Kilmarnock, (2) Lothian Road, Edinburgh; son of 
Robert Skiell Drummond, D.D. (q.v.). 

DRUMMOND, ROBERT SKIELL, M.A. 1848, D.D. 1869. 

U.P. Minister at (i) Carlisle, (2) St. James' Place Church, Edinburgh, (3) 
Erskine Church, Glasgow, (4) St. John's Wood, London, (5) Belhaven Church, 
Glasgow. 

DRURY, THOMAS JONES, M.D. 1835, C.M. 1835. 

Shrewsbury; died igth December, 1858. 

DRURY, WILLIAM, M.D. 1840. 

Glasgow; Shrewsbury; died 1855. 

DRYBURGH, WILLIAM, M.A. 1878, B.D. 1879. 

English Presbyterian Minister at (i) Sunderland, (2) Swalwell, by Newcastle- 
on-Tyne. 

DRYSDALE, JAMES, C.M. 1826. 

Possibly the same person as James Drysdale, M.F.P. &S.G. 1819, who 
died 1829. 

DRYSDALE, JAMES, M.D. 1833. 

"Scotus" [Grad. Alb.]. 

DRYSDALE, JOHN, M.D. 1861. 

Rutherglen; Menstrie; Port-Chalmers, N.Z. ; J.P. 

DRYSDALE, JOHN MONTEITH, M.A. 1884. 

Chartered Accountant in (i) Glasgow, (2) Buenos Ayres. 

DUBS, FREDERICK ERNST, M.A. 1882. 

Barrister-at-Law, London; B.A. Oxon. 1886. 

DUCHAL, JAMES, D.D. 1753. 

Minister of Presbyterian Congregations in (i) Cambridge, (2) Antrim, (3) 
Dublin; died 4th May, 1761, aged 64. 



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DUCK, JOHN, M.D. 1786. 

" Anglo-Britannus . . . being a Quaker gave an affirmation instead of the 
Oath" [Grad. Alb.]. 

DUCKETT, RICHARD JAMES, M.D. 1786. 

"Americanus" [Grad. Alb.]. 

DUCKETT, WILLIAM SHAW, M.D. 1846. 

Dublin; died ijth February, 1892. 

DUDGEON, JOHN, M.D., CM., 1862. 

Physician (afterwards Consulting Surgeon), H.B.M. Legation, Pekin; Lecturer 
on Anatomy and Physiology, Imperial College there; Medical Missionary to 
China. 

DUFF, ALEXANDER, B.A. 1849, M.A. 1850. 

" Filius natu maximus Thomae artificis in parochia de Tamlaght et comitatu 
de Tyrone" [Matric. Alb. 1847]. 

DUFF, DAVID, M.A. 1843, LL.D. 1872. 

Teacher of the Greenock Grammar School, 1848-55; Minister of the U.P. 

Church at Helensburgh, 1856-76; Professor of Church History in U.P. College, 

Edinburgh, 1876-90; born at Greenock, 2gth January, 1824; died at Craigmore, 

Rothesay, ist September, 1890. 

DUFF, JAMES, M.A. 1876. 

S.S.C., Edinburgh; LL.B. Edin. 1887; son of Professor David Duff (q.v.). 

DUFF, JAMES KIPPEN, M.A. 1879, M.B., CM. 1885. 

Edinburgh; London; Debenham, Suffolk; London. 

DUFF, JOHN, M.A. 1790. 

"Filius natu maximus Davidis Mercatoris in parochia de Ballielogg in 
comitatu de Tyrone in Hybernia" [Matric. Alb. 1787]. 

DUFF, JOHN, M.B., CM. 1879, M.D. 1886. 

Littlemore, Oxford; London; Windsor; London; Chester; Degree Examiner 
on Practice of Medicine in Glasgow University, 1893-96. 

DUFF, ROBERT ALEXANDER, M.A. 1886. 

Licentiate of the Free Church ; Assistant to Professor of Moral Philosophy 

in Glasgow University; conducted Logic Class during 1894-95, the Session 

after Professor Veitch's death; Lecturer on Moral Philosophy in Queen 

Margaret College. 

DUFF, ROBERT SMITH, M.A. 1872, D.D. 1894. 

Resident Tutor in the families of (i) Sir Robert Napier of Milliken, 

Bart, 1867-68, (2) Thomas Corbett, Esq., London, 1869-72; Minister of 

(i) Presbyterian Church, Evandale, Tasmania, 1874-80, (2) Free St. George's 

Church, Glasgow, since 1883. 

DUFFY, EDWARD, M.D. 1839. 

Longford; died 2ist February, 1868, aged 52. 



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DUFFY, JOSEPH T. M.D. 1834. 

Proprietor of Eagle House Lunatic Asylum, Finglas, Co. Dublin; sometime 
Medical Attache, Military Hospital, Calais ; died 1863. 

DUKE, JOHN, M.D. 1845. 

"Hibernus" [Grad. Alb.]. 

DUKE, JOHN ALEXANDER, M.A. 1895. 

Student of Theology in Free Church College, Glasgow. 

DUKE, VALENTINE, M.A. 1773. 

"Filius natu Secundus Roberti Agricolae in Parochia de Killturrow in 
Comitatu de Sligoe in Hibernia " [Matric. Alb. 1772], 

DUKES, CLEMENT, B.A. 1831, M.A. 1832. 

Congregational Minister, Hackney, London; died 1876, aged 67. 

DUKES, ENOCH, M.A. 1831. 

Schoolmaster, Holloway, London. 

DUN, ALEXANDER, M.A. 1742. 

Minister of Cadder; died 27th June, 1790, aged 72. 

DUN, JOHN, M.A. 1788. 

"Scotus" [Grad. Alb.]. 

DUN, WILLIAM, M.A. 1770. 

Minister of Kirkintilloch ; died 3rd November, 1798, aged 54; was im- 
prisoned for three months in the Tolbooth of Edinburgh, by sentence of the 
Court of Justiciary, nth March, 1793, "for having torn three leaves out of a 
book which contained minutes of a Society for Reform in the village of 
Kirkintilloch, at the time when the Sheriffs of Lanark and Dumbartonshires 
were making investigation to obtain that book." 

DUN, WILLIAM, D.D. 1780. 

Presbyterian Minister of (i) Killyleagh, 1745-65, (2) Cook Street Congregation, 
Dublin. 

DUN, WILLIAM GIBB, M.B., C.M. 1877, M.D. 1880. 

Rutherglen ; Glasgow ; Assistant to Professor Thomas M'Call Anderson 
(q.v.), 1883-95. 

DUNBAR, HENRY HAMILTON, M.B., C.M. 1872. 

(i) Demonstrator of Anatomy in Glasgow University; (2) went to Hong 

Kong as Ship's Surgeon; (3) Assistant to Dr. Hay, Maryhill; (4) Assistant to 

Dr. M'Kenzie, Kilcreggan ; (5) left for New Zealand, and died during voyage, 

nth July, 1872; buried at sea. 

DUNBAR, JOHN, M.A. 1761. 

"Filius natu tertius Johannis Dunbar, in comitatu de Downe in Hibernia" 
[Matric. Alb. 1758]. 



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DUNBAR, MICHAEL SMITH, M.A. 1867. 

Unitarian Minister at (i) Horsham, 1873-77, (2) Hunslet, 1878-83, (3) 
Eveshara, 1883-93, (4) Downpatrick since 1894. 

DUNBAR, ROBERT PEARSON, M.D. 1863. 

Blackburn. 

DUNCAN, ALEXANDER, M.B., C.M. 1887. 

Glasgow; Alnwick; Kalighat, India. 

DUNCAN, ALEXANDER ADAMS, M.A. 1893. 

Licentiate of the Church of Scotland; B.D. Aberdeen, 1896. 

DUNCAN. DAVID, M.D. 1854. 

Surgeon, R.N. 

DUNCAN, EBENEZER, M.B., CM. 1867, M.D. 1870. 

Glasgow: sometime Lecturer on Forensic Medicine in Western Medical 
School; afterwards Professor of that subject in Anderson's College; Examiner 
on Clinical Medicine in the University, 1891-95. 

DUNCAN, EDWARD HENRY, M.A. 1764. 

"Filius natu minor Henrici de Kilmore Armigeri in Comitatu de Meath, 
Hibernia" [Matric. Alb. 1763]. 

DUNCAN, FREDERICK LOWRIE, M.B., CM. 1888. 

Stromness, Orkney. 

DUNCAN, GEORGE, M.D. 1843. 

Fleet Surgeon, R.N. 

DUNCAN, GEORGE GORDON, M.A. 1890, B.D. 1895. 

Minister of Glendevon since 1897 ; son of Thomas Duncan, D.D. (q.v.). 

DUNCAN, HANDASYDE, M.D. 1831. 

Glasgow; Port-Adelaide, S. Australia; died there, 24th February, 1878, 
aged 66. 

DUNCAN, HUGH, M.A. 1880, LL.B. 1885. 

Writer, Glasgow. 

DUNCAN, HUGH, M.A. 1882, B.D. 1885. 

Assistant Missionary at Alexandria, Egypt, 1886-89; Minister of Garturk 
since 1890. 

DUNCAN, JAMES, M.B., CM. 1882, M.D. 1892. 

Cleland, Lanarkshire; Paisley. 

DUNCAN, JAMES CAMPBELL, M.B. 1872. 

Melbourne; Albury, N.S. Wales. 

DUNCAN, JAMES JOHNSTON, LL.D. 1836. 

Actuary in Glasgow, and Manager of Scottish Amicable Life Assurance 
Society. 



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DUNCAN, JAMES KEITH, B.A. 1861. 

Minister of South Church, Aberdeen; died i;th January, 1894. 

DUNCAN, JOHN, M.A. 1799. 

" Hibernicus " [Grad. Alb.]. 

DUNCAN, JOHN ERSKINE, M.B., CM. 1888. 

Alnwick; Glasgow; Zastron, Orange Free State, South Africa; died there, 
22nd November, 1895, aged 28. 

DUNCAN, JOHN MORISON, B.A. 1816. 

Printer in Glasgow. 

DUNCAN, JOHN MORTON, M.A. 1876. 

Teacher in (i) Paisley Grammar School, 1873, (2) Hutchesons' Grammar 
School, Glasgow, 1873-78; Head Master of (i) Undercraig Public School, 
Langbank, 1878-96, (2) Erskine Public School since 1896. 

DUNCAN, MOIR, M.A. 1886. 

Missionary, English Baptist Society, Fu Yin Tsion, San Yuen, Hsien, 
Shensi, China. 

DUNCAN, ROBERT, M.A. 1770. 

"Scotus" [Grad. Alb.]. " Filius natu major quondam Roberti in Boston 
in America" [Matric. Alb. 1764]. 

DUNCAN, ROBERT, D.D. 1806. 

Minister of Dundonald; the "Duncan Deep" of "The Twa Herds"; 
died i4th April, 1815. 

DUNCAN, ROBERT, M.D. 1835. 

Tunbridge Wells; died 3oth July, 1876, aged 65. 

DUNCAN, ROBERT M'KINNELL, M.D. 1863. 

Glasgow; Bradford; died at Dumfries, 8th July, 1865, aged 29. 

DUNCAN, THOMAS, D.D. 1896. 

Minister of (i) St. James's, Charlottetown, Prince Edward Island, (2) Bridge 
of Weir. 

DUNCAN, WALTER, M.A. 1869. 

Minister of (i) U.P. Church, Dumbarton, (2) U.P. Church, Leith, (3) English 

Presbyterian Church, Manchester, (4) English Presbyterian Church, Doncaster. 

DUNCAN, WILLIAM, M.B. 1868, CM. 1872, M.D. 1879. 

Tyldesley, Lanes. 

DUNCAN, WILLIAM, M.B., CM. 1893. 

Glasgow; Blantyre; died there, 2gth December, 1894, aged 24. 

DUNCAN, WILLIAM GRANT, M.A. 1880, B.D. 1883. 

Minister of Biggar. 

DUNCANSON, JAMES GRAY, M.B., CM. 1892. 

South Shields ; Ship Surgeon ; Glasgow ; Hamilton ; Woolwich. 



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DUNCANSON, JOHN CUNNINGHAM, M.B., CM. 1888. 

Ship Surgeon; Glasgow; Hamilton; Alnwick; Woolwich. 

DUNCKLEY, HENRY, B.A. 1847, M.A. 1848, LL.D. 1883. 

Sometime Minister of the Great George Street Baptist Chapel, Salford; 
thereafter Editor and part Proprietor of The MancJiester Examiner and Times', 
born 24th December, 1823; died 2gth June, 1896. 

DUNDAS, ROBERT, LL.D. 1804. 

Of Arniston ; Advocate ; Lord Chief Baron of the Court of Exchequer in 
Scotland; Rector of Glasgow University, 1803 to 1805; born 6th June, 1758; 
died at Arniston, i7th June, 1819. 

DUNDASS, JOHN, M.A. 1769. 

"Hibernus" [Grad. Alb.]. 

DUNDEE, JOHN, M.D. 1843, CM. 1852. 

Gammon ey, Co. Antrim. 

DUNLAP, DANIEL, M.A. 1769. 

Native of Ireland ; studied Theology at Glasgow University. 

DUNLOP, ALEXANDER, M.A. 1734. 

Library Keeper to the University of Glasgow, 1 739-42 ; Professor of Oriental 

Languages in the University of Glasgow, 1745-50; died 4th September, 1750; son 

of Alexander Dunlop, Professor of Greek, and grandson of Principal William 

Dunlop. 

DUNLOP, ALEXANDER WATSON, M.A. 1883, M.B., CM. 1887, M.D. 1893. 

Glasgow; Tarbet, Loch Lomond; Glasgow. 

DUNLOP, DAVID, M.A. 1806. 

"Filius natu max. Roberti agricolae in par. de Fenwick, Ayr" [Matric. Alb. 
1801]. 

DUNLOP, DOUGLAS, M.A. 1883. 

Second Master, Dunfermline High School, 1885-86; Head Master, St 
Andrew's Schools, Alexandria, Egypt, 1886-88; Inspector of Egyptian Ministry 
of Public Instruction, Cairo, etc., etc., etc., since 1888. 

DUNLOP, EDWARD, B.L. 1894. 

Writer in (i) Glasgow, (2) Lockerbie. 

DUNLOP, GEORGE, B.L. 1894. 

Writer in Greenock. 

DUNLOP, JAMES, M.A. 1806. 

Irish Presbyterian Minister at Ballyrashane, 1809-30; died i6th November, 
1830. 

DUNLOP, JAMES, M.A. 1842. 

U.P. Minister at (i) Biggar, 1847-66, (2) Motherwell, 1866-83; died 25th 
January, 1883, aged 60. 



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DUNLOP, JAMES, M.D. 1857. 

Glasgow (sometime Professor of Surgery in Anderson's College). 

DUNLOP, JAMES, M.B., CM. 1878. 

Glasgow; Melrose; Lenzie; Glasgow. 

DUNLOP, JAMES, M.A. 1882, M.B., CM. 1885. 

Glasgow; Biggar; Aveley, Essex. 

DUNLOP, JAMES, M.B., C.M. 1886. 

Glasgow. 

DUNLOP, JAMES, M.A. 1893. 

Law Apprentice, Edinburgh; LL.B. of Edin. Univ. 1896. 

DUNLOP, JAMES SLATER, M.A. 1896. 

Student of Trinity College, Cambridge. 

DUNLOP, JOHN, M.D. 1838. 

Deputy Inspector-General, R.N.; Ardrossan; Edinburgh; died 6th December, 
1879. 

DUNLOP, JOHN, M.B., C.M. 1870, M.D. 1874. 

Glasgow. 

DUNLOP, JOHN, M.A. 1885. 

First Assistant Master in Kilwinning Public School, 1886-91 ; Head Master 
in Annick Lodge Public School, Irvine, since 1891. 

DUNLOP, JOHN, D.D. 1887. 

Professor of Theology, Dunedin, Otago. 

DUNLOP, JOHN, M.B., C.M. 1894. 

Clackmannan. 

DUNLOP, JOHN GORDON, M.B., CM. 1882. 

Glasgow; Ship Surgeon; Kirkcowan; Long Sutton, Lines. 

DUNLOP, JOHN INNES, M.B., CM. 1883. 

(Brunton Prizeman); Abergavenny; Suva, Fiji; died i6th May, 1888, aged 26. 

DUNLOP, JOHN TEMPLETON, M.B., C.M. 1894. 

Ship Surgeon ; Linton, Camb. ; Kirkcudbright. 

DUNLOP, MALCOM, M.A. 1893. 

Student of Law. 

DUNLOP, ROBERT, M.D. 1863. 

Glasgow; Irvine; died circa 1876. 

DUNLOP, THOMAS, M.B., C.M. 1882. 

Mossend; Surgeon, R.N. ; Thornhill, Dumfriesshire. 

DUNLOP, THOMAS CAMERON, M.B., C.M. 1882, M.D. 1886. 

Glasgow; Newmilns; Glasgow; Stepps Road; South Africa. 

DUNLOP, WALTER M'INDOE, M.B., C.M. 1874. 

Glasgow ; Alderton, Suffolk ; London. 



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DUNLOP, WILLIAM, M -A- ! 795- 

M.F.P. & S.G. 1799; Surgeon in Glasgow, and Lecturer on Clinical Surgery 

in the Royal Infirmary; about 1805 became associated with Samuel Hunter (q.v.), 

under the firm of Samuel Hunter & Co., in the conducting and publication of 

the Glasgow Herald \ died 1809. 

DUNLOP, WILLIAM, M.B., CM. 1883. 

Glasgow; Maryborough, Queensland; Gympie there. 
DUNLOP. WILLIAM, M.A. 1887. 

U.P. Minister at Buckhaven. 

DUNN, GAVIN GIBB, M.A. 1812. 

Minister of Slains; died 20th July, 1840, aged 51. 

DUNN, HUGH, M.A. 1824. 

"F. n. 3 th * Hugonis Agric., Maybole, Ayr" [Matric. Alb. 1820]. 
DUNN, JAMES, M.D. 1835. 

"Scotus" [Grad. Alb.]. 
DUNN, JOHN, M.A. 1773, LL.D. 1785. 

Barrister-at-Law, and Member of Irish House of Commons. 

DUNN, JOHN PANTON, M.B., CM. 1890. 

Glasgow; Stockton-on-Tees ; West Calder. 

DUNN, ROBERT, M.A. 1814. 

" Filius natu Secundus Roberti Agricolae in parochia de St. Andrews in 
comitatu de Down" [Matric. Alb. 1811], 

DUNN, THOMAS BUCHANAN, M.B., CM. 1876. 

Glasgow; Cambuslang; London. 

DUNN, THOMAS RUSSELL, M.D. 1828, CM. 1860. 

Bridge of Allan; Inspector-General ol Hospitals and Fleets; Honorary 
Surgeon to the Queen; died i8th September, 1866. 

DUNN, THOMAS SPENCE, M.B., CM. 1882. 

Glasgow ; Lenzie ; London ; Stonewall, Manitoba, Canada ; New Amsterdam, 
Transvaal; Piet Relief there. 

DUNN, WILLIAM, M.A. 1802. 

" Filius natu Maximus Andreae Agricolae in parochia de Denny in comitatu 
de Stirling" [Matric. Alb. 1799]. 

DUNNE, GEORGE VICKERS, M.D. 1837. 

"Hibernus" [Grad. Alb.]. 
DUNNE, JOHN, M.D. 1835. 

" Hibernus " [Grad. Alb.]. 

DUNNING, MATTHEW, M.B., CM. 1895. 

Glasgow. 

DUNSMUIR, ROBERT, M.B., CM. 1894. 

Patna, Ayrshire; Renfrew. 



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DURHAM, ANDREW, M.D. 1836. 

Deputy Inspector-General of Hospitals, Bombay Medical Service ; Rathmines, 
Co. Dublin; died 4th August, 1874, aged 61. 

DURHAM, LORD BISHOP OF, LL.D. 1879. 

Joseph Barber Lightfoot; Canon residentiary of St. Paul's, 1861-79; Lord 
Bishop of Durham, 1879-89; died at Bournemouth, 2ist December, 1889, aged 
61; D.C.L. Oxon. 1879; LL.D. Edin. 1884. 

DURRAN, DAVID, M.B., CM. 1881. 

Port-Glasgow; Ship Surgeon; London; Castletown, Thurso; Thurso. 

DURRAN, JAMES, M.A. 1878. 

Minister of (i) Free Church, Kilmalcolm, (2) English Presbyterian Church, 
Willesden, London, (3) Queen Street Free Church, Edinburgh. 

DUTT, BEHARY LALL, M.B., CM. 1875, M.D. 1877 

Glasgow; Wells, Somerset; Surgeon, Bombay Army; died 1881. 

DYlDYNSKI, LORETAN, M.D. 1843 

"Polonus" [Grad. Alb.]. "Received as a Gratuitous Student in the Moral 
Philosophy and Mathematical Classes . . . being in poor circumstances, a Polish 
refugee, and well recommended" [Univ. Minute, i?th November, 1837]. 

DYER, HENRY, M.A. 1873, B.Sc. 1873, D.Sc. 1890 

From 1873 to 1883, Principal of, and Professor of Civil and Mechanical 

Engineering in, the Imperial College of Engineering, Tokyo, Japan ; also Director 

of Engineering works, Tokyo ; since 1883, Honorary Principal of said College, and 

Consulting Engineer in Glasgow. 

DYER, WILLIAM TURNER THISTLETON, LL.D. 1896. 

Professor of (i) Natural History at the Agricultural College, Cirencester, (2) 

Botany at the Royal College of Science for Ireland, (3) Botany to the Royal 

Horticultural Society; 1875 Assistant Director, 1885 Director, of the Royal 

Botanical Gardens, Kew; M.A. Oxon.; B.Sc. London; F.R.S. ; C.M.G. ; C.I.E. 

DYKES, ALEXANDER BAIRD, M.A. 1880. 

U.P. Minister at (i) Gatehouse, (2) Gorebridge, (3) Leith. 

DYKES, DOUGLAS, B.A. 1858. 

Designed as Student of Divinity in General Council Register for 1 860-61, 
but followed no profession; resided at Hamilton; died 6th March, 1886. 

DYKES, JAMES, M.A. 1889. 

Teacher, Coatbridge; died at 21 Gladstone Street, Glasgow, 3ist January, 
1891. 

DYKES, THOMAS, D.D. 1871. 

Minister of Ayr. 

DYKES, THOMAS, M.A. 1884, B.L. 1884, LL.B. 1885. 

Writer, Glasgow. 



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DYMOCK, JOHN, LL.D. 1829. 

(i) Rector of the Grammar School in Kelso; (2) one of the Masters of the 
Grammar School of Glasgow, 1808-34; died gth November, 1838, aged 71. 

DYMOCK, JOHN, M.A. 1860. 

F.C. Minister at Kemnay. 

DYMOCK, JOHN G., M.A. 1819. 

"F. n. 2 dus Joannis ludi mag. in Glasgua, apud Kelso natus" [Matric. Alb. 
1814]. See JOHN DYMOCK, LL.D. 

DYMOCK, THOMAS, M.A. 1833. 

Sometime Sub-Librarian to Glasgow University; thereafter Minister of (i) 

Carnoustie, (2) Free Church there, (3) Middle Free Church, Perth; died 4th 
February, 1888. 

DYSART, JOHN, M.D. 1843. 

Portglenone, Co. Antrim. 

EADIE, GEORGE ALEXANDER, M.B., C.M. 1894. 

Nathalia, Victoria, Australia. 
EADIE, JAMES, M.A. 1894. 

Licentiate of the Church of Scotland. 

EADIE, JOHN, M.A. 1820. 

Possibly the same person as John Eadie, who was licensed by the 
Glasgow Original Secession Presbytery in 1824, and who, after a time, betook 
himself to a mercantile profession. 

EADIE, JOHN, LL.D. 1844. 

U.P. Minister at (i) Cambridge Street, Glasgow, (2) Lansdowne, Glasgow; 

Professor of (i) Biblical Literature to United Associate Synod, (2) Hermeneutics 

and Christian Evidences to U.P. Church; born at Alva, gth May, 1810; died 

at Glasgow, 3rd June, 1876. 

EADIE, JOHN M'INTYRE, M.R, CM. 1887. 

Erskine, Sandhurst, Australia; Bendigo there. 

EAGLESHAM, DAVID, M.A. 1885. 

F.C. Minister of Halfmorton and Gretna. 

EAGLESHAM, ROBERT, M.B., C.M. 1884. 

Mauchline; Hurlford; died i8th January, 1889, aged 26. 

EARL, JOHN, M.D. 1828. 

"Scotus" [Grad. Alb.]. 

EASON, JAMES, M.A. 1885. 

U.P. Minister at (i) Cumberland Street, Glasgow, (2) Duns. 

EASTMAN, THEOPHILUS, B.A. 1815. 

Congregational Minister, London; died 1863, aged 74. 



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EASTON, DAVID, B.A. 1851, M.D. 1857. 

Stranraer ; died April, 1885. 

EASTON, DAVID, M.D. 1854. 

Partick; died at Barbadoes, 22nd January, 1874, aged 42. 

EASTON, JAMES, M.D. 1818. 

"Scotus" [Grad. Alb.]. 

EASTON, JOHN, CM. 1831, M.D. 1832. 

Possibly the same person as John Easton, sometime in the Indian 
Medical Service, thereafter Practitioner in Glasgow ; father of John Alexander 
Easton, M.D. 1836 (q.v.). 

EASTON, JOHN ALEXANDER, M.D. 1836. 

Professor of Materia Medica in (i) Anderson's College, Glasgow, 1840-55, 
(2) Glasgow University, 1855-65; died i2th November, 1865, aged 58. 

EASTON, JOHN ALEXANDER, M.D. 1862. 

Glasgow ; Romsey, Hants. ; Ticehurst, Sussex ; Petworth, Sussex. 

EASTON, MATTHEW GEORGE, M.A. 1843, D.D. 1874. 

Minister of (i) R.P. Church, Girvan, (2) R.P. Church, Darvel, (3) Free 
Church, Darvel; died 27th February, 1894, aged 71. 

EASTON, THOMAS, M.A. 1798, D.D. 1826. 

Minister of Kirriemuir; died 5th April, 1856, aged 79. 

EASTON, WILLIAM CECIL, B.Sc. 1891. 

Civil Engineer (Glasgow Corporation Water Engineer's Office), Glasgow. 

EATON, JOHN, M.B., C.M. 1867, M.D. 1870. 

Airdrie; Cleator, Cumberland. 

EATON, SAMUEL, D.D. 1738 

Minister of a Presbyterian Congregation in Nottingham; M.A. of 1726. 

EATWELL, WILLIAM COVERDALE BEATY, M.D., C.M. 1840. 

Principal of Calcutta Medical College and Professor of Materia Medica, etc., 

Medical College Hospital; Surgeon-Major, Bengal Army; St. Leonards-on-Sea. 

EBELING, JOHN THEODORE PHILIP. CHRIST. M.A., M.D. 1779. 

" Zuneburgo-Germanus " [Grad. Alb.] ; possibly a connection of Christoph 
Daniel Ebeling (1741-1817), Professor of History and Greek in the Hamburg 
Gymnasium, author of a Geography and History of North America. 

ECCLES, SAMUEL, M.A. 1813. 

Irish Presbyterian Minister at Armagh, 1817-23; died 2ist February, 1823. 

ECHLIN, ARTHUR, M.A. 1732. 

"Hib. Juris Studiosus F. Joan. Echlin V.D.M. in Com. Antrim" [Matric. 
Alb. 1731]. 

ECKERSLEY, EDWARD ARTHUR, M.B., C.M. 1893. 

London; Southsea. 



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177 



ECKLIN, JOHN FRANCIS, M.A. 1878. 

Intended for Ministry of Free Church; died igth October, 1879, aged 25. 

ECKLIN, WILLIAM, M.B., CM. 1884. 

Glasgow; Ship Surgeon; London. 

EDDOWES, JOHN HENRY, M.D. 1850. 

Loughborough. 

EDGAR, ANDREW, D.D. 1886. 

Minister of (i) Tongland, (2) Mauchline; died 2jrd March, 1890, aged 59. 

EDGAR, GEORGE, M.B., CM. 1893. 

Greenock. 

EDGAR, HANDASIDE, M.A., M.D. 1776. 

"Scotus" [Grad. Alb.]; "Born & bred in the Parish of Hamilton" 
[Univ. Minute, i5th February, 1776]. 

EDGAR, JAMES, M.A. 1816. 

"F. n. 2 dus Maxwells Artificis Erskine, Renfrew" [Matric. Alb. 1808]. 

EDGAR, JOHN, M.A. 1878. 

Snell Exhibitioner, 1878-82; B.A. Oxon. 1883; Classical Master in the 
Royal High School, Edinburgh, since 1882 ; Preliminary Examiner on Classics 
in Glasgow University from ist February, 1897. 

EDGAR, JOHN, M.A. 1882, B.Sc. 1886, M.B., CM. 1887. 

Glasgow (Professor of Midwifery in Anderson's College). 

EDGAR, ROBERT, M.A. 1855, D.D. 1884. 

Minister of Newburgh-on-Tay ; died i5th September, 1894. 

EDGAR, ROBERT, M.A. 1890. 

Schoolmaster in Woodside School, Glasgow. 

EDGAR, SAMUEL, M.A. 1792. 

Secession Minister at Ballynahinch ; Proprietor of an Academy there, in 

which Professor James Thomson, LL.D. 1829 (q.v.), was an Assistant; and 

Professor of Divinity to Secession Synod; died i7th October, 1826, aged 60; 

D.D. of Union College, U.S.A., 1820. 

EDGE, SAMUEL, M.D. 1837. 

Crittyard, Queen's Co. 

EDINGTON, GEORGE HENRY, M.B., CM. 1891, M.D. 1895. 

Glasgow (Demonstrator of Anatomy in Anderson's College). 

EDINGTON, PATRICK FULLARTON WATT, B.L. 1893. 

Writer, Glasgow. 

EDMISTON, ROBERT, CM. 1827. 

"Hybernus" [Grad. Alb.]. 

M 



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EDMOND, JOHN, D.D. 1861. 

Minister of (i) U.P. Church at Dennyloanhead, (2) U.P. Church, Regent 
Place, Glasgow, (3) English Presbyterian Church, Highbury, London; died 7th 
October, 1893, aged 78. 

EDMOND, ROBERT, M.A. 1782. 

" Filius natu quartus Davidis Mercatoris in urbe Glasguensi " [Matric. Alb. 
1777]. 

EDWARD, ALEXANDER KERR, M.A. 1896. 

Teacher in (i) Dunoon Grammar School, 1892-94, (2) Cambuslang Public 
School, 1895-96, (3) Bonhill Public School, Alexandria, N.B., May to June, 1896, 
(4) North Public School, Alexandria, N.B., since August, 1896. 

EDWARD, JAMES MITCHELL, M.A. 1894. 

Teacher in (i) John Street Public School, Glasgow, (2) High School there, 
as Mathematical Assistant, (3) Holmscroft School, Greenock, as Mathematical 
Master. 

EDWARDES, DAVID EDWARD, M.A. 1865. 

Curate of (i) Langharne, (2) Llanhowell, (3) Begelly, (4) Rudbaxton, etc. ; 
Rector of Hodgeston, Pembroke, since 1888. 

EDWARDS, EDWARD, M.A. 1773. 

" Natus in Hybernia filius natu Secundus Mathaei Armigeri in Parochia de 
Orney in Comitatu de Tyrrone" [Matric. Alb. 1770], 

EDWARDS, EDWARD DUNMOR, . M.A. 1874. 

Principal of the Academy, Pontypridd. 

EDWARDS, JOHN, M.D. 1764. 

EDWARDS, JOHN, D.D. 1888. 

Minister of Greenhead U.P. Church, Glasgow; died 2oth August, 1888. 

EDWARDS, JOHN, M.A. 1893. 

Teacher in (i) Motherwell, as Assistant, (2) Fochabers, as Science Master, 
(3) Carluke, as Head Master in Secondary Department. 

EDWARDS, MATTHEW, M.A. 1839. 

Presbyterian Minister at Widdrington, Morpeth ; born i5th January, 1815; 
died 2oth February, 1892. 

EDWARDS, RICHARD JOHN, M.B., C.M. 1895. 

Nan tile Vale, Carnarvonshire. 

EDWARDS, WILLIAM, M.D. 1842, C.M. 1844. 

Burnley; died i8th June, 1876, aged 58. 

EDWARDS, WILLIAM BICKERTON, M.B., C.M. 1894. 

Forth, Glamorganshire. 

EGAN, JOHN CRUISE, M.D. 1842. 

Kingstown, Co. Dublin ; Maidstone, Kent ; London, Vicar of Christ Church, 
South Hackney; died i4th January, 1890, aged 68, 



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EKIN, WILLIAM, M.A. 1832, M.D. 1833. 

"Hibemus" [Grad. Alb.]. 

ELDER, GEORGE, M.B., C.M. 1868, M.D. 1880. 

Glasgow; Nottingham. 

ELDER. JOHN LOCKHART, M.A. 1876. 

U.P. Minister at Coldstream, East. 

ELDER, MATTHEW, M.A. 1809. 

Irish Presbyterian Minister at Duncan; ordained 1811 ; resigned his charge, 
yth January, 1817; and on i8th May following was suspended sine die. 

ELDER, ROBERT, M.A. 1825, D.D. 1871. 

Minister of (i) Kilbrandon, (2) Killin, (3) St. Paul's, Edinburgh, (4) Free St. 
Paul's there, (5) Free Church, Rothesay; died 3oth March, 1892. 

ELDER, SAMUEL, M.A. 1808. 

Irish Presbyterian Minister at Ballyeaston; ordained 1813; died 2ist 

February, 1821. 

ELGAR, FRANCIS, LL.D. 1885. 

(i) Consulting Naval Architect and Engineer in London ; (2) First Professor of 

Naval Architecture in Glasgow University, 1883 to 1886; (3) Director of Dockyards 

to the Admiralty, 1886-92 ; (4) Consulting Naval Architect and Engineer in London 

since 1892; F.R.S. 1896. 

ELLIES, GEORGE, M.A. 1735. 

ELLIOT, ROBERT, M.A. 1782. 

"Natus in Hibernia filius natu maximus Joannis Mercatoris in urbe de 
Monaghan" [Matric. Alb. 1780]. 

ELLIOT, ROBERT, M.A. 1792. 

"Hibernus" [Grad. Alb.]. 

ELLIOT, WILLIAM HENRY, M.D. 1839. 

Exeter; died loth January, 1874, aged 68. 
ELLIOTT, ARCHIBALD, M.D. 1838. 

Torquay; Surgeon, R.N. ; died at Exeter, i7th April, 1866. 

ELLIOTT, FRANK, M.B., CM. 1896. 

Burnopfield, Co. Durham. 

ELLIOTT, JOHN, M.A. 1814. 

" Filius natu maximus Francisci Agricolae in parochia de Monaghan in comi- 
tatu ejusdem" [Matric. Alb. 1809]. 

ELLIOTT, JOHN, M.D. 1836. 

Tobago, West Indies. 
ELLIOTT, LEONARD DOBBIN, M.A. 1839. 

Presbyterian Minister at Portadown, Ireland, 1841-81 ; died 2nd April, 1881. 
ELLIOTT, ROBERT, M.D. 1852. 

Native of Clogher, County Tyrone; died two months after graduation. 



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ELLIOTT, ROBERT, B.Sc. 1884. 

(i) Marine Engineer, Coasts of India, Burmah, Straits Settlements, and 
Persian Gulf; (2) Surveyor to Lloyd's Register of Shipping in (a) Glasgow and 
district, 1889-93, (b] London and district since 1893. 

ELLIOTT, THOMAS, M.D. 1838. 

Kilrush, Co. Clare; died 1867. 

ELLIS, DANIEL, M.D. 1804. 

"Anglus" [Grad. Alb.]. 

ELLIS, EDWARD, M.D. 1839. 

"Hibernus" [Grad. Alb.]. 

ELLIS, HUGH, M.D. 1849. 

Kilrea, Co. Derry. 

ELLISON, JOHN WILLIAM, M.A. 1854. 

Presbyterian Minister at (i) Castlebellingham, Ireland, (2) Whitehaven, (3) 
Sunderland; born 8th May, 1835; died 6th December, 1891. 

ELLISON, THOMAS, M.A. 1815. 

Irish Presbyterian Minister at Banagher, 1822-47; died 6th January, 1847. 

ENGLISH, CHRISTOPHER NINIAN, M.D. 1840. 

"Hibernus" [Grad. Alb.]. 

ENGLISH, SAMUEL, M.B., CM. 1895. 

Glasgow; Ship Surgeon. 

ENGLISH, THOMAS, M.D. 1797. 

"Anglus" [Grad. Alb.]. 

ENGLISH, WILLIAM WATSON, B.A. 1860, M.A. 1861. 

(a) Curate successively of Langharne, S. Wales; Abbots Langley, Herts.; 
South Tawton, Devon ; () Vicar of Great Wollaston, Salop ; (c) Rector of Kirkley- 
in-Lowestoft ; (d} Sunday Lecturer at All Souls, South Hampstead, London. 

ERSKINE, DAVID, M.B., CM. 1894. 

Great Yarmouth. 

ERSKINE, DAVID STEUART. See BUCHAN, EARL OF. 

ERSKINE, GEORGE, M.A. 1775. 

Minister of (i) Ardoch, (2) Monzie; died 26th April, 1794. 

ERSKINE, JAMES, M.A. 1877, M.B., CM. 1882. 

Glasgow (Lecturer on Aural Surgery in Anderson's College). 

ERSKINE, JOHN, D.D. 1766. 

Minister of (i) Kirkintilloch, (2) Culross, (3) New Greyfriars, Edinburgh, (4) 

Old Greyfriars, Edinburgh; mentioned in Guy Mannering\ born 2nd June, 

1721 ; died igth January, 1803; eldest son of John Erskine of Carnock, Professor 

of Scots Law in Edinburgh University. 



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ERSKINE, WILLIAM, M.A. 1786. 

One of the Judges of the Court of Session, under title of Lord Kinnedder ; 

friend and literary confidant of Sir Walter Scott ; son of Episcopalian Minister of 

Muthill; born 1769; died i4th August, 1822; brother-in-law of Archibald Colqu- 

houn Campbell of Killermont, the death of whose child gave rise to Baroness 

Nairne's song, " The Land o' the Leal." 

ERSKINE, WILLIAM, CM. 1830. 

Probably Newton-Stewart. 

ERSKINE, WILLIAM DOUGLAS, M.B., CM. 1887. 

Kirn ; Glasgow ; Dundee ; Surgeon-Captain, Army. 

ERSKINE-MURRAY, JAMES ROBERT. See MURRAY. 

ERVING, GEORGE, M.A. 1762. 

Of Boston, New England ; during Revolutionary War went to Halifax, 
and thence to London ; father of George W. Erving, American diplomatist. 

ESDAILE, JAMES KENNEDY, M.A. 1827. 

"Filius natu maximus Jacobi Mercatoris apud Londinum in comitatu de 
Middlesex" [Matric. Alb. 1824]. 

ESPIE, GEORGE, CM. 1819, M.D. 1834. 

"Scotus" [Grad. Alb.]. 

EVANS, ALFRED ERNEST, M.B., CM. 1891. 

London. 

EVANS, DAVID, B.A. 1830. 

Unitarian Minister at various places in Cardiganshire; born 1806; died 
23rd April, 1885. 

EVANS, DAVID, M.D. 1847. 

Llanfyllin, Wales; died 1869. 

EVANS, DAVID WILLIAM, B.A. 1857. 

Schoolmaster at Carmarthen; born 1834 or 1835; died i6th January, 1860. 

EVANS, EBENEZER, M.B., CM. 1878. 

Glasgow ; Beaumaris, Anglesey. 

EVANS, EVAN KERI, M.A. 1888. 

Professor of Logic, etc., in University College of North Wales, Bangor, 1891 
to 1895; Degree Examiner on Logic and Moral Philosophy in Glasgow University 
since 1895. 

EVANS, GEORGE, M.A. 1876. 

Unitarian Minister at (i) Plymouth, (2) Chesterfield, (3) Gorton, near 
Manchester (Brookfield Church). 

EVANS, GEORGE SAMUEL, M.A. 1827, LL.D. 1830. 

Head Master of North-End House Academy at Hampstead ; possibly the 

same person as George Samuel Evans, LL.D., who was one of the earliest 

English settlers in New Zealand, and for some time a Minister of the Crown 

in Victoria, and Editor of the Melbourne Herald; died 23rd September, 1868. 



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EVANS, GUSTAVUS, M.D. 1848. 

Carlisle; died gth May, 1863. 

EVANS, HERBERT NORMAN, M.D. 1824. 

London; Brecon; Tunbridge; St. Leonards-on-Sea ; died loth December, 
1877, aged 75. 

EVANS, HUGH, M.D. 1761. 

EVANS, JOHN, B.A. 1815. 

"Filius unicus Viri Reverendi Joannis V.D.M. Haverford West in comitatu 
de Pembroke in Anglia" [Matric. Alb. 1813], 

EVANS, JOHN, M.A. 1870. 

Calvinistic Methodist Minister at Aberdare ; afterwards Presbyterian Minister 
in Melbourne, where he died. 

EVANS, JOHN TYNDE, M.D. 1838. 

Dublin. 

EVANS, SAMUEL, M.A., M.D. 1773. 

"Hibernus" [Grad. Alb.]. 

EVANS, THOMAS BOWEN, M.A. 1885. 

Unitarian Minister of (i) College Chapel, Stepney Green, London, E., 
1888-92, (2) Britain Hill Church, Heywood, Lanes., since 1892. 

EVANS, USHER WILLIAMSON, M.D. 1844. 

Deputy Inspector-General, Army. 

EVANS, WILLIAM, M.D. 1838. 

Surgeon, H.M. Indian Army; Deputy Inspector-General of Hospitals. 

EVANS, WILLIAM, B.A. 1860, M.A. 1861. 

Presbyterian Minister at (i) Runcorn, (2) Pembroke Dock, (3) Aberystwyth, 
(4) Pembroke Dock. 

EVANS, WILLIAM JULIAN, M.D. 1837. 

Pinner, Middlesex; died i6th June, 1878, aged 73. 

EVANS, WILLIAM LEMUEL, M.A. 1884. 

Head Master of a Private School in Hunt's Point Road, New York City, 
U.S.A. 

EVANSON, MORGAN, B.Sc. 1883. 

(i) Curate of St. John's, Canton, Cardiff, 1883-86; (2) Curate of St. German's, 
Roath, Cardiff, 1886; (3) Curate of St. Andrew's, Cardiff, 1887; (4) Curate of 
Merthyr Mawr, Bridgend, Glam., 1887-89; (5) Vicar thereof since 1889. 

EVANSON, RICHARD TONSON, M.D. 1832. 

Dublin: (i) Lecturer on Materia Medica in Park Street Medical School, 
1830-36; (2) Professor of Practice of Physic, R.C.S.I., 1836-43; Torquay; 
died there, 26th October, 1871, aged 72. 

EVERARD, RICHARD H., M.D. 1835. 

"Hibernus" [Grad. Alb.]. 



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EVERETT, JOSEPH DAVID, B.A. 1856, M.A. 1857. 

Mathematical Master in Mr. Thorowgood's School, Totteridge, Herts., 1850- 
54; Student at Glasgow University, 1854-58; Secretary to Meteorological Society 
of Scotland, 1859; Professor of Mathematics, etc., in King's College, Windsor, 
Nova Scotia, 1859-64; Assistant to Professor of Mathematics in Glasgow 
University, 1864-67 ; Professor of Natural Philosophy in Queen's College, Belfast, 
since 1867 ; D.C-L. 

EWART, JOSEPH, M.D. 1780. 

"Scotus" [Grad. Alb.]. 
EWEN, DAVID, CM. 1833, M.D. 1834. 

"Scotus" [Grad. Alb.]. 

EWING, ALEXANDER, M.A. 1817. 

Congregational Minister at (i) Thurso, (2) Bradford, (3) Gosport; died 
1864, aged 70. 

EWING, ALEXANDER, LL.D. 1848. 

Incumbent at Forres, 1841-47; Bishop of Argyll and the Isles, 1847-73; 
born at Aberdeen, 25th March, 1814; died at his brother's Rectory, Westmill, 
Buntingford, 22nd May, 1873; D.C.L. Oxon. 1851. 

EWING, JAMES, LL.D. 1826. 

Of Strathleven, Merchant in Glasgow; sometime Lord Provost of, and M.P. 
for, that City; Founder of Ewing Gold Medal; born 5th December, 1775; 
died 29th November, 1853. 

EWING, JOHN, M.A. 1782. 

"Hibemus" [Grad. Alb.]. 

EWING, WILLIAM, M.D. 1846. 

"Hibernus" [Grad. Alb.]. 
EYRE, CHARLES, LL.D. 1892. 

Roman Catholic Archbishop of Glasgow ; Vice-President of the Glasgow 
Archaeological Society; born in Yorkshire, 7th November, 1817. 

FAIRBAIRN, PATRICK, D.D. 1854. 

Minister of (i) North Ronaldshay, (2) Bridgeton, Glasgow, (3) Salton, 

(4) Free Church, Salton, (5) Free Church, Aberdeen; thereafter Professor of 

Theology in F.C. College, Aberdeen ; afterwards Principal of Free Church 

College, Glasgow; died there, 6th August, 1874, aged 69. 

FAIRBAIRN, WILLIAM DAVID, M.A. 1877. 

Minister (i) of English Presbyterian Church at Eccles, Manchester, (2) in 
New Zealand. 

FAIRLEY, JOHN DONALDSON, M.A. 1869. 

Solicitor, Motherwell; died 2ist December, 1893, aged 48; LL.B. Edin. 
1874. 

FAIRLIE, ARCHIBALD, M.A. 1885, M.B., CM. 1889. 

Glasgow; Dunfermline; Killearn; Bebside, Northumberland. 



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FAIRLIE, JAMES, M.A. 1824. 

Minister of Mauchline ; died 1874. 

FAIRLIE, JAMES, M.D. 1862. 

Lennoxtown; died 1864. 

FAIRLY, DAVID, M.D. 1847. 

Glasgow : Liverpool. 

FALCON, THOMAS, M.A. 1741. 

" Filius Joannis Falcon Arm. in Com. de Cumberland" [Matric. Alb. 1738]. 

FALCONER, JOHN, M.B., C.M. 1894. 

Native of Lochalsh, Ross-shire; died in Glasgow Royal Infirmary, 23rd 
December, 1894 (six weeks after graduation), aged 32. 

FALDING, FREDERICK JOHN, M.A. 1845, D.D. 1858. 

Sometime Principal and Professor of Divinity in the Theological College, 
Rotherham, Yorkshire ; afterwards Principal of Yorkshire United College, 
Bradford; died at Folkestone, 2gth December, 1892, aged 74. 

FALKINER, JOHN, M.A. 1769. 

" Natus in Hibernia Frederici Armigeri in Urbe Dublin Filius natu minimus " 
[Matric. Alb. 1768]. 

FARLEY, GEORGE CALDWELL, M.D., C.M. 1861. 

London ; Maidenhead, Berks. ; Kingston-on-Thames ; London ; died circa 
1884. 

FARLEY, JAMES HENRY, M.D. 1839. 

"In a de Antigua" [Grad. Alb.]. 

FARQUHAR, JOSEPH, M.A. 1887. 

Minister of (i) George Street Baptist Church, Paisley, (2) Montague Street 
Baptist Church, Blackburn. 

FARQUHAR, THOMAS MURRAY, M.D. 1842. 

"Ireland" [Grad. Alb.]. 

FARQUHARSON, ALEXANDER CHARLES, M.B., C.M. 1889, M.D. 1891, B.Sc. 1894. 
County Asylum, Burntwood, Lichfield. 

FARQUHARSON, JAMES DUNCAN, M.B., C.M. 1884. 

Newcastle-on-Tyne. 

FARRAR, THOMAS, M.A. 1734. 

"Angl. F. Thomae Farrar Mercatoris in Halifax in Com. Eboracensi" 
[Matric. Alb. 1731]. 

FARRE, JOHN RICHARD, M.D. 1802. 

Practitioner in (i) Barbadoes, (2) London; Joint Founder and Physician 
of Royal London Ophthalmic Hospital; born in Barbadoes, 3151 January, 1775; 
died 7th May, 1862; also M.D. (1806) of King's College, Aberdeen. 

FARREN, NEIL, C.M. 1839. 

"Hibernus" [Grad. Alb.]. 



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FASSON, STANHOPE HUNTER, M.D. 1846. 

Surgeon-General, Army; died nth March, 1882, aged 58. 
FAULDS, ARCHIBALD GALBRAITH, M.B., C.M. 1888. 

Glasgow. 
FAULDS, WILLIAM, M.B., C.M. 1874, M.D. 1886. 

Glasgow. 
FAULDS, WILLIAM CAMERON, M.B., C.M. 1894. 

Glasgow. 
FAWCETT, STEPHEN, LL.D. 1809. 

Rector of the Academy at Chester. 

FAWKNER, SIR EVERARD, LL.D. 1746. 

In business till 50 years of age: knighted 1735, and sent as Ambassador 
to Constantinople; thereafter Secretary to H.R.H. the Duke of Cumberland 
(q.v.), whom he accompanied in his Continental and Scottish campaigns ; was 
a witness against Lord Lovat at trial in 1 747 ; Joint Postmaster-General, 
1745-58; born 1684; died at Bath, i6th November, 1758. 

FAWNS, THOMAS WILLOCKS, M.A. 1891. 

(i) Teacher in Glasgow; (2) Mechanic or Engineer in (a) London, (b) 
Africa, (c} Laurencekirk, Kincardineshire, his native place, (d) Montrose. 

FAWSYDE, JAMES, M.A. 1730. 

FEDARB, FREDERICK, M.B., C.M. 1887. 

Newport, Mon. ; Southsea ; Surgeon, R.N. 

FELL, JOSEPH, C.M. 1827. 

"Scotus" [Grad. Alb.]. 

FENNELL, CHARLES, M.A. 1773. 

"Filius unicus Gulielmi Arm' in urbe Limerick in Hiberna" [Matric. Alb. 
1772]. 

FENTON, HENRY ARTHUR, M.B., C.M. 1875. 

Pemberton, Lanes. ; Hatfield and Doncaster. 

FENWICK, JAMES, B.Sc. 1891. 

Civil Engineer, Belmore, Sydney, N.S.W. 

FENWICK, WILLIAM, M.D. 1864. 

Glasgow ; London. 

FERGUS, ANDREW, M.D. 1866. 

Glasgow; Examiner for Medical Degrees in the University, 1875-76; died 
29th July, 1887, aged 65. 

FERGUS, ANDREW FREELAND, M.B., C.M. 1881, M.D. 1891. 

Glasgow (sometime Lecturer on Physics in Anderson's College); son of 
Andrew Fergus, M.D. 1866 (q.v.). 

FERGUS, JOHN, M.B., C.M. 1875, M.D. 1878. 

Glasgow ; Ship Surgeon ; Workington ; Tarkastad, Cape Colony. 



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FERGUS, JOHN FREELAND, M.A. 1883, M.B., CM. 1888. 

Glasgow ; Edinburgh ; Glasgow ; Assistant to Professor Thomas M'Call 
Anderson (q.v.), 1890-93; son of Andrew Fergus, M.D. 1866 (q.v.). 

FERGUS, JOHN MARSHALL, M.A. 1883. 

Curate of St. Margaret's Church, Aberdeen, 1885-87 ; Priest in charge of 
Holy Trinity Mission Church, Motherwell, 1887-88; Diocesan Chaplain (Diocese 
of Moray, Ross, and Caithness), 1888-89; Assistant Priest in Inverness Cathedral, 
1889-91 ; Priest in charge of the Mission Church of St. Peter and the Holy 
Rood, Thurso, 1891-96; Priest in charge at Nairn since 1896. 

FERGUS, ROBERT MORRISON, M.A. 1883. 

Minister of Congregations in (i) Mentone, near Melbourne, (2) Kirklands, 
Campbell Town, Tasmania. 

FERGUS, THOMAS, M.A. 1749. 

Minister of Denny; died 25th January, 1801. 

FERGUS, WILLIAM HENRY, M.B., C.M. 1886. 

Rothbury, Northumberland ; Tarkastad, Cape Colony. 

FERGUSON, ALEXANDER, M.D. 1836. 

Stewarton. 

FERGUSON, ALEXANDER MUNGALL, M.A. 1896. 

(i) Assistant Master in Martyrs' Public School, Glasgow; (2) Classical 
Master in City Public School, Glasgow. 

FERGUSON, ALEXANDER ROBERT, M.B., C.M. 1892. 

Glasgow; Lenzie; Glasgow; Assistant to Professor Joseph Coats (q.v.) 
since 1895. 

FERGUSON, ANDREW, M.D. 1836. 

"Scotus" [Grad. Alb.]. 

FERGUSON, ARCHIBALD DUNCAN, M.A. 1883. 

Solicitor, Greenock. 

FERGUSON, DANIEL, M.A. 1886. 

Teacher; resided successively at 20 Summerfield Place, Whiteinch, 6 
Rosevale Street, Partick, and 22 Argyle Street, Paisley; thereafter emigrated 
to Australia. 

FERGUSON, DANIEL, M.B., C.M. 1894, 

Partick. 

FERGUSON, DANIEL, M.A. 1895. 

Teacher in Williamsburgh Public School, Paisley. 

FERGUSON, DANIEL JOHN, M.A. 1866, B.D. 1870. 

Minister of (i) Bonhill, (2) Strathblane ; died 8th April, 1886, aged 40. 

FERGUSON, DAVID, CM. 1823. 

"Hibernus" [Grad. Alb.]. 



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FERGUSON, DAVID, CM. 1835, M.D. 1836. 

Enfield, Co. Meath; Dublin; died 5th December, 1873. 

FERGUSON, DONALD, M.A. 1885, M.B., CM. 1888. 

Lochaline, Argyllshire; Warrington. 

FERGUSON, DUGALD, CM. 1824. 

"Scotus" [Grad. Alb.]. 

FERGUSON, DUNCAN, M.A. 1885. 

English Presbyterian Missionary to Formosa, China. 

FERGUSON, EDWARD JOHN, M.D. 1839. 

"Scotus" [Grad. Alb.]. 

FERGUSON, FERGUS, B.A. 1845, M.A, 1858. 

Minister of Montrose Street E.U. (now Congregational) Church, Glasgow, 
1845-97; born 1821; died 3rd November, 1897. 

FERGUSON, FERGUS, D.D. 1885. 

U.P. Minister at (i) Dalkeith, (2) Queen's Park, Glasgow. 

FERGUSON, FRANCIS PETER ROXBURGH, B.L. 1882. 

Writer, Glasgow. 

FERGUSON, GEORGE, B.L. 1883. 

Writer, Glasgow. 

FERGUSON, GEORGE GUNNIS, M.B., CM. 1886. 

Glasgow ; Tottenham, Middlesex ; Glasgow ; London. 

FERGUSON, HENRY SHAW, M.D. 1837. 

Belfast; died i6th June, 1890, aged 75. 

FERGUSON, HOMER LENOIR, B.Sc. 1894. 

Naval Architect, Construction Corps, U.S. Navy. 

FERGUSON, HUGH, M.A. 1826. 

Last known address (as per General Council Registers), Beulah House, Upper 
Norwood; no information as to profession. 

FERGUSON, JAMES, M.A. 1809. 

"Hibernus" [Grad. Alb.]. 

FERGUSON, JAMES, M.A. 1819. 

"F. n. 7 mus Georgii Artif. Greenock" [Matric. Alb. 1815]. 

FERGUSON, JAMES, D.D. 1848. 

Minister of Beath, Fifeshire; died igth March, 1866, aged 85. 

FERGUSON, JAMES, M.B., CM. 1881. 

Perth. 

FERGUSON, JAMES, M.A. 1894. 

Licentiate of the U.P. Church; son of Fergus Ferguson, D.D. 1885 (q.v.). 

FERGUSON, JAMES THOMPSON, M.A. 1877. 

F.C. Minister at Cupar-Fife. 



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FERGUSON, JOHN, M.D. 1854. 

Glasgow; drowned aoth February, 1860. 

FERGUSON, JOHN, B.A. 1861, M.A. 1862. 

Assistant to Professor of Chemistry in Glasgow University, 1867-74; Professor 
of Chemistry therein since 1874; LL.D. of St. Andrews, 1887; born 23rd January, 
1837- 

FERGUSON, JOHN, M.A. 1873, B.D. 1884. 

Minister of Aberdalgie. 

FERGUSON, JOHN HALL, M.A. 1880. 

Minister of Walton Congregational Church, Liverpool. 

FERGUSON, JOHN LOTHIAN, B.L. 1888. 

Writer, Glasgow. 

FERGUSON, JOHN WILLISON, M.A. 1835. 

"Fil. 2 tlus nat. Jacobi Mercat. Glasg." [Matric. Alb. 1820]; Sub-Librarian to 
the University, 1828-32. 

FERGUSON, JOSHUA, M.A. 1890, M.B., CM. 1895. 

(Brunton Prizeman); Glasgow; Paisley; son of Fergus Ferguson, D.D. 
1885, (q.v.). 

FERGUSON, MARTIN PATERSON, B.A. 1849, M.A. 1850. 

(i) Missionary in Springbank, Glasgow, and Assistant to Minister of St. 
George's Parish, Glasgow, 1853-54; (2) Minister at Innellan, 1854-62 ; (3) Minister 
of the Church of Scotland at Chascomus, Buenos Ayres, since 1862. 

FERGUSON, MATTHEW TAYLOR, M.A. 1884. 

Journalist in (i) Glasgow, (2) Bradford, (3) York, on editorial staff of the 
Yorkshire Herald. 

FERGUSON, MONTGOMERY, M.D. 1835. 

"Hibernus" [Grad. Alb.]. 

FERGUSON, O'NEILL, M.D. 1844. 

Queenstown, Co. Cork; Rathmines, Dublin; Surgeon, R.N. ; Knight of the 
Order of Isabella of Spain; died 4th September, 1861. 

FERGUSON, PETER, M.A. 1886. 

(i) Teacher in High School, Falkirk; (2) Teacher in Blackstock Road Board 
School, London ; (3) Teacher in South Hornsey Board School, London ; (4) 
Lecturer at St. Thomas Charterhouse Pupil Teacher Centre, London. 

FERGUSON, PETER, M.B., CM. 1888. 

Pollokshields ; Ilkeston, Derbyshire; Pollokshields ; Govan. 

FERGUSON, ROBERT, M.B., C.M. 1875. M.D. 1879. 

Glasgow; Glamorgan; Glengarnock; Kilbirnie; Melbourne; Newcastle, 
N.S. Wales. 

FERGUSON, ROBERT THOMSON, M.B., C.M. 1886, M.D. 1896. 

Tarbert, Argyllshire ; Anstruther, Fife. 



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FERGUSON, THOMAS, C.M. 1817. 

FERGUSON. WILLIAM, M.D. 1815. 

"Filius natu tertius Petri opificis in urbe Glasguensi" [Matric. Alb. 1804]. 

FERGUSON, WILLIAM BERTRAM OCHILTREE, M.B., C.M. 1891. 

Lenzie ; Newcastle-on-Tyne. 

FERGUSSON,. ALEXANDER, M.D. 1876. 

Peebles; died i5th February, 1887. 

FERGUSSON, ANDREW, M.D. 1819. 

Supposed to be the same person as Andrew Fergusson, M.D., Inspector- 
General of Military Hospitals, and Honorary Physician to the Queen, who 
died at 15 Hamilton Park Terrace, Glasgow, 8th April, 1870, aged 83. 

FERGUSSON, DAVID, B.L. 1876. 

Solicitor, Ayr. 

FERGUSSON, DAVID, M.A. 1893. 

Student of Law. 

FERGUSSON, JAMES, M.A. 1821. 

Minister of Inch, Galloway, 1822-62 (son of previous Minister thereof); born 
3rd November, 1800; died ist January, 1862. 

FERGUSSON, JAMES, M.D. 1862. 

Girvan ; Alexandra, Victoria, Australia. 

FERGUSSON, SIR JAMES, BARONET, LL.D. 1879. 

Of Kilkerran; sometime Lieutenant and Captain in Grenadier Guards and 
Honorary Colonel, 3rd Battalion Royal Scots Fusiliers; wounded at Battle of 
Inkermann; M.P. for (i) Ayrshire, (2) North-East Manchester; Governor of (i) 
South Australia, (2) New Zealand, (3) Bombay; has held several state offices, 
including Postmaster-Generalship, 1891-2; P.C. ; G.C.S.I. ; K.C.M.G. ; C.I.E. ; 
born at Edinburgh, i4th March, 1832; Dean of Faculties in Glasgow University, 
1868 to 1869. 

FERGUSSON, JOHN, LL.D. 1855. 

Rector of (i) Arbroath Academy for 9 years, (2) Kelso Grammar School for 
28 years; born at Glenalmond, 22nd April, 1793 ; died at Kelso, 20th September, 
1859; Professor John Nichol was boarded with him at Kelso, 1847-48. 

FERGUSSON, JOHN, M.A. 1866, B.D. 1869. 

Native of Pitlochry ; Probationer of the Church of Scotland; died 22nd 
October, 1870, aged 38. 

FERGUSSON, JOHN, M.B., C.M. 1870. 

Native of May bole; died, of phthisis, in Glasgow, 8th November, 1870. 

FERGUSSON, WILLIAM, B.L. 1877. 

Writer, Glasgow. 

FERGUSSON, WILLIAM EDWARD LAING, M.D. 1854. 

Macclesfield ; London; died 25th April, 1880, 



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FERNANDEZ, THOMAS FRANCIS, M.D. 1837. 

London ; Isleham, Cambs. ; Ross, Herefordshire ; Ashfield, Suffolk ; Ross. 

FERRERO, ANNIBALE, LL.D. 1896. 

An eminent proficient in Mathematical and Geodetical Science ; Ambassador 
to this country from His Majesty the King of Italy. 

FERRERS, NORMAN MACLEOD, LL.D. 1883. 

Master of Gonville and Caius College, Cambridge. 

FERRIE, WILLIAM, M.D. 1836. 

"Scotus" [Grad. Alb.]. 

FERRIER, ROBERT MUIR, B.Sc. 1891. 

Lecturer in Durham College of Science, Newcastle-on-Tyne. 

FERRIES, JOHN, B.A. 1855. 

Minister of Edinkillie, Forres, till May, 1881, when he went to Manitoba ; last 
known address, St. Ignace, Michigan, U.S.A. 

FETHERSTON, ROBERT, M.D. 1786. 

"Hibernus" [Grad. Alb.]. 

FFORDE, ROBERT, M.D. 1834. 

" Hibernicus " [Grad. Alb.]. 

FIDDES, JAMES, M.A. 1775. 

" Filius natu Tertius Hugonis quondam Agricolae in Parochia de Devenish in 
Comitatu de Fermanagh, Hibernia" [Matric. Alb. 1772]. 

FIELD, HENRY GARY, M.D. 1830. 

Blackrock, Co. Dublin; died 2oth January, 1858. 

FIELD, JOHN, M.A. 1764. 

"Hibernus" [Grad. Alb.]. 

FIELDING, THOMAS, M.D. 1863. 

Castle-Donington, Leicestershire; died i6th July, 1864. 

FIELDING, THOMAS, M.D. 1867, C.M. 1868. 

Milton-Abbas, Dorsetshire. 

FIFE, ANDREW, M.A. 1804. 

"Filius natu a dus Gulielmi Mercatoris in Vico Kilmarnock et Comitatu de 
Ayr" [Matric. Alb. 1798]. 

FILKIN, RICHARD, M.D. 1828. 

London; Richmond, Surrey; sometime Army Staff- Surgeon ; Travelling 
Medical Attendant to Dukes of Orleans and Montpensier, and Count Beaujolais, 
1807; died i5th September, 1871, aged 95. 

FILSON, ALEXANDER BELL, M.D. 1852. 

Portaferry, Co. Down; died 1866. 

FINDLAY, ANDREW, M.B., C.M. 1892. 

Darvel; Nelson, Lanes, 



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FINDLAY, ARTHUR, M.A. 1880. 

Commercial Agent, Glasgow. 

FINDLAY, HARRY, M.B., CM. 1888. 

Glasgow ; Rangoon. 

FINDLAY, JAMES, M.A. 1831. 

Minister of (i) Broomknoll Secession Church, Airdrie, (2) Broomknoll 
Established Church, Airdrie, (3) Camlachie (afterwards Whitevale) Free Church, 
Glasgow; died 24th July, 1881. 

FINDLAY, JAMES, M.D. 1840. 

Castle-Douglas. 

FINDLAY, JAMES, M.A. 1872. 

Writer, Glasgow. 

FINDLAY, JAMES, M.B., C.M. 1884. 

Penpont, Dumfriesshire ; Workington, Cumberland ; Newmarket, Suffolk. 

FINDLAY, JAMES, M.B., C.M. 1889. 

Lossiemouth. 

FINDLAY, JAMES, M.B., C.M. 1895. 

Glasgow ; London. 

FINDLAY, JAMES CRAWFORD, M.A. 1891, LL.B. 1894. 

Writer, Glasgow. 

FINDLAY, JOHN, M.A. 1775. 

Minister of High Church, Paisley; died 2Sth March, 1821, aged 70; D.D. 
Edin. 1 8 10. 

FINDLAY, JOHN, B.A. 1840. 

Minister of Kirkoswald. 

FINDLAY, JOHN, M.D. 1841. 

Glasgow; died 1849. 

FINDLAY, JOHN AGNEW, M.A. 1885. 

Minister of Sprouston. 

FINDLAY, JOHN WAINMAN, M.B., C.M. 1894. 

Glasgow; Melbourne; son of William Findlay, M.D. 1878 (q.v.). 

FINDLAY, ROBERT, M.A. 1737, D.D. 1776. 

Minister of (i) Stevenston, (2) Galston, (3) Paisley, (4) St. David's, Glasgow; 
Professor of Divinity in Glasgow University, 1782 to 1814; Dean of Faculties, 
1772-74 and 1776-78; bora 1721; died i$th June, 1814. 

FINDLAY, ROBERT, M.A. 1802. 

Of Easterhill, Merchant in Glasgow; grandson of Professor Robert Findlay 

(q.v.); died 27th June, 1862, aged 78; a life-long friend of "Christopher North." 

FINDLAY, WALTER SCOBIE, M,A. 1892. 

M.B., Ch.B. 1897. 



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FINDLAY, WILLIAM, M.A. 1775. 

"Filius natu tertius Gulielmi Agricolae in Parochia de Galston" [Matric. 
Alb. 1768]. 

FINDLAY, WILLIAM, B.A. 1840, M.A. 1841, M.D. 1843. 

Wavertree, Lanes.; died 1869. 

FINDLAY, WILLIAM, M.B., C.M. 1870, M.D. 1878. 

Kilmarnock ; Glasgow. 

FINDLAY, WILLIAM, B.L. 1889. 

Writer, Glasgow. 

FINDLAY, WILLIAM, M.A. 1892. 

Advocate, Edinburgh. 

FINDLAY, WILLIAM DAVID, M.B., C.M. 1895. 

Lenzie. 

FINKELSTEIN, ALBERT ALFRED, M.B., C.M. 1895. 

Ship Surgeon; Glasgow. 

F INLAY, DAVID, M.D. 1830. 

"Scotus" [Grad. Alb.]. 

FINLAY, DAVID, M.B., C.M. 1884, M.D. 1888. 

Glasgow; Bridgend, Glam. 

FINLAY, DAVID WHITE, B.A. 1860, M.D., C.M. 1864. 

Helensburgh; London (Lecturer on Medicine, etc., Middlesex Hospital Medical 
School) ; Degree Examiner on Medical Jurisprudence in Glasgow University, 1891 ; 
Professor of Practice of Medicine in University of Aberdeen since 1891. 

FINLAY, HUNTER, M.D. 1860. 

Bothwell; Glasgow; London; Tilney-St. -Lawrence, Norfolk; London 
(Curate of St. Mary's, Spital Square); Emerald, Queensland; Townsville there; 
Winton there ; Townsville. 

FINLAY, JAMES, M.D., C.M. 1861. 

Stranraer; Helensburgh. 

FINLAY, JAMES, M.D. 1865. 

Tarbert, Argyllshire; Campbeltown; died 26th August, 1870, aged 26. 

FINLAY, JAMES DONALD, M.B., C.M. 1893. 

Ayr. 

FINLAY, JOHN, M.A. 1816. 

"Scotus" [Grad. Alb.]. 

FINLAY, QUINTIN, M.A. 1767. 

"Hibernus" [Grad. Alb.]. 

FINLAY, WILLIAM, M.A. 1807. 

Irish Presbyterian Minister at Dundonald, 1810-34; died i4th June, 1834, 
aged 47. 



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FINLAYSON, ALEXANDER, M.D. 187?- 

Demerara; died 2ist November, 1889. 

FINLAYSON, HENRY WILLIAM, M.B., CM. 1887. 

Ship Surgeon; Surgeon, R.N. 

FINLAYSON, JAMES, M.D. 1838. 

"Scotus" [Grad. Alb.]. 

FINLAYSON, JAMES, M.B. 1867, M.D. 1869. 

Glasgow ; Manchester ; Glasgow : Physician and Lecturer on Clinical 
Medicine, Western Infirmary. 

FINLAYSON, JAMES, M.A. 1887. 

Teacher in (i) Bonnington Park High School, Peebles, (2) Technical 
College, Glasgow, (3) High School, Falkirk, (4) Shawlands School, Glasgow, 
(5) Preparatory College, 213 Buchanan Street, Glasgow. 

FINLAYSON, JOSEPH, M.A. 1798- 

Minister of Airdrie; died 7th October, 1838. 

FINLAYSON, THOMAS CAMPBELL, D.D. 1891. 

Minister of the Congregational Church at (i) Downing Place, Cambridge, 

(2) Rusholme, Manchester; born 5th February, 1836; died at 2 Woodside 

Place, Glasgow, yth February, 1893; brother of James Finlayson, M.D. 1869 

(q.v.). 

FINLEY, SAMUEL, D.D. 1763. 

Pastor of a Church at Nottingham, Md., and Head of an Academy there, 
1744-60; President of the College at Princeton, New Jersey, 1761-66; born 
in County Armagh, 1715; died in Philadelphia, i7th July, 1766. 

FINNIE, JOHN, M.A. 1749. 

Licentiate of Church of Scotland; Librarian in University of Glasgow, 
1767-72, and Tutor in Family of Proprietor of Stobcross, who named Finnieston 
after him; was presented to Parish of Blantyre in 1770, but settlement 
successfully opposed on account of his bodily weakness and infirmity ; died 2nd 
November, 1772. 

FINUCANE, DANIEL, M.D. 1850. 

Deputy Inspector-General, R.N. 

FIRTH, THOMAS, M.A. 1737. 

"Ang. filius natu maximus Joannis Firth de Kirkburton Eboracensis" 
[Matric. Alb. 1733]; fined for having "engaged in a night ramble" [Univ. 
Minutes, gth and i2th April and 6th May, 1734]. 

FIRTH, WILLIAM, M.A. 1737. 

"Ang. filius natu secundus Joannis Firth in Shipley in Com. Eboracensi" 
[Matric. Alb. 1734]. 

FISHBORNE, THOMAS MOORE, M.D. 1835. 

"Hibernus" [Grad. Alb.]. 

N 



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FISHER, ALEXANDER BROWN, M.A. 1890. 

Assistant Teacher in Crookston Street Public School, Glasgow, 1881-90; 
Head Master of Kelso Public School since 1890. 

FISHER, CHARLES HOLDRICH, M.D. 1857. 

Sittingbourne, Kent. 
FISHER, FREDERICK BRIGGS, M.B., CM. 1865, M.D. 1872. 

London. 

FISHER, HENRY, M.D. 1863. 

Limerick; Dorking, Surrey; London; died June, 1891. 

FISHER, JAMES, M.B., C.M. 1892. 

Lochgilphead ; Dalmally; Balfron. 

FISHER, JAMES STEEL, M.A. 1883. 

Manager of British Legal Assurance Co., Glasgow. 

FISHER, MADDISON WALL, M.D. 1840. 

Monasterevan, Co. Kildare; Portarlington, Queen's Co.; died ;th January, 
1892, aged 77. 

FISHER, MICHAEL WILLIAM, M.D. 1860. 

King's Lynn; died i8th November, 1863, aged 27. 

FISHER, RICHARD, M.A. 1739. 

"Filius Jacobi Fisher in Com. de Lancaster" [Matric. Alb. 1736], 

FISHER, ROBERT, M.A. 1739. 

" F. Fran. Fisher in Paroch. Cochram in Com. Cumbriae " [Matric. Alb. 

1737]. 

FITT, SAMUEL, M.D. 1786. 

" Bermudensis " [Grad. Alb.]. 

FITZGERALD, JAMES MAURICE, M.D. 1837. 

"Hibernus" [Grad. Alb.]. 

FITZGERALD, JOHN PATRICK, M.D. 1839. 

King William's Town, Cape Colony. 

FITZGERALD, WILLIAM, M.D. 1842. 

"Hibernus" [Grad. Alb.]. 

FITZ-HENRY, EDWARD HENRY, M.D. 1851. 

Liverpool ; Foulksmill, Co. Wexford ; Adamstown, same Co. ; Liverpool ; 
Mentone, France. 

FITZMAURICE, THOMAS, LL.D. 1761. 

Of Llewenny Hall, Co. Denbigh ; High Sheriff, 1781 ; Barrister-at Law of the 

Middle Temple, 1768; M.P. for (i) Co. Kerry, 1763-68, (2) Calne, 1768-74, 

(3) Wycombe, 1774-80; M.A. Oxon. 1764; D.C.L. 1773; second son of John, 

first Earl of Shelburne ; died 28th October, 1793, aged 51. 

FIXOTT, HENRY CLINE, M.D. 1849. 

Arichat, Cape Breton; J.P. and Coroner, 



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FIXOTT, JAMES, M.D. 1846. 

Jersey. 

FLAVELL, THOMAS, B.A. 1848. 

"Filius natu max. Georgii mercatoris apud Bally more in comitatu de 
Armagh" [Matric. Alb. 1843]. 

FLECK, WILLIAM SHEDDEN, M.A. 1871. 

F.C. Minister at Fairlie. 

FLEMING, ALEXANDER, M.A. 1771, D.D. 1800. 

Minister of Second Charge, Hamilton; born 3oth July, 1747; died 
28th May, 1830. 

FLEMING, ALEXANDER, M.A. 1797. 

Minister of Neilston, 1804-44; died roth June, 1844, aged 75; D.D. St. 
Andrews, 1834. 

FLEMING, ALFRED JAMES, M.A. 1893, B.L. 1896. 

Writer, Glasgow. 

FLEMING, ARCHIBALD, B.A. 1853. 

Minister of St. Paul's, Perth. 

FLEMING, ARCHIBALD, M.A. 1884. 

Teacher in Mearns Street Public School, Greenock, 1884-86; Head Master 
of the Public School, Lossiemouth, since 1886. 

FLEMING, CHARLES FRISKIN, M.A. 1886, B.D. 1889. 

English Presbyterian Minister at Middlesborough. 

FLEMING, DAVID, M.D. 1787. 

"Hibernus" [Grad. Alb.]. 

FLEMING, DAVID, M.A. 1808. 

Minister of Carriden ; died igth January, 1860, aged 70. 

FLEMING, DAVID, B.A. 1856. 

Curate of (i) St. Saviour, Leeds, 1858-59, (2) Grosmont, Yorks., 1859.63, 
(3) West Hartlepool, 1863-67; Vicar of Coxhoe, Co. Durham, since 1867. 

FLEMING, DAVID PINKERTON, M.A. 1895, LL.B. 1896. 

Qualifying for the Scottish Bar. 

FLEMING, EBENEZER, M.D. 1858. 

Stranraer; died loth March, 1868. 

FLEMING, GEORGE, LL.D. 1883. 

M.R.C.V.S. 1855; F.R.C.V.S. 1877; entered Army Veterinary Department, 
!855 ; Veterinary Surgeon, ist class, 1867 ; Inspecting V.S., 1879; Principal V.S., 
1883; retired 1890; served in Crimea, 1855-56, in China War, 1860, and as 
V.S. to Royal Engineers, 3rd Hussars, and Life Guards; C.B. (Civil), 1887; 
born 1833. 



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FLEMING, JAMES, M.A. 1810. 

"Filius natu Secundus Gulielmi Agricolae in parochia de Derryloran in 
comitatu de Tyronne" [Matric. Alb. 1807, p. 363]. 

FLEMING, JAMES, B.A. 1860, M.A. 1861. 

Minister of Kettins. 

FLEMING, JAMES, M.A. 1880, LL.B. 1885. 

Writer, Glasgow. 

FLEMING, JOHN, M.A. 1730, D.D. 1786. 

Minister of Kilmalcolm, 1737-87; died 3oth June, 1787, aged 76. 

FLEMING, JOHN, M.A. 1819. 

"F. n. 5 tus Thomae Mercatoris New Mills (Air)" [Matric. Alb. 1813]. 

FLEMING, JOHN, M.A. 1847. 

Sometime Minister of Martyrs', Paisley ; afterwards Chaplain to Paisley 

Prison; died at Morningside, Edinburgh, loth June, 1887; relative and 
biographer of Alexander Fleming, M.A. 1797 (q.v.). 

FLEMING, JOHN, M.A. 1876. 

Civil Engineer, Minas de Rio Tinto, Spain. 

FLEMING, JOHN GIBSON, M.D. 1830. 

Glasgow (sometime Lecturer on Clinical Surgery in the Royal Infirmary; 
Examiner for Medical Degrees in the University, 1863-75); born in Glasgow, 
2nd December, 1809; died there, 2nd October, 1879. 

FLEMING, JOHN TURPIE, M.A. 1889. 

Assistant Master in the English Department of the High School of Glasgow. 
FLEMING, JOSEPH, M.D. 1863. 

Inch, Co. Donegal; Brigade-Surgeon-Lieut.-Col., Army. 

FLEMING, JOSEPH MACNAUGHTAN, M.D. 1857. 

Glasgow; Brigade-Surgeon-Lieut.-Col., I. M.S., Bengal; "his Diploma . . . 
accidentally destroyed by a fire which occurred at his Station in the East Indies " 
[Univ. Minute, gth January, 1866]. 

FLEMING, ROBERT STEWART, M.A. 1887. 

Baptist Minister at (i) Pitlochry, (2) Elm Road, Beckenham, Kent. 

FLEMING, SAMUEL, M.A. 1743, M.D. 1750. 

"Filius Viri Reverendi Jacobi Fleming V.D.M. in parochia de Shankhill 
in Comitatu de Armagh " [Matric. Alb. 1 740], 

FLEMING, THOMAS, M.B., CM. 1889, M.D. 1895. 

Pegswood, Northumberland ; Wigton, Cumberland ; London. 

FLEMING, THOMAS M'CLELLAND, M.A. 1873. 

U.P. Minister at Cupar-Fife. 

FLEMING, WILLIAM, M.A. 1728. 

Minister of (i) Kirkintilloch, (2) Second Charge, Paisley; died 2nd January, 

1747- 



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197 



FLEMING, WILLIAM, M.A. 1806. 

"Filius Unicus Thomae Agricolae in parochia de Desertlin in comitatu 
de Deny in Hybernia" [Matric, Alb. 1803]. 

FLEMING, WILLIAM, M.A. 1810. 

"Filius Natu Secundus Josiae Agricolae in parochia de Derryleran in 
coraitatu de Tyronne" [Matric. Alb. 1807, p. 362]. 

FLEMING, WILLIAM, D.D. 1829. 

Sometime Librarian and College Chaplain to University of Glasgow ; there- 
after Minister of (i) Westruther, (2) Old Kilpatrick; afterwards Professor in the 
University of Glasgow of (i) Oriental Languages, 1831 to 1839, (2) Moral Philo- 
sophy, 1839 to 1866; died 3rd March, 1866. 

FLEMING, WILLIAM JAMES, M.B. 1872, M.D. 1879. 

Edinburgh ; Glasgow : sometime Assistant to Professor of Physiology in the 
University ; Lecturer on Physiology in Royal In6rmary Medical School ; Surgeon, 
Royal Infirmary; and Lecturer on Surgery in the University (Women's De- 
partment) ; Degree Examiner in Surgery and Clinical Surgery in the University, 
1889-93 ') son f John Gibson Fleming, M.D. (q.v.). 

FLEMINGTON, JAMES WOODROW, M.D. 1862. 

Glasgow. 

FLETCHER, AENEAS, M.A. 1763. 

"Filius natu secundus Joannis de Bernice in Argathelia" [Matric. Alb. 1757]. 

FLETCHER, ALEXANDER, CM. 1824. 

"F. n. 4^ Donaldi Armigeri de Bernis in par. de Kilmun Argath" [Matric. 
Alb. 1818]. 

FLETCHER, ISAAC, M.B., CM. 1890. 

Workington, Cumberland. 

FLETCHER, JOHN BURT, M.D. 1843. 

"Hibernus" [Grad. Alb.} 

FLETCHER, JOHN CORBET, M.B., CM. 1870. 

Glasgow; Tottenham, Middlesex; London. 

FLETCHER, JOSEPH, M.A. 1807, D.D. 1830. 

Minister of (i) Congregational Church at Blackburn, Lanes., (2) Stepney 
Meeting, London ; also for sometime Theological Tutor in Blackburn College ; born 
at Chester, 3rd December, 1784; died 8th June, 1843. 

FLETCHER, PHILIP, M.A. 1776. 

"Hibernus" [Grad. Alb.]. 

FLETCHER, PHILIP, CM. 1818. 

"Hibernus" [Grad. Alb.]. 

FLETCHER, THOMAS M'GIBBIN, M.B., CM. 1896, 

Glasgow. 



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FLETT, OLIVER, D.D. 1881. 

Baptist Minister, Paisley, and Theological Tutor to Baptist Union of Scotland ; 
died at Sannox, Arran, 2oth August, 1894, aged 64. 

FLINT, ALEXANDER, M.A. 1892. 

Teacher in Queen's Park Public School, Langside, Glasgow. 

FLINT, GEORGE ROSS, M.D. 1859. 

Tain. 

FLINT, JAMES, M.A., M.D. 1768. 

Surgeon in Dumbarton ; Professor of Medicine in University of St. Andrews, 
1770 to 1811. 

FLINT, ROBERT, LL.D. 1876. 

Minister of (i) Aberdeen, East, 1859-61, (2) Kilconquhar, 1861-64; Professor 

of Moral Philosophy in University of St. Andrews, 1864 to 1876; Professor 

of Divinity in University of Edinburgh since 1876; D.D. Edin. 1876; born 

1837- 

FLOWER, JAMES EDWARD, M.A. 1870. 

Congregational Minister in (i) Basingstoke, Hants., 1872-78, (2) Nottingham, 

1878-86, (3) London since 1886; Secretary of Recreative Evening Schools 

Association, London, 1886-96; Secretary of the Congregational Church-Aid and 

Home Missionary Society since 1896. 

FOGARTY, THOMAS TIMOTHY, M.D. 1834. 

Drogheda; died 2ist March, 1863. 

FOGO, GEORGE LAURIE, M.A. 1867. 

Chaplain of the Church of Scotland in Dresden, 1871-82; Minister of 
Torthorwald since 1883. 

FOLDS, WILLIAM, M.A. 1772. 

"Natus in Hybernia filius natu maximus Joannis Verbi Dei Ministri in 
Parochia de Killanny in Comitatu de Monaghan" [Matric. Alb. 1770]. 

FOLEY, MICHAEL PETER, M.D. 1845. 

Kilrush, Co. Clare; died 1867. 

FOLEY, WILLIAM, M.D. 1836. 

Kilrush, Co. Clare; died 1886. 

FORBES, ALEXANDER, M.D., C.M. 1833. 

Glasgow; Auchterarder ; died 1877. 

FORBES, CHARLES, M.D. 1841. 

Bovey-Tracey, Devon; Fleet Surgeon, R.N. ; Deal, Kent; died 2ist May, 
1886, aged 66. 

FORBES, CHARLES, M.B., C.M. 1876, M.D. 1887. 

Glasgow ; Amgoorie, Assam, East Indies ; Nazira there ; Suffry there. 



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FORBES, CHARLES, B.Sc. 1894. 

(i) Science Teacher in Petershill School, Glasgow, and Coatbridge Technical 
School, 1892-94; (2) Engineer, residing at Kinkell, Muir of Ord; died there, 29th 
December, 1896, aged 30. 

FORBES, JAMES, M.A. 1794. 

"Filius natu quartus Jacobi Coloni in ComiL de Argyle' : [Matric. Alb. 
1788} 

FORBES, JOHN, LL.D. 1840. 

Minister of (i) Newington, Edinburgh, (2) St. Paul's, Glasgow, (3) Free St 
Paul's there; died 25th December, 1874. 

FORBES, JOHN THOMAS. M.A. 1886. 

Minister of Baptist Church at (i) Cupar-Fife, (2) Westgate Road, Newcastle- 
on-Tyne, (3) Dublin Street, Edinburgh. 

FORBES, PATRICK, M.A. 1786. 

" Filius natu secundus Jacobi de Ardchasling natus in Comitatu Argatheliae " 
[Matric. Alb. 1781]. 

FORBES, ROBERT THOMSON, M.B., CM. 1871. 

Moffat; Buckhurst Hill, Essex; Breaston, Derbyshire. 

FORBES, THOMAS JOHN LAWSON, M.B., C.M. 1894. 

Paisley; Glasgow. 

FORCADE, JOHN VERNON, M.D. 1838. 

"Hibemus" [Grad. Alb.]. 

FORD, GEORGE JOHN, M.A. 1892. 

Teacher in (i) Rutland Crescent Public School, Govan, (2) Lome Street 
Public School, Glasgow, (3) Hamilton Crescent Public School, Partick. 

FORDYCE, JAMES, D.D. 1760. 

Minister of (i) Brechin, (2) Alloa, (3) Monkwell Street Presbyterian Church, 
London; born at Aberdeen, 1720; died at Bath, ist October, 1796. 

FORFAR, ALEXANDER, M.A. 1894. 

Teacher in (i) Glasgow, (2) Bannockbum. 

FORMAN, ADAM, M.A. 1815. 

Minister of (i) Innerwick, (2) Free Church, Leven; died 29th March, 1865, 
aged 71. 

FORMAN ROBERT HALL, M.B., C.M. 1878. 

Ratho, Midlothian; Glasgow; Surgeon, Imperial Ottoman Army; Surgeon- 
Major, British Army. 

FORREST, ALEXANDER, M.B., C.M. 1893. 

Widdrington, Northumberland; Cramlington there; Backworth there 

FORREST, ALFRED, M.A. 1888, M.B., C.M. 1892. 

Glasgow; Scarborough; Bridlington, Yorks. 



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FORREST, DAVID WILLIAM, M.A. 1878. 

U.P. Minister at (i) Hamilton, (2) Moffat, (3) Wellington Church, Glasgow. 

FORREST, JAMES, M.A. 1833. 

Native of Renfrewshire ; resident in one of the suburbs of New York City and 
owner of Real Estate there; died 1858. 

FORREST, JAMES LIDDELL, M.B., CM. 1895. 

Glasgow. 

FORREST, JOHN, M.D. 1799. 

Possibly Stirling \British Almanack, 1808]. 

FORREST, JOHN, M.D. 1857. 

Motherwell; J.P. 

FORREST, ROBERT WARDROP, M.B., CM. 1866, M.D. 1869. 

Glasgow. 

FORREST, ROBERT WARDROP, M.B., CM. 1894. 

Glasgow; son of Robert Wardrop Forrest, M.D. 1869 (q.v.). 

FORREST, THOMAS, M.B., CM. 1890. 

Glasgow; son of Robert Wardrop Forrest, M.D. 1869 (q.v.). 

FORRESTER, JAMES, M.B., CM. 1895. 

Glasgow. 

FORRESTER, WILLIAM ROBERT, M.B., CM. 1887. 

Lenzie; Balfron. 

FORSTER, JAMES, M.A. 1748. 

"Filius Jacobi in Parochia de Donaughmore in Com. de Donnegal" [Matric. 
Alb. 1746]. 

FORSTER, JAMES, M.B., CM. 1895. 

Chester-le-Street, Co. Durham. 

FORSTER, ROBERT, M.A. 1777. 

"Hibernus" [Grad. Alb.]. 

FORSTER, THOMAS, M.A. 1776. 

" Natus in Hibernia, Filius Secundus Arthuri, Agricolae in Parochia de Ard- 
straw in Comit. de Tyrone" [Matric. Alb. 1775]. 

FORSYTH, ALEXANDER, M.B., CM. 1866, M.D. 1868. 

Glasgow; London. 

FORSYTH, DAVID, M.A. 1870, B.Sc. 1884, D.Sc. 1890. 

(i) Head Master of Green Street School, Glasgow; (2) Master of Practising 
Schools, Church of Scotland Training College, Glasgow; (3) Lecturer and Art 
Master in that College ; (4) Principal of the Higher Grade School, Leeds. 

FORSYTH, GEORGE, M.D. 1813. 

Carrickfergus, Co. Antrim; died 1857. 



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FORSYTH, JAMES, M.D. 1841. 

Londonderry; Culmore, Co. Deny; died 7th July, 1883. 

FORSYTH, JAMES, D.D. 1844. 

Minister of West Church, Aberdeen; died 1880. 

FORSYTH, JOHN, M.A. 1890. 

Private Tutor in Glasgow; B.Sc. Lond. 

FORSYTH, JOHN MACFARLANE, M.A. 1894. 

Teacher in Free Church Normal School, Glasgow, up to 1896. 

FORSYTH, ROBERT, M.D. 1860. 

Sanquhar. 

FORSYTH, ROBERT, M.B., C.M. 1869, M.D. 1872. 

Birstal, Yorks. 

FORSYTH, ROBERT, M.B., CM. 1894. 

Carstairs Junction; Cramlington, Northumberland. 

FORSYTH, WILLIAM, M.D. 1828. 

"Americanus" [Grad. Alb.]. 

FORSYTH, WILLIAM ANDREW, M.B., C.M. 1883. 

Glasgow; Ship Surgeon; Newton-Stewart; died 2oth July, 1891, aged 31. 

FORSYTHE, GEORGE, M.D. 1848. 

"Hibernus" [Grad. Alb.]- 

FOSTER, ABRAHAM, B.A. 1861, M.A. 1862. 

Minister of Park Road Congregational Church, Blackburn, since 1867. 

FOSTER, HENRY STUART HAMILTON, M.B., C.M. 1885. 

Ballinacross, Co. Deny; died May, 1889. 

FOSTER, JOHN, M.A. 1757. 

"Filius natu major Jacobi in Comitatu de Cumberland" [Matric, Alb. 1754]. 

FOSTER, JOHN, M.D. 1826. 

"Hibernicus" [Grad. Alb.]. 

FOSTER, MICHAEL, LL.D. 1880. 

M.D., F.R.S., Prelector on Physiology, Trinity College, Cambridge. 

FOTHERGILL, SAMUEL, M.D. 1802. 

Native of Yorkshire ; gave an affirmation instead of the Oath ; admitted a 

Licentiate of the Royal College of Physicians of London, 3oth September, 1805. 

FOTHERINGHAM, DAVID HUTTON, M.A. 1885, M.B., C.M. 1890. 

Lake Nyasa (F.C. Medical Missionary); Skelmorlie, Ayrshire. 

FOTHERINGHAM, JOHN, M.B., C.M. 1882. 

Motherwell. 



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FOUCART, LOUIS, M.D., C.M. 1848. 

Glasgow; London (in 1850 witnessed accident to Sir Robert Peel on 

29th June, and attended that statesman till his death on 2nd July); Sydney, 

New South Wales, where held many Government and other appointments; 

retired 1889, and took up residence in London. 

FOULDS, JAMES REID, M.B., C.M. 1895. 

Duntocher; Clydebank. 

FOULIS, DAVID, M.B., C.M. 1873, M.D. 1875. 

Pathologist and Lecturer on Pathology, Royal Infirmary, Glasgow; died 
3ist October, 1881, aged 35; Foulis Scholarship founded in his memory. 

FOX, GEORGE IRWIN, M.D. 1837. 

Plymouth. 

FOX, JOHN, M.D. 1836. 

Greenock; died 4th February, 1894. 

FOX, JOHN, M.D. 1839, M.A. 1844. 

" Filius natu maximus Joannis agricolae in parochia de Market Bosworth 
et comitatu de Leicester" [Matric. Alb. 1841]. 

FOX, WALTER, M.B., CM. 1886. 

Glasgow; London; New Zealand; Narrandera, N.S. Wales; Christchurch, N.Z. 
FOX, WILLIAM EDWARD, M.D. 1839. 

"Anglia" [Grad. Alb.]. 

FRAME, ARTHUR JAMES, M.D. 1851. 

An "Arthur J. Frame, M.D.," died at Grenada, West Indies, in 1863. 

FRAME, DAVID, M.A. 1887, M.B., C.M. 1891, M.D. 1893. 

Carstairs Junction ; London. 

FRAME, JAMES, M.A. 1746. 

Minister of (i) Dalziel, (2) Alloa; died 7th March, 1803, aged 78. 

FRAME, JAMES WILLIAM, M.D. 1853. 

Native of Bothwell; practised in Australia and died there. 

FRAME, JOHN, C.M. 1829. 

"Hibernus" [Grad. Alb.]. 

FRAME, JOHN, M.A. 1868, B.D. 1871. 

Native of Hamilton; Licentiate of the U.P. Church; died loth May, 1873. 

FRAME, JOSEPH, M.A. 1815. 

"Anglus" [Grad. Alb.]. 
FRAME, ROBERT, M.D. 1838. 

Glasgow; Lesmahagow; died 22nd October, 1877. 

FRAME, THOMAS, C.M. 1823. 

Galston. 

FRANCE, JOHN, C.M. 1829. 

Dumbarton. 



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FRANCE, WILLIAM, CM. 1841. 

Liverpool. 

FRANCES, DAVID LAWRENCE, M.A. 1882. 

Minister of Raith. 

FRANCIS, JAMES, M.A. 1896. 

Teacher in Gallon Public School, Glasgow. 

FRANKLIN, FRANCIS, M.D. 1828. 

Leamington; Emscote, Warwickshire; died at Leamington, 25th May, 
1864, aged 85. 
FRANKLIN, RICHARD, M.D. 1840. 

"Hibernus" [Grad. Alb.]. 

FRASER, ALEXANDER, B.A. 1833, M.A. 1834. 

Congregational Minister at (i) Alloa, (2) Blackburn, Lanes. ; died 1869, 
aged 62. 
FRASER, ALEXANDER, M.B., CM. 1878. 

Manchester ; Dublin : Professor of Anatomy, R.C.S., Ireland. 

FRASER, ALEXANDER, M.A. 1896. 

Student of Medicine. 

FRASER, ALEXANDER CAMPBELL, LL.D. 1871. 

F.C. Minister at Cramond, 1844-46; Professor of Logic in (i) New College, 

Edinburgh, 1846-56, (2) University of Edinburgh, 1856-91, when he resigned; 

Editor of N.B. Rei'iew, 1850-57; M.A. Edin. ; F.R.S.E. ; born at Manse of 

Ardchattan, 3rd September, 1819. 

FRASER, ALEXANDER FALCONER, M.A, 1874, B.D. 1877. 

Minister of Middle Parish, Paisley, 1878-81; afterwards litterateur; born 
at Aberdeen, 5th June, 1855; died at Stirling, gth March, 1893. 

FRASER, ALEXANDER RODGER, M.A. 1885, M.B., CM. 1889. 

Ship Surgeon; died in Gulf of Suez, on board S.S. "Manora," 4th 
September, 1894. 

FRASER, CHARLES FREDERICK POLLOCK, M.A. 1888, LL.B. 1892. 

Writer, Glasgow; son of William Fraser, LL.D. (q.v.). 

FRASER, DANIEL, M.A, 1839, LL-D- l8s 8. 

(i) Classical Tutor in Airedale College, Bradford; (2) President thereof. 

FRASER, DONALD, M.B. 1867, CM. 1868, M.D. 1870. 

Glasgow; Paisley; Degree Examiner on Medicine and Clinical Medicine 
in Glasgow University, 1881-85. 

FRASER, FRANCIS, M.D. 1782. 

"Served in the East India Company and on board his Majesty's Navy 
as Surgeon" [Univ. Minute, 3rd August, 1782]. 

FRASER, GEORGE ROBERT, M.D. 1837. 

"Hibernus" [Grad. Alb.]. 



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ERASER, JAMES WILLIAM, M.A. 1863. 

Ordained Missionary of Church of Scotland to Cape Breton, 1866-70; 
Minister of Church of Scotland Congregation at Rogers Hill and Cape John, 
Nova Scotia, since 1870. 

FRASER, JOHN, M.A. 1843, M.D. 1852. 

Glasgow ; Wolverhampton. 

FRASER, JOHN BAXTER, M.D., C.M. 1862. 

Native of Nova Scotia; probably settled there. 

FRASER, JOHN GARDNER, B.A. 1857, M.A. 1858, D.D. 1894. 

Warden of Camden Theological College, Sydney, Australia, since 1864. 

FRASER, JOHN JAMES, M.B., C.M. 1894. 

Collingham, Notts. ; Strathpeffer. 

FRASER, MATTHEW POLLOCK, M.A. 1878, LL.B. 1882. 

(i) Writer in Glasgow; (2) Advocate in Edinburgh; Member of University 
Court (as Rector's Assessor), 1893-96; son of William Fraser, LL.D. (q.v.). 

FRASER, NORMAN, M.A. 1885, B.D. 1887. 

Minister of Safifronhall U.P. Church, Hamilton. 

FRASER, PETER, M.B. 1876, M.D. 1892. 

Leyland, Lanes. 

FRASER, ROBERT MACKECHNIE, M.A. 1891, M.B., C.M. 1895. 

Kilbarchan; Ilford, Essex. 

FRASER, SIMON, M.A. 1890. 

Head Master of (i) Church Street Public School, Partick, 1885-86, (2) 
Polmadie Public School, Glasgow, 1886-91, (3) Rosevale Street School, Partick, 
1891-96, (4) Dowanhill Public School, Partick, since 1896. 

FRASER, THOMAS, M.D. 1749. 

" Practitioner of Physick in the Island of Antigua " [Univ. Minute, 
8th December, 1749]. 

FRASER, THOMAS, D.D. 1887. 

Minister of Newport, Fife. 

FRASER, WILLIAM, M.D. 1863. 

Liverpool. 

FRASER, WILLIAM, LL.D. 1872. 

Sometime Head Master in the Normal Seminaries, Glasgow; thereafter 
(1849-79) Minister of Free Middle Church, Paisley; born at Cullen, 1817; 
died 2ist September, 1879. 

FRASER, WILLIAM, M.B., C.M. 1880. 

Salford, Lanes. 



FRAZER, HENRY, M.D. 1881. 

Ship Surgeon; Armagh; died loth ^lay, 1891, aged 43. 



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FRAZER, JAMES GEORGE, M.A. 1874, LL.D. 1895. 

Fellow and Tutor of Trinity College, Cambridge; and of the Middle 
Temple, Barrister-at-Law. 

FRAZER, JOSEPH M'NEILL, M.A. 1886, B.D. 1890. 

Minister of Langside, Glasgow, since 1897. 

FRAZER, ROBERT, M.A. 1777. 

Official in the establishment of the Prince of Wales (George IV.); 
Government Statistician and Surveyor in Isle of Man, Devon, Cornwall, and 
Ireland ; originator of the Harbour of Kingstown ; statistical writer ; born at 
Manse of Redgorton circa 1760; died 1831; cousin of Thomas Thomson, 
M.A. 1789 (q.v.). 

FRAZER, THOMAS, M.D. 1849. 

Deputy Inspector of Hospitals and Fleets; died 26th May, 1878, aged 72. 

FRAZER, WYNNE B., M.D. 1822. 

"Hibernus" [Grad. Alb.]. 

FREE, RICHARD WILLIAM, M.A. 1884. 

Minister of Orange Street Chapel, London, 1887-89; Senior Curate of 
Emmanuel, West Dulwich, London, 1889-91 ; Priest-in-Charge of St. Michael's 
Mission, North Kensington, London, 1891-93; Senior Curate of All Saints', 
Finchley Road, London, 1893-96 ; Priest-in-Charge of Christ Church Mission, 
Poplar, London, since 1896; B.D. St. Andrews, 1890. 

FREEBAIRN, CHARLES, M.D. 1821. 

Hamilton. 

FREEBAIRN, JOHN BUCHANAN, M.A. 1883. 

Head Master of (i) St. Paul's Parish School, Glasgow, 1874-83, (2) Shuttle 
Street Public School there, 1883-86, (3) Alexander's Public School there, 
1886-90, (4) Napiershall Public School there since 1890. 

FREEBAIRN, ROBERT JARDINE, M.B., CM. 1887. 

Tilt Cove, Newfoundland ; Manuels there. 

FREEBAIRN, THOMAS, M.A. 1789. 

Minister of New Monkland ; died nth April, 1800. 

FREELAND, ANDREW, M.D., CM. 1864. 

Port-Glasgow ; Buckhurst, Essex ; Barrhead ; Liverpool ; Uddingston. 

FREELAND, GEORGE, M.A. 1854 

"Fil. nat. quint, defuncti Roberti Mercatoris in oppid. de Kirkintilloch " 
[Matric. Alb. 1847]. 

FREELAND, JOHN, M.A. 1838. 

F.C. Minister at Innerwick. 

FREELAND, JOHN ELLIS, M.D. 1859, CM. 1859. 

Port-Glasgow; Hong Kong. 



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FREELAND, RICHARD, M.B., CM. 1877, M.D. 1885. 

Overtown, Lanarkshire; Broxburn. 

FREELAND, WILLIAM, M.A. 1799. 

Minister of Buchanan; died 5th November, 1847, aged 72. 

FREELAND, WILLIAM, LL.D. 1835. 

Minister of (i) Presbyterian Church, Kingstown, Dublin, (2) Presbyterian 
Church, Ballygawley, Co. Tyrone, (3) East Chapel, Airdrie, (4) St. Mary's, 
Dumfries, (5) Balmaghie, (6) a charge in Canada; died there circa 1860. 

FRENCH, ALEXANDER, B.A. 1850, M.A. 1851. 

E.U. Minister at (i) Musselburgh, (2) Dalkeith; latterly teacher in New 
Zealand. 

FRENCH, JOHN, D.D. 1846. 

Minister of the Relief Church at (i) Strathaven, (2) College Street, Edinburgh; 
died nth January, 1858, aged 65. 

FRENCH, ROBERT, M.A. 1869. 

U.P: Minister at (i) Dunfermline, (2) Liverpool; died 25th October, 
1872, aged 30. 

FREW, ALEXANDER, M.B., C.M. 1884. 

Glasgow; Kilmun; Helensburgh; Landscape Painter. 

FREW, DAVID, M.A. 1885, B.D. 1887. 

Minister of Urr. 

FREW, JAMES FISHER, M.B., C.M. 1892. 

Clayton West, Yorks. ; Bury, Lanes. ; Hollinwood there. 

FREW, JOHN, M.B., C.M. 1891. 

Kirkmuirhill, Lanarkshire ; Partick ; Bradford, Yorks. 

FREW, ROBERT SCOTT, M.B., C.M. 1893. 

Glasgow. 

FRIMBLE, GEORGE, M.D. 1802. 

"Hibernus" [Grad. Alb.]. 

FRISSILLE, JOHN, M.A. 1789. 

" Filius natu maximus Joannis Armigeri de Ramsay in Insula Mona, ibique 
natus" [Matric. Alb. 1787]. 

FROHLICH, IZIDOR, LL.D. 1896. 

Professor of Physics in the University of Buda-Pest. 

FROUDE, WILLIAM, LL.D. 1876. 

Engineer and Naval Architect; born at Darlington parsonage, Devonshire, 

28th November, 1810; died at Admiralty House, Simon's Town, when on cruise 

to Cape of Good Hope, 4th May, 1879; B.A. Oxon. 1832; M.A. 1837; brother 

of J. A. Froude, the historian. 



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FRY, GEORGE BARLOW, M.D. 1837. 

"Hibernicus" [Grad. Alb.]. 

FRYAR, THOMAS DOBBIN, M.A. 1768. 

"Leonardi Filius natu maximus Mercatoris in urbe Gappy in Com. de Down 
Hibernia" [Matric. Alb. 1766]. 

FRYER, WILLIAM FRANCIS, M.D. 1850. 

Belfast; Fenagh, Co. Carlow; Clonburrin, same Co. 

FULLARTON, GEORGE, CM. 1831. 

"Hibernus" [Grad. Alb.]. 

FULLARTON, JAMES, M.A. 1892, M.B., CM. 1893. 

Ship Surgeon ; Swinton, Yorks. 

FULLARTON, JOHN, M.A. 1794, M.D. 1800. 

Assistant Surgeon, Bengal Presidency (H.E.I.C.S.), 1802-13; thereafter 

Banker in Calcutta; settled in London, with fortune, 1820; returned to India, 

1833; entrusted with an important Mission to China, 1834; in London again, 

1838; died 24th October, 1849. 

FULLARTON, JOHN HAMILTON, B.Sc. 1880, M.A. 1882, D.Sc. 1890. 

Assistant to Professor of Natural History in Glasgow University, 1885-89; 

Secretary to Local Examination Board, 1884-89 ; Zoologist to Fishery Board 

for Scotland, 1889-97 ; Sub-Lessee under that Board of Clyde mussel-beds, 

1897; Degree Examiner on Natural History in Glasgow University since 1893. 

FULLARTON, NEIL, M.B., CM. 1877. 

Lamlash, Arran. 

FULLARTON, NEIL, M.B., CM. 1879. 

Newton, Lanarkshire; Brodick, Arran; died 3oth April, 1885. 

FULLARTON, ROBERT, M.A. 1887. 

(i) Mercantile Clerk; (2) Student of Medicine. 

FULLARTON, WILLIAM, M.A. 1870. 

F.C. Minister at Dalton, Dumfriesshire. 

FULLARTON, WILLIAM WALLACE, M.B. 1878. 

Ship Surgeon ; Long Sutton, Lines. ; Ballantrae. 

FULLERTON, DAVID, M.A. 1754. 

Possibly the same person as David Fullarton, Presbyterian Minister of 
Carrickfergus ; ordained 1756; resigned 1767, and conformed to the Established 
Church. 

FULLERTON, ROBERT, M.D. 1842. 

"Hibernus" [Grad. Alb.]. 

FULLERTON, WILLIAM PITT, M.A. 1877, LL.B. 1879. 

Writer in Glasgow; died i7th April, 1897, aged 41. 

FULTON, ANDREW BOYD, M.B., CM. 1884. 

Manchester; Muirkirk. 



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FULTON, GEORGE CLARK HUTTON, M.B., CM. 1883. 

Wishaw ; Grange Town, Yorks. ; Eston there. 

FULTON, JOHN, B.A. 1840, M.A. 1841. 

F.C. Minister at Garvald, by Haddington, 1846-60; born 1821; died 9th 
August, 1865. 

FULTON, JOHN, M.B., C.M. 1866, M.D. 1869. 

Prahran, Australia; Melbourne. 

FULTON, JOHN, M.A. 1894. 

Student of Theology in Free Church College, Glasgow. 

FULTON, ROBERT, M.D. 1839. 

Temple Farm, Maryhill; sometime Surgeon, R.N; died nth January, 1864. 

FULTON, ROBERT, M.A. 1889, B.D. 1894. 

Licentiate of the U.P. Church. 

FULTON, THOMAS, M.D. 1859. 

Glasgow; Assistant Surgeon, R.N. ; died May, 1870. 

FULTON, THOMAS, M.D. 1863. 

Ballynahinch, Co. Down; Saintfield, same Co.; died 6th October, 1896. 

FULTON, WILLIAM, M.A. 1836. 

Parochial Schoolmaster, Govan; died July, 1872; acted as Private Tutor to 
Professor John Nichol while the latter was a student of Glasgow University. 

FULTON, WILLIAM, M.A. 1877. 

F.C. Minister at Whifflet. 

FULTON, WILLIAM, M.B., C.M. 1892. 

Kilbirnie; Stevenston. 

FULTON, WILLIAM WEST, M.B. 1868, M.D. 1872. 

Loughbrickland, Co. Down ; Philadelphia, U.S.A. 

FYFE, CHARLES JAMES, M.B., C.M. 1888. 

Glasgow; London; Surgeon, R.N. ; killed at capture of Benin City, i8th 
February, 1897. 

FYFE, HENRY BOWIE, B.L. 1875. 

Writer, Glasgow. 

FYFE, WILLIAM WESTWOOD, M.B., C.M. 1893. 

Perth ; Cardross. 

FYFFE, EDWARD HENRY, M.B., C.M. 1888. 

Fitzroy, Melbourne. 

GABBOTT, ROBERT MANSELL, M.D. 1845. 

"Hibernus" [Grad. Alb.]. 

GAFF, JAMES DOBBIE, M.D., C.M. 1860. 

Chelmsford; Strathblane; Stevenston; Ardrossan; London. 



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209 



GAHNE, FREDERICK, M.D. 1864. 

Corosal, British Honduras; Belize there. 

GAIRDNER, CHARLES, LL.D. 1889. 

General Manager of the Union Bank of Scotland, Glasgow (now retired). 

GAIRDNER, JOHN FRANCIS ROBERT, M.B., CM. 1894. 

Glasgow ; son of William Tennant Gairdner, M.D., Professor of Practice of 
Medicine in the University. 

GALAGHER, JOSEPH, B.A. 1841, M.A. 1842. 

Irish Presbyterian Minister at Dunfanaghy, 1849-69, when retired from active 
ministerial duty, and went to reside in Belfast; died 23rd January, 1878. 

GALBRAITH, ALEXANDER, M.B., CM. 1882. 

Surgeon-General of Egyptian Army; died at Cairo, 3ist July, 1889. 

GALBRAITH, HUMPHREY, M.A. 1782. 

"Hibernus" [Grad. Alb.]. 

GALBRAITH, JAMES, M.A. 1856. 

Writer; Sheriff-Substitute of Lanarkshire; born at Stranraer, 7th January, 
1831; died at Glasgow, 4th April, 1880. 

GALBRAITH, JOHN, M.D. 1845. 

"Hibernus" [Grad. Alb.]. 

GALBRAITH, JOHN SANDS, B.L. 1881. 

Writer, Glasgow. 

GALBRAITH, MATHEW, M.A. 1754. 

"Hugonis filius natu tertius in Comitatu de Tyrole in Hib." [Matric. Alb. 
1753]- 

GALBRAITH, ROBERT SHARPE, B.Sc. 1877. 

Solicitor in, and Mayor of, Tauranga, New Zealand; died at Tauranga, 
2ist February, 1890, aged 32. 

GALBRAITH, WILLIAM GUNN, M.A. 1885, B.L. 1888. 

Writer in Glasgow; son of James Galbraith, M.A. 1856 (q.v.). 

GALLAWAY, JAMES, M.A. 1833. 

(i) Minister of Independent Congregation at West Bromwich; (2) Missionary 

to Nova Scotia ; (3) Minister of Bishopgate Street Chapel, London ; (4) Secretary 

to English Congregational Chapel Building Society; born i4th May, 1809; 

died at West Bromwich, i6th September, 1886. 

GALLIE, CHARLES PINEL, M.B., CM. 1882. 

London. 

GALLOWAY, ALLAN, M.B., CM. 1866, M.D. 1868. 

Dairy, Ayrshire; Kilmaurs ; Greenock. 

GALLOWAY, ANDREW FLEMING, M.B., CM. 1895. 

Glasgow. 

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GALLOWAY, HENRY, M.A. 1818. 

"F. n. max. Jacobi Ludimag. Logic (Perth)" [Matric. Alb. 1813]. 

GALLOWAY, JAMES, M.B., C.M. 1870, M.D. 1872. 

Edenfield, Lanes. ; died 1885. 

GALLOWAY, JOHN, B.A. 1859, M.A. 1861. 

F.C. Minister at Kintore. 

GALLOWAY, JOHN, M.B., C.M. 1890. 

Cambuslang ; Rhayader, Radnorshire. 

GALLOWAY, THOMAS LINDSAY, M.A. 1873. 

Civil and Mining Engineer in (i) Newcastle-on-Tyne, (2) Glasgow, (3) 
Campbeltown. 

GALLOWAY, WILLIAM, M.D., C.M. 1867. 

Staff-Surgeon, R.N. 

GALLOWAY, WILLIAM BROWN, M.A. 1831. 

Conducted Moral Philosophy Class in Glasgow University during portion 
of Session 1836-37 ; Curate of (i) Barnard Castle, Co. Durham, 1841-45, (2) 
Brompton, London, 1845-47, (3) St. Pancras, London, 1847-48, (4) St. Mark's, 
St. Pancras, London, 1848-49; Incumbent and Vicar of St. Mark's, Regent's 
Park, London, 1849-88, when resigned. 

GALLWEY, JOHN HOPPNER MALCOLM, M.B., C.M. 1873. 

Glasgow ; Newcastle-on-Tyne ; Coniston, Lanes. ; Ponteland, Northumber- 
land; Surgeon, Ottoman Army, during Russo-Turkish War; Newcastle-on-Tyne; 
died November, 1881, aged 28. 

GALT, ALEXANDER, B.Sc. 1887. 

Science Master in Allan Glen's School, Glasgow, 1878-83; Science Demon- 
strator to the Govan Parish School Board, 1883-89; University Assistant in 
Physical Laboratory of Glasgow University since 1892. 

GALT, HUGH, M.B., C.M. 1891. 

(Brunton Prizeman); Glasgow; Ship Surgeon; Glasgow: Assistant to 
Professor of Forensic Medicine in the University since 1896. 

GALT, MATTHEW, M.A. 1791. 

"Filius unicus Jacobi Ludimagistri in urbe Glasgua" [Matric. Alb. 1785]. 

GALT, WALTER ALEXANDER, M.A. 1880, B.D. 1883. 

English Presbyterian Minister at Walsall. 

GAMBLE, EDWARD PARKS, M.D. 1852. 

"Hibernus" [Grad. Alb.]. 
GAMBLE, HUGH, M.D. 1840. 

"Hibernus" [Grad. Alb.]. 
GAMBLE, JAMES, M.A. 1814. 

"Filius natu Secundus Jacobi Agricolae in parochia de Loughgilly in 
comitatu de Armagh" [Matric. Alb. 1810]. 



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GAMBLE, JOSIAS, M.D. 1787, M.A. 1797. 

Possibly the same person as Josias Gamble, Presbyterian Minister at 
Enniskillen, 1799 to 1804; thereafter Manufacturing Chemist in (i) County 
Monaghan, (2) Dublin, (3) St. Helen's, Lanes. ; died ayth January, 1848. 

GAMBLE, SAMUEL, D.D. 1817. 

Presbyterian Minister at Ramelton, County Donegal 

GAMBLE, WILLIAM, M.D. 1731. 

Practitioner near Belfast. 

GARDE, HENRY CHARLES. M.D. 1836, CM. 1858. 

Youghal, Co. Cork; died 1893. 

GARDEN, ALEXANDER, M.A. 1779, M.D. 1785. 

Joined Revolutionary Army of South Carolina, 1780; at one time Aide- 
de-Camp to General Greene, and (in February, 1782) Lieutenant in Lee's Legion; 
published Anecdotes of the Revolutionary War, 1822; born in Charlestown, S.C., 
4th December, 1757; died there, 29th February, 1829; son of Dr. Alexander 
Garden, the botanist. 

GARDEN, FRANCIS, LL.D. 1883. 

M.A. of Trinity College, Cambridge; Curate and Incumbent of various 
charges, 1836-52; Sub-Dean of H.M. Chapel Royal, 1859-84; born 1810; 
died 1884. 

GARDINER, ANDREW, B.A. 1836, M.A. 1839. 

U.P. Minister at (i) Kincardine, (2) Dean Street, Edinburgh; died i7th 
February, 1892, aged 78; D.D. St. Andrews, 1878. 

GARDINER, ARCHIBALD, M.A. 1777- 

"Filius natu unicus Thomae Agricolae in Parochia de Lanerk" [Matric. 
Alb. 1773]. 

GARDINER, GEORGE, CM. 1821. 

Guisely, Yorks. ; died and November, 1864, aged 66. 

GARDINER, HENRY NIVEN, M.B., CM. 1892. 

Glasgow; Workington; Glasgow; Lanchester, Co. Durham. 

GARDINER, JAMES, CM. 1827. 

" Hibernus " [Grad. Alb.]. 

GARDINER, JOHN, M.A. 1755. 

"Sylvestri films natu secundus, M.D. in Urbe Boston, in Anglia-nova" 
[Matric. Alb. 1752]. 

GARDINER, JOHN, M.A. 1818. 

Parish Schoolmaster of Neilston, 1820-66; died 1866, aged 79. 

GARDINER, JOHN, M.D. 1845. 

Huddersfield; Brighton; died 1896. 

GARDINER, MATTHEW, M.A. 1793, D-D- 1831. 

Minister of Bothwell, 1802-65 > died (Father of the Church), 4th June, 
1865, aged 90. 



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GARDINER, MATTHEW HENRY, M.A. 1878. 

M.B., C.M. Edin. 1883 ; Richmond, Surrey. 

GARDINER, PETER, M.B., C.M. 1888, M.D. 1895. 

Shepton-Mallet, Somerset; Antigua, W. Indies; London; Camborne, 
Cornwall. 

GARDINER, WILLIAM, M.D. 1852, C.M. 1872. 

Ashton-under-Lyne. 

GARDNER, ALEXANDER, M.A. 1834. 

Minister of (i) Lethnot, 1842 to 1843, (2) Brechin, 1843 to 1893; died 
1 2th April, 1893, aged 83. 

GARDNER, DAVID, M.B., C.M. 1882. 

Ship Surgeon ; Paisley. 

GARDNER, GILBERT OGILVIE, M.D. 1806. 

Lost his Diploma "all but the seal in the late Burmese War by the 
sinking of a Boat, which was afterwards got up again " [Univ. Minute, loth 
October, 1826]. 

GARDNER, JAMES, M.A. 1814. 

Irish Presbyterian Minister at Clare, 1817-24, when "set aside from the 
ministry for immorality" [Hist, of Irish Presb. Congs., p. 89]. 

GARDNER, JAMES, M.A. 1840. 

"Scotus" [Grad. Alb.]. 

GARDNER, JAMES, M.B., C.M. 1882. 

Coatbridge ; Royton, Lanes. ; Manchester. 

GARDNER, JAMES, M.B., C.M. 1896. 

Glasgow. 

GARDNER, JAMES WILSON, M.A. 1894. 

Student of Theology in F.C. College, Glasgow. 

GARDNER, JOHN, M.D. 1836. 

Glasgow; died 1857. 

GARDNER, JOHN, M.B., C.M. 1868, M.D. 1872. 

Glasgow; died i2th May, 1893. 

GARDNER, JOHN ANDERSON, B.A. 1861. 

Minister of (i) Grosvenor Square Presbyterian Church, Manchester, (2) 
Free Church, Langside, Glasgow (resigned 1890), (3) Presbyterian Church, 
Bluff, South Island, New Zealand. 

GARDNER, JOSEPH, B.A. 1859, M.A. 1860. 

F.C. Minister at Macduff. 

GARDNER, RICHARD, M.D. 1863. 

Johnstone; died i4th December, 1874, aged 33. 

GARDNER, ROBERT, M.A. 1887, B.D. 1890. 

Minister of Bo'ness since 1896. 



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GARDNER, ROBERT IRVINE, M.B., CM. 1886. 

Glasgow; Enfield, Middlesex. 

GARDNER, WILLIAM, M.B., CM. 1874, M.D. 1876. 

Adelaide, South Australia; died at Naples, ist April, 1897, aged 48. 

GARNER, JAMES, M.A. 1751, M.D. 1755. 

Intended for Dissenting Ministry in " South Britain " ; no trace of his career. 

GARRETT, GEORGE, M.D. 1821. 

"Hibernus" [Grad. Alb.]. 

GARRETT, RICHARD, M.D. 1836. 

"Americanus" [Grad. Alb.]. 

GARRETT, THOMAS CLEATOR, M.B., CM. 1895. 

Ballaghennie, Bride, Isle of Man ; Worksop, Notts. ; Ballaghennie. 

GARTSHORE, JOHN FERGUSON, M.A. 1884. 

U.P. Missionary to (i) Old Calabar, (2) Jamaica. 

GARVEN, JOHN HILL, M.A. 1819. 

Minister (i) of Secession Church, Lanark, (2) at Maitland, New South 
Wales, (3) Shoalhaven, N.S.W. 

GARVIE, ALFRED ERNEST, M.A. 1889, B.D. 1894. 

(Logan Medallist); Congregational Minister at (i) Macduff, (2) Montrose; 
M.A. Oxon. 

GASKELL, JOHN, M.A. 1815. 

Dissenting Minister at (i; Thome, (2) Stainforth, Yorks., (3) Duckinfield, 
Cheshire; died 22nd May, 1836, aged 41. 

GASKELL, WILLIAM, M.A. 1750. 

" Filius natu maximus Petri Gaskell in parochia de Wigan in Com. 
Lancastriae " [Matric. Alb. 1747]. 

GASKELL, WILLIAM, M.A. 1825. 

Minister of Cross Street Unitarian Chapel, Manchester, 1828-84, and (1846- 

53) Professor of English History and Literature in Manchester New College; 

born near Warrington, 24th July, 1805; died at Manchester, nth June, 1884; 

husband of Mrs. Elizabeth Gaskell, the novelist. 

GASON, JOSEPH WALLER, M.D. 1833. 

"Hibernus" [Grad. Alb.]. 

GASS, ROBERT, M.A. 1808. 

" Filius Natu Maximus Joannis Mercatoris in Monaghan in comitatu ejusdem " 
[Matric. Alb. 1805]. 

GAUDIE, JOHN, M.A. 1734. 

GAWLEY, ECCLES, M.D. 1838. 

Foxford, Co. Mayo; died 26th September, 1873, aged 65. 
GAY, HERBERT MOULTRIE, M.B., CM. 1883. 

Burley, Rutland; Rochdale; Dubbo, N.S. Wales. 



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GEDDES, FRANCIS GILBERT, B.D. 1895. 

Licentiate of the Church of Scotland; M.A. Edin. 1887. 

GEDDES, ROBERT JAMES, M.A. 1881, M.B., C.M. 1882. 

Dumfries; Surgeon-Major, Army. 

CELL, JOHN M'HUTCHIN, M.B., C.M. 1882. 

Holt, Norfolk ; Douglas, Isle of Man ; Macclesfield ; Ramsey, Isle of Man. 

GELLAND, CHARLES, M.A. 1830. 

"Filius natu maximus Joannis agricolae in parochia de Magilligan et 
comitatu de Derry" [Matric. Alb. 1827]. 

GELSTON, ROBERT RINGROSE, M.D. 1837. 

Limerick. 

GEMMEL, HENRY STUART, M.A. 1883. 

Stockbroker, Glasgow. 

GEMMEL, JAMES, M.D. 1854, C.M. 1858. 

Glasgow; Greenock; Dunoon (Honorary Sheriff-Substitute there, 1896-97); 
died 3oth July, 1897. 

GEMMEL, JAMES FRANCIS, M.B., C.M. 1883. 

Glasgow ; Greenock ; Lancaster. 

GEMMEL, JOHN, M.A. 1808. 

"F. n. Max. Gulielmi Agricolae, Fenwick, Ayr" [Matric. Alb. 1804]. 

GEMMEL, JOHN, M.A. 1824, D.D. 1881. 

Minister of (i) Newton-Cromelin, Ireland, (2) Fairlie, (3) Free Church, 
Fairlie; died 25th March, 1884. 

GEMMEL, ROBERT, M.D. 1805. 

" Filius natu tertius Gavini Agricolae in Parochia de Muirkirk com. de Ayr " 
[Matric. Alb. 1802], 

GEMMEL, WILLIAM BROWN, M.A. 1883. 

Writer, Glasgow. 

GEMMELL, ALEXANDER, M.A. 1887. 

Senior Assistant Master in Kilblain Academy, Greenock, 1885-86 ; Assistant 
Classical Master in Ayr Academy, 1886-89; Head Classical Master in Montrose 
Academy, 1889-93; Rector of Greenock Academy since 1893. 

GEMMELL, ANDREW, M.A. 1882, B.D. 1885. 

U.P. Minister at Ford, Midlothian. 

GEMMELL, ANDREW, M.A. 1892. 

Teacher (i) Govan, (2) Valparaiso. 

GEMMELL, JOHN, M.A. 1887. 

Teacher, Glasgow, in (a) Board Schools, (b] Allan Glen's School. 

GEMMELL, JOHN, M.A. 1891. 

(i) Assistant Master in North Public School, Paisley; (2) Head Master of 
the Public School, Luing. 



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GEMMELL, JOHN WOODBURN, M.A. 1886. 

Teacher in Kelvinside Academy, Glasgow. 

GEMMELL, ROBERT HOWIESON, M.B., CM. 1895. 

Ship Surgeon : Rothesay. 

GEMMELL, SAMSON, M.B., CM. 1872, M.D. 1880. 

Glasgow : (i) Assistant to Professor of Practice of Medicine in the University, 
1874-80; (2) Professor of that subject in Anderson's College. 

GEMMELL, THOMAS PEDAN, M.B., CM. 1880. 

Airdrie. 

GEMMELL, WILLIAM, M.B., CM. 1888. 

Crookston ; Glasgow ; Crookston ; London. 

GEMMELL, WILLIAM, M.B., CM. 1890, M.D. 1893. 

Galston ; Walsall, Staffs. ; Hanley there ; Portsea. 

GEMMILL, HUGH, M.A. 1870, B.D. 1873- 

U.P. Minister of Johnstone, East. 

GEMMILL, JAMES FAIRLIE, M.A. 1890, M.B., CM. 1894. 

Glasgow: Assistant to Professor of Anatomy in the University, 1895-97; 
Lecturer on Embryology therein since 1897. 

GEMMILL, JOHN. M.D. 1818. 

"Scotus" [Grad Alb.]. 

GEMMILL, WILLIAM, M.B., CM. 1874. 

Kirkmaiden; Drumore, Stranraer; Beith; Dairy; died 1894. 

GENTLE, JAMES ALEXANDER, M.B., CM. 1889. 

Edinburgh; Armathwaite, Cumberland; Edinburgh; Goole, Yorks. 

GENTLE, JOHN STEWART, M.D. 1859. 

Glasgow ; Kippen ; Algiers (winter). 

GENTLES, ANDREW MARTIN, M.A. 1890. 

U.P. Minister at Stow. 

GENTLES, HENRY WERNICKE, M.B., C.M. 1889. 

Glasgow; Paisley; Selkirk; Chicago, U.S.A. 

GENTLES, NORMAN. B.L. 1896. 

Writer, Glasgow. 

GENTLES, THOMAS ADAM, M.A. 1886, LL.B. 1889. 

Writer, Glasgow. 

GEOGHEGAN, THOMAS GRACE, M.D. 1832. 

Dublin: (i) Lecturer on Forensic Medicine in Park Street School; (2) 
Professor of Forensic Medicine to Royal College of Surgeons, Ireland; born 
2oth January, 1807; died 25th December, 1869. 

GEOGHEGAN, WILLIAM, M.D. 1838. 

"Hibernicus" [Grad. Alb.]. 



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GEOGHEGAN, WILLIAM PACE, M.D. 1833. 

Kildare ; Liverpool ; London. 

GEORGE, JAMES, D.D. 1855. 

Minister of a congregation in connection with the Church of Scotland in 
Scarborough, Canada West ; Professor in, and Vice-Principal of, Queen's College, 
Kingston, Canada. 

GEORGE, JAMES ALEXANDER, M.A. 1866. 

F.C. Minister at (i) Airdrie, (2) Montrose. 

GERNON, PETER, M.D. 1785. 

"Hibernus" [Grad. Alb.]. 

GIB, JOHN, M.A. 1764. 

" Filius natu maximus Gulielmi A.M. Ludimagistri in parochia de Camnethan " 

[Matric. Alb. 1762]. 

GIBB, DAVID HUTCHISON, M.A. 1831. 

"F. n. 2 dus Joannis Mercat. Glasg." [Matric. Alb. 1826]. 

GIBB, GABRIEL, M.D. 1862. 

Glasgow; Helensburgh ; died i5th September, 1875. 

GIBB, GAVIN, M.A. 1783, D.D. 1804. 

Minister of (i) Fintry, (2) Strathblane, (3) St. Andrew's Glasgow; Dean ot 
Faculties in Glasgow University, 1804-6, 1808-10, 1812-14; Professor of Oriental 
Languages therein, 1814-31 ; died Qth June, 1831. 

GIBB, JAMES, M.B., C.M. 1868, M.D. 1871. 

Glasgow. 

GIBB, JAMES LAW, M.A. 1837. 

"Filius natu secundus Jacobi, Mercatoris apud Glasguam" [Matric. Alb. 

1833]- 
GIBB, JAMES R., M.D. 1822. 

"F. n. 2 dus Andreae Villici Auchenleck" [Matric. Alb. 1816]. 
GIBB, SPENCER BOYD, M.D. 1855. 

Army Surgeon; died 2ist June, 1861, aged 29. 

GIBB, WILLIAM, M.B., C.M. 1883. 

Glasgow; Lenzie; Glasgow; Millport; died suddenly, at Kokstad, East 
Griqualand, South Africa, i2th September, 1896. 

GIBB, WILLIAM FLETCHER, M.B., C.M. 1883, M.D. 1885. 

Glasgow; Glamorgan County Asylum; Paisley. 

GIBB, WILLIAM P., M.D. 1834. 

"Fil. 2 dus n. Joannis Cauponis Sterlenensis " [Matric. Alb. 1824]. 

GIBB, WILLIAM RICHARDSON, M.A. 1806, M.D. 1811. 

Served in the Peninsular War as a Surgeon under Wellington ; subsequently 

stationed in Canada, and quartered at Paris during the occupation of the City by 

the Allies after Waterloo ; afterwards Practitioner in Glasgow and Surgeon to the 

Royal Infirmary; died 1855; son of Professor Gavin Gibb (q.v.). 



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GIBBONS, DANIEL, M.D. 1838. 

"Hibernus" [Grad. Alb.]. 

GIBBS, EDWARD JOHN, M.A, 1853. 

(i) Classical Tutor in University Hall, Gordon Square, London; (2) Iron 
Master in Wolverharapton ; (3) Litterateur in London. 

GIBBS, JOSEPH, M.D. 1744- 

"In Brandon-ferry in Comitatu Suffolciensi " [Matric. Alb. 1743]. 

GIBLIN, WILLIAM JAMES, M.B., C.M. 1888. 

Glasgow. 

GIBSON, ALEXANDER, M.A. 1817. 

Irish Presbyterian Minister at Mullingar, 1823-58, when suspended from the 
ministry; died i2th June, 1862. 

GIBSON, EDWARD, M.D. 1838. 

London ; Hillsboro', Forest, Ontario, Canada. 

GIBSON, EDWIN ARTHUR, M.B., C.M. 1891. 

London; Glasgow; son of Henry Gibson, M.A. 1851 (q.v.). 

GIBSON, GEORGE ALEXANDER, M.A. 1881. 

Assistant to Professor of Mathematics in Glasgow University, 1883-95, anc ^ 
Additional Examiner in Arts during great part of that time ; Lecturer on Mathe- 
matics in the University during summers 1893, 1894, and 1895; Professor of 
Mathematics in Glasgow and West of Scotland Technical College since November, 
1895 ; Preliminary Examiner on Mathematics in the University from ist February, 
1897. 

GIBSON, HENRY, B.A. 1849, M.A. 1851. 

Minister of Glenapp. 

GIBSON, JAMES, M.A. 1782. 

"Filius natu quartus Gulielmi in Urbe Glasguae" [Matric. Alb. 1770]; 

possibly the same person as James Gibson, Licentiate of the Church of Scotland, 

sometime Rector of the Grammar School in Inveraray, thereafter one of the 

Masters in the Grammar School of Glasgow. 

GIBSON. JAMES, M.A. 1797. 

Possibly the same person as James Gibson, Irish Presbyterian Minister at 
Lislooney, 1801-34, when resigned through infirmity; died December, 1866. 

GIBSON, JAMES, M.A. 1817, D.D. 1862. 

Minister of (i) Kingston, Glasgow, (2) Kingston Free Church there; Pro- 
fessor of Divinity and Church History in Free Church College, Glasgow ; born at 
Crieff, 3ist January, 1799; died 2nd November, 1871. 

GIBSON, JAMES, M.D. 1842, C.M. 1857. 

Rich-hill, Co. Armagh; Belfast; Melbourne. 

GIBSON, JAMES, D.D. 1852. 

Minister of Avoch; died i6th April, 1866, aged 67. 



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GIBSON, JAMES, M.A. 1877 

Teacher in (i) West of Scotland Institution, Glasgow, (2) Garnethill Public 
School there, (3) Whitehill (Girls') Public School there; Head Master of (i) 
Henderson Street Public School there, (2) Dennistoun Public School there. 

GIBSON, JAMES, M.B., CM. 1883. 

Doune ; West Vale, Yorks. ; Doune. 

GIBSON, JAMES ALEXANDER, B.L. 1888. 

Writer, Glasgow. 

GIBSON, JAMES DUNCAN WALKER, M.A. 1879, B.U. 1882. 

Minister of Carmichael. 

GIBSON, JOHN, M.A. 1799. 

"Filius natu maximus Matthei Ludimagistri in urbeGlasg." [Matric. Alb. 1793]. 

GIBSON, JOHN, M.A. 1813. 

Irish Presbyterian Minister at Ballywalter, 1819-61; died i3th May, 1861. 

GIBSON, JOHN, M.A. 1881. 

U.P. Minister at Whitburn. 
GIBSON, JOHN, M.A. 1888. 

(i) Assistant Master in Rothesay Public School; (2) Head Master of Balder- 
nock Public School since 1891. 

GIBSON, JOHN BURNS, M.A. 1864, M.D. 1865. 

Saltcoats ; Workington ; Farnham, Surrey ; Bideford, Devon (Depute 
Coroner there); Irvine; London. 

GIBSON, JOHN CAMPBELL, M.A. 1870. 

English Presbyterian Missionary to the Chinese at Swatow. 

GIBSON, JOHN MACDOUGALL, M.A. 1869. 

Sometime Advocate, Edinburgh; appointed December, 1881, Substitute 
Procureur and Advocate General, Mauritius; died ist November, 1886. 

GIBSON, JOHN ROBERT, M.B., C.M. 1885, M.D. 1888. 

Colmonell, Ayrshire ; Stranraer ; Lennoxtown ; Paisley ; son of Henry Gibson, 
M.A. 1851 (q.v.). 

GIBSON, LAURENCE MILLER, M.A. 1894. 

Assistant Minister of E.P. Church, Croydon. 

GIBSON, THOMAS, M.D. 1827. 

Rothesay; died i;th November, 1862. 

GIBSON, THOMAS, M.A. 1838. 

" Filius natu quartus defuncti Johannis agricolae in parochia de Kilmore et 
comitatu de Armagh" [Matric. Alb. 1835]. 

GIBSON, WILLIAM JOHN, M.A. 1888. 

Assistant Master in (i) Douglas Academy, Newton-Stewart, 1888-89, (2) 
Boys' Latin School, Boston, Mass., U.S.A., 1889-90, (3) Public School, Rothesay, 
1891-94; Head Master of Nicolson Institution, Stornoway, since 1894. 



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GIFFEN, ANDREW BROWNLIE, M.A. 1884. 

Licentiate of the U.P. Church. 

GIFFEN, JOHN STEWART, B.A. 1839. 

U.P. Minister at Earlston (West Church); died igth July, 1847, aged 29. 

GIFFEN, SIR ROBERT, LL.D. 1883. 

Law Apprentice and Clerk in Strathaven and Glasgow, 1850-57 ; Journalist, 
1860-76; Chief of Statistical Department of Board of Trade, 1876-82; Assistant 
Secretary to that Board, 1882-93; Controller of Commercial, Labour, and 
Statistical Departments thereof, 1893-97, when retired; F.R.S. 1892; C.B. 
(Civil), 1891; K.CB. (Civil), 1895; born 1837. 

GIFFORD, JAMES, M.A. 1887. 

Teacher (i) at Thomanean House, Milnathort, as Tutor in a private family, 

1887-88, (2) at Mossgiel, N.S. Wales, in a like capacity, 1889, (3) under Wellington 

Education Board, New Zealand, 1890-95, (4) in High School of Glasgow, as 

one of the English Masters, 1895-96. 

GILBERT, JOHN, M.A. 1882, B.D. 1886. 

Minister of Howwood. 

GILBERT, JONATHAN, M.D. 1843. 

Lurgan, Co. Armagh; died 1867. 

GILBERT, SIR JOSEPH HENRY, LL.D. 1883. 

Director, since 1843, of the Rothamsted Laboratory and Agricultural 

Experiments of Sir John Bennet Lawes, Bart.; Sibthorpian Professor of Rural 

Economy in Oxford University, 1884-90; F.R.S., etc, etc.; born 1817; M.A. 

Oxon. 1884; K.B. 1893. 

GILBERT, ROBERT, M.B., CM. 1880. 

Yeovil, Somerset ; London ; Sandhurst, Australia ; Taranagulla there ; died 
5th March, 1889, aged 34. 

GILCHRIST, ALEXANDER, CM. 1830. 

"Scotus" [Grad. Alb.]. 

GILCHRIST, ANDREW SCOULAR GALBRAITH, .M.A. 1894, B.D. 1896. 

Licentiate of the Church of Scotland. 

GILCHRIST, ARCHIBALD, M.D. 1834. 

"Scotus" [Grad. Alb.]. 

GILCHRIST, EDWARD JAMES, M.A. 1884, B.D. 1891. 

English Presbyterian Minister at Ipswich. 

GILCHRIST, JAMES, M.B., CM. 1890. 

Glasgow. 

GILCHRIST, JOHN, D.D. 1812. 

Minister of (i) East Church, Greenock, (2) Canongate, Edinburgh; died 
23rd May, 1849, aged 79. 



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GILCHRIST, MARION, M.B., C.M. 1894. 

Glasgow; the first woman graduate of the University; LL.A. St. Andrews. 
GILCHRIST, ROBERT MUIR, M.D. 1857. 

Dumbarton; Cawnpore, India; Staff-Assistant-Surgeon, Army; died 1866. 

GILCHRIST, ROBERT MUNN, M.B., C.M. 1880. 

Paisley ; Bolton-le-Moors. 

GILCHRIST, THOMAS BLACKADDER, M.B., C.M. 1893, M.D. 1896. 

Conisborough, Yorks. 

GILCHRIST, WILLIAM, M.A. 1821. 

Probably the same person as the Rev. William Gilchrist, M.A., who was 
Chaplain of Glasgow Prison in 1840, and Governor of Glasgow House of Refuge 
in 1841 and subsequent years. 

GILCHRIST, WILLIAM, M.D., C.M. 1850. 

Surgeon, H.E.I.C.S., and Professor of Medicine in Medical College, Madras; 
Rothesay; died at Rochester, 28th February, 1895, aged 88. 

GILFILLAN, JAMES, D.D. 1866. 

Secession and U.P. Minister at Stirling, 1822-69; born at Comrie, nth May, 

1797; died at Portobello, 28th January, 1874; brother of Rev. George Gilfillan. 

GILFILLAN, JAMES, M.A. 1887. 

Presbyterian Minister at Longtown, Cumberland. 

GILFILLAN, JOHN, M.A. 1814. 

" Filius natu Secundus Roberti Agricolae in parochia de Comber in comitatu 
de Deny in Hybernia" [Matric. Alb. 1811]. 

GILFILLAN, ROBERT ZUILL, M.A. 1867, B.D. 1871. 

Minister of (i) North Kirk, Paisley, (2) Lochwinnoch; died 23rd December, 
1892, aged 50. 

GILFILLAN, SAMUEL, M.A. 1813. 

"Filius natu Minimus Josephi Agricolae in parochia de Glendermett in comitatu 
de Deny" [Matric. Alb. 1810]. 

GILLAN, DAVID HEDLEY, M.A. 1890, B.D. 1892. 

Chaplain of the Church of Scotland in India ; son of George Green Gillan, 
M.A. (q.v.). 

GILLAN, GEORGE GREEN, B.A. 1851, M.A. 1854. 

Minister of Inverteil, 1858-59; Minister of Dalmellington, 1859-66; Church 
of Scotland Chaplain, Bengal, India, 1866-88; Minister of Carmunnock since 
1888; son of Robert Gillan, D.D. (q.v.). 

GILLAN, JOHN, M.A. 1890, M.B., C.M. 1895. 

Eston, Yorks. 

GILLAN, ROBERT, D.D. 1853. 

Minister of (i) Stamfordham, (2) South Shields, (3) Holytown, (4) Wishaw, 
(5) Abbotshall, (6) St. John's, Glasgow, (7) Inchinnan ; died ist November, 1879, 
aged 80. 



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GILLAND, ROBERT BRYCE, M.D. 1860. 

Glasgow; Brentwood, Essex; Moulsford, Berks.; died 8th March, 1887. 
aged 49. 
GILLESPIE, JAMES, M.B., C.M. 1892. 

Johannesburg, Transvaal, S. Africa. 
GILLESPIE, JAMES, M.A. 1896. 

Student of Theology in F.C. College, Glasgow. 

GILLESPIE, JAMES HOGG, M.A. 1892, B.D. 1895. 

Licentiate of the Church of Scotland. 

GILLESPIE, JOHN, M.A. 1857. 

Minister of Mouswald. 

GILLESPIE, JOHN MORRIS, M.D. 1850. 

Rochdale; Accrington; died 7th September, 1875, aged 49. 

GILLESPIE, JOHN PATERSON, M.B., C.M. 1888. 

Glasgow. 

GILLIES, ALEXANDER, M.A. 1760. 

Minister of Kilmaurs ; died 26th November, 1786. 

GILLIES, HUGH CAMERON, M.B., C.M. 1882, M.D. 1893. 

London. 

GILLIES, JOHN, M.A. 1764. 

Taught Greek Class in Glasgow University during illness and decline of 
Professor Moor ; Travelling Tutor to sons of Lord Hopetoun ; Historiographer 
to the King for Scotland; author of History of Ancient Greece, etc., etc.; LL.D. ; 
F.R.S. ; F.A.S. ; born at Brechin (elder brother of Lord Gillies), i8th January, 
1747; died at Clapham, 5th February, 1836. 

GILLIES, JOHN, M.A. 1891. 

Minister at (i) Bendigo, Australia, (2) Rutherglen there. 

GILLIES, MALCOLM, M.B., C.M. 1890. 

Easdale. 

GILLIES, WILLIAM, M.A. 1768. 

"Filius natu Secundus Roberti Agricolae in Beath " [Matric. Alb. 1764]. 

GILLIES, WILLIAM, M.A. 1877. 

(i) Rector of Stiell's Hospital School, Tranent, 1877-79; (2) Market Gardener 
on a large scale in Melbourne; address (1896), Rothmines Grove, Auburn, 
Melbourne. 

GILLIES, WILLIAM KING, M.A. 1895. 

(Logan Medallist); Snell Exhibitioner, 1895. 

GILLISON, HENRY TOD, M.A. 1887, B.D. 1891. 

Licentiate of the Free Church. 

GILLKREST, JAMES, M.D. 1820. 

"Hibernus" [Grad. Alb.]. 



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GILLMER, ALEXANDER BIRCH, C.M. 1822. 

"Hibernia" [Grad. Alb.]. 

GILLON, GEORGE GORE, M.B., C.M. 1878, M.D. 1894. 

Carmarthen ; Dunedin, New Zealand ; Wellington there ; Sydney. 

GILLON, WILLIAM, M.A. 1810. 

"Hibernus" [Grad. Alb.]. 

GILMER, GEORGE, M.D. 1764. 

GILMOR, WILLIAM ARTHUR R. C.M. 1830. 

" Canadiensis " [Grad. Alb.]. 

GILMORE, SAMUEL, B.A. 1850. 

Medical Practitioner (L.R.C.S. Edin. 1858), Castleblayney, Co. Monaghan; 
applied [Univ. Minute, 3rd March, 1852] "for a renewal of his Diploma, he 
having lost his former one by Shipwreck." 

GILMOUR, ADAM, M.D. 1860. 

Stewarton ; Duntocher; died there, 23rd July, 1895, aged 59. 

GILMOUR, JAMES, M.A. 1867. 

Missionary (London Missionary Society) to China; died at Tientsin there, 
2ist May, 1891, aged 48. 

GILMOUR, JOHN, M.B., C.M. 1891. 

Glasgow; Brecon; Duntocher; son of Adam Gilmour, M.D. 1860 (q.v.). 

GILMOUR, WILLIAM M'INTOSH, M.D. 1864. 

Govan ; Ibrox. 

GILPIN, RICHARD, C.M. 1826. 

Copney, Co. Tyrone; died 26th January, 1865. 

GILPIN, THOMAS, B.A. 1792. 

" Filius Natu Minimus Sawrey Gilpin Artificis in Urbe Londinensi " [Matric. 
Alb. 1790]. 
GILROY, JAMES, M.B., C.M. 1889. 

Waterbeck, Ecclefechan. 
GILROY, ROBERT CAMPBELL, M.B., C.M. 1885. 

Neilston ; Paisley ; Birmingham. 

GIMLETT, HART, M.D. 1844- 

Fleet-Surgeon, R.N. ; died ist August, 1877, aged 54. 

GINSBURG, CHRISTIAN DAVID, LL.D. 1863. 

An eminent Rabbinical Scholar; one of the original members appointed 
by Convocation for the revision of the English Version of the Old Testament 
Scriptures; born in Warsaw, 1830. 

GIRVAN, ALEXANDER, M.B., C.M. 1894. 

Ship Surgeon. 
GIRVAN, DAVID WYLLIE, M.B., C.M. 1891. 

Maybole ; Hamilton ; Cardiff. 



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GIRVAN, HUGH, M.B., CM. 1888, M.D. 1891. 

Maybole. 

GIRVAN, JOHN, M.A. 1896. 

Student of Law. 

GIRVAN, WILLIAM, M.D. 1830. 

Maybole. 

GITLEN, JOHN PRIOR, LL.D. 1808. 

Minister, Bristol. 

GLADMAN, HENRY RICHARD ADAM, M.D. 1861, CM. 1861. 

Glasgow; died 1864. 

GLADSTONE, JAMES MORISON ROLLO, M.A. 1892. 

Curate of the Episcopal Church at (i) St. Andrew's, Edinburgh, (2) Oban. 

GLADSTONE, WILLIAM EWART, LL.D. 1879. 

P.C.; M.P. for (i) Newark, (2) University of Oxford, (3) South Lancashire, 
(4) Greenwich, (5) Mid Lothian; has held many state offices, including those 
of Chancellor of the Exchequer (four times) and First Lord of the Treasury 
(four times); Professor of Ancient History to Royal Academy, 1876; Lord 
Rector of (i) Edinburgh University, 1859-65, (2) Glasgow University, 1877-80; 
born at Liverpool (fourth son of Sir John Gladstone, Baronet, of Fasque, 
Kincardineshire), 29th December, 1809. 

GLAISTER, JOHN, M.B. 1879, M.D. 1885. 

Glasgow : Professor of Medical Jurisprudence in St. Mungo's College. 

GLAISTER, JOSEPH NEWBIGGING, M.B., CM. 1889. 

Ship Surgeon ; Glasgow. 

GLAISTER, RICHARD, M.A. 1885, B.D. 1888. 

U.P. Minister at Kirkcudbright. 

GLASGOW, BENJAMIN, CM. 1825. 

"Hibernus" [Grad. Alb.]. 

GLASGOW, EARL OF, LL.D. 1879. 

Sixth Earl; M.P. for Bute, 1865; Lord Clerk Register of Scotland, 1879; 

born gth October, 1825; died at Edinburgh, 23rd April, 1890; LL.D. Edin. 1884. 

GLASGOW, EDWARD, CM. 1826. 

"Hibernus" [Grad. Alb.]. 

GLASGOW, JOHN, M.A. 1739. 

"F. Johannis Glasgow A.M.V.D.M. Pastoris Eclesiae de Kil Burny" 

[Matric. Alb. 1730]; held Dundonald Bursary; died April, 1740 [Univ. 
Minute, 26th June, 1740]. 

GLEDHILL, JAMES GRIERSON, M.B., CM. 1883. 

Medical Practitioner and Barrister-at-Law, Manchester. 

GLEN, ARCHIBALD, M.A. 1792. 

Minister of Parton, 1800-8; died isth March, 1808, aged 34. 



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GLEN, DANIEL M'INTYRE, M.B., C.M. 1896. 

Glasgow. 

GLEN, DAVID, M.B., C.M. 1894. 

Dumbarton. 

GLEN, JAMES, M.A. 1814. 

Minister of (i) Benholme, 1826-43, ( 2 ) Free Church there, 1843-66; died 
nth December, 1866, aged 75. 

GLEN, JAMES, M.B., C.M. 1867, M.D. 1872. 

Middlesbro'; South Bank, Yorks. ; J.P. 

GLEN, JAMES, M.A. 1877, B.L. 1879. 

Writer, Glasgow. 

GLEN, JOHN, M.B., C.M. 1873. 

Glasgow ; South Bank, Yorks. ; Grange Town there. 

GLEN, NINIAN, B.Sc. 1874, M.A. 1875. 

Chartered Accountant, Glasgow. 

GLENALMOND, LORD. See PATTON, GEORGE. 

GLENDINNING, JAMES, M.B. 1871, M.D. 1873. 

Abergavenny (Medical Superintendent, Joint Counties Asylum). 

GLENDY, WILLIAM, M.A. 1806. 

Irish Presbyterian Minister at Ballycarry, 1812-29, when, avowing himself 

an Arian, he seceded from the Synod of Ulster, with a portion of the 
congregation. 

GLENHOLME, HUGH, C.M. 1832. 

"Hibernus" [Grad. Alb.]. 

GLOVER, JOSEPH TUTHILL, M.D. 1844. 

Surgeon, Indian Army ; Fairview, Co. Dublin ; Rathmines, same Co. ; died 
29th November, 1873, aged 55. 

GLOVER, MATTHEW, M.A. 1879. 

Schoolmaster, Senior Public School, Lesmahagow. 

GLUCKSBURG, HIS HIGHNESS PRINCE JOHN OF, LL.D. 1868. 

Uncle to H.R.H. the Princess of Wales ; this Degree conferred at laying 
of Foundation Stone of new University Buildings, on 8th October, 1868, when 
H.R.H. the Prince of Wales (q.v.) was also created LL.D. 

GOADBY, THOMAS, B.A. 1856. 

"Fil. nat. secund. Josephi Verbi Dei Ministri in Comitatu de Leicester" 
[Matric. Alb. 1853]. 

GODFREY, LUKE, M.A. 1763, D.D. 1795, 

Rector of Middletoun, County Cork. 

GODFREY, MITCHELL, M.D. 1837. 

" Hibernus " [Grad. Alb.]. 



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GODWIN, CHARLES, M.D. 1838. 

"Hibernus" [Grad. Alb.]. 

GOFF, BRUCE. M.D. 1853. 

Glasgow; Bothwell (Pres. Fac. Phys. and Surg. Glas. 1896). 

GOFF. BRUCE EDWARD, M.B., CM. 1886. 

Glasgow; Wellington, New Zealand; Brighton; son of Bruce Goff, M.D. 
1853 (q.v.). 

GOFF, JOHN, M.B., CM. 1882, M.D. 1884. 

Glasgow; Dublin; Bothwell; son of Bruce Goff, M.D. 1853 (q.v.). 

GOGARTY, ANDREW, M.D. 1838. 

Dublin. 

GOLDIE, ANDREW, M.A. 1884. 

F.C. Minister at Glenisla. 

GOLDIE. ANDREW, M.B., CM. 1891. 

Darvel ; Ayr; died there, 6th March, 1895. 

GOLDIE, THOMAS, M.A. 1886. 

U.P. Minister at Newlands. 

GOOCH. C^SAR THOMAS, M.A. 1773. 

"Natus in Anglia filius natu secundus Caesaris Thomae Gooch defuncti 
quondam Scribae in Dyss in Comitatu de Norfolk" [Matric. Alb. 1770]. 

GOODALL, HENRY, M.D. 1860. 

Native of India ; probably settled there. 

GOODFELLOW, JAMES ANDERSON, M.B., CM. 1887. 

Caistor, Lines. ; New Brampton, Derbyshire. 

GOODMAN, HYAM, M.A. 1894. 

Student of Medicine. 

GOODRICH, ALBERT, D.D. 1889. 

Minister of Congregational Church at (i) Braintree, Essex, 1865-77, (2) 
Elgin Place, Glasgow, 1877-90, (3) Chorlton Road, Manchester, since 1890. 

GOODRICH, EDITH ELLEN, M.B., CM. 1896. 

Manchester; daughter of Albert Goodrich, D.D. (q.v.). 



GORDON, ALEXANDER, M . D 

Spalding, Lines. ; Steeple Langford, Wilts. ; Broad Chalk, Wilts. ; Glendaruel, 
Argyleshire ; died i8th December, 1868, aged 31. 

GORDON, ALEXANDER, M>A _ l8 g 7- 

Baptist Minister at Egremont, Liverpool, since 1888. 

GORDON, ARCHIBALD CAMPBELL, M.D., CM. 1826. 

"F. n. 2 dus Georgii" (q.v.) "Pastoris de Sorn Ayr" [Matric. Alb. 1818]. 



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GORDON, CHARLES JAMES MACKAY, M.A. 1887. 

(i) Assistant to Professor of Greek in St. Andrews University; (2) Master 
in Kelvinside Academy, Glasgow; (3) Tutor, at Castle Howard, Yorkshire, to 
sons of Earl of Carlisle; Snell Exhibitioner, 1887; B.A. Oxon. 1892. 

GORDON, DANIEL MINER, M.A. 1863, B.D. 1866, D.D. 1895. 

Minister of (i) St. Andrew's Church, Ottawa, Canada, (2) Knox Church, 

Winnipeg, Canada, (3) St. Andrew's Church, Halifax, Canada; now (since 1894) 

Professor of Systematic Theology and Apologetics in the Presbyterian College, 

Halifax. 

GORDON, DAVID, M.A. 1773. 

"Hibernus" [Grad. Alb.]. 

GORDON, EDWARD STRATHEARN (BARON GORDON), LL.D. 1873. 

Advocate, 1835; Q.C. 1868; P.C. 1874; Sheriff of Perthshire, 1858-66; 
Solicitor-General for Scotland, 1866-67 5 Lord Advocate therefor, 1867-68 and 
1874-76; M.P. for (i) Thetford, Norfolk, 1867 to 1868, (2) Universities of 
Glasgow and Aberdeen, 1869 to 1876; created in 1876 one of Lords of Appeal 
in Ordinary, with title of Baron; born at Inverness, loth April, 1814; died at 
Brussels, 2ist August, 1879; LL.D. Edin. 1869. 

GORDON, GARDINER, M.A. 1775, M.D. 1775. 

"Hibernus" [Grad. Alb.]. 

GORDON, GEORGE, D.D. 1804. 

Minister of Sorn; died 24th December, 1805. 

GORDON, GEORGE, M.B., CM. 1889. 

Ship Surgeon; Helmsdale, Sutherland; Milngavie; Glasgow. 

GORDON, GEORGE HENRY, M.D. 1833. 

" Filius natu maximus Joannis Armigeri de Cairnbuly in com. de Aberdeen " 
[Matric. Alb. 1829]. 

GORDON, HANS, CM. 1827. 

"Hibernus" [Grad. Alb.]. 

GORDON, HUGH ALEXANDER, M.D. 1859. 

Professor of Anatomy and Medicine, Dalhousie College, Halifax ; London. 

GORDON, JAMES, M.B., CM. 1878. 

Coatbridge ; Bridge of Allan ; Coatbridge. 
GORDON, JAMES HENRY, M.D. 1863, CM. 1865. 

Carstairs Junction ; Sawbridgeworth, Herts. ; Pontypridd, Glam. ; East 
Grimstead, Wilts.; Salisbury; died there, igth December, 1892, aged 52. 

GORDON, JOHN, M.D. 1750. 

Described in University Minute of 24th October, 1750, as "one of the 
expertest Surgeons in Glasgow, and who was the first person who taught 
anatomy in this University, long ago, with great applause and success " ; 
caricatured by Tobias Smollett (who served apprenticeship with him) as " Potion " 
in Roderick Random; died 1772. 



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GORDON, JOHN, M.A., M.D. 1775. 

"Filius natu maximus Georgii M.D. in Insula de St. Christophers" [Matric. 
Alb. 1770]. 

GORDON, JOHN, M.B., C.M. 1896. 

High Blantyre. 

GORDON, JOHN DYCE, M.B., C.M. 1887. 

Easdale; Selby, Yorks. ; died 1894. 

GORDON, LOCKHART, LL.D. 1752. 

Third son of John, third Earl of Aboyne; studied at Glasgow University; 
Lieutenant-Colonel in Army; Judge-Advocate-General of Bengal, 1787; died 
at Calcutta, 24th March, 1788. 

GORDON, ROBERT, C.M. 1827. 

GORDON, ROBERT, M.D. 1831. 

"Hibernus" [Grad. Alb.]. 

GORDON. ROBERT POPE ROSS, M.A. 1882. 

M.B., C.M. Edin. 1886; Dingwall ; Montana, U.S.A. 

GORDON, THOMAS, M.A. 1864, B.D. 1879. 

Assistant to Ministers of (i) Bothvvell, (2) Scone, (3) Twynholm, (4) 
Balmaghie, (5) Fenwick, 1866-77 ; Minister of Mission Church at Saughtree, 
Castleton, 1877-86; Assistant to Minister of Edgerston, 1887-88; locum tenens 
for Ministers of (i) Kirkcolm, (2) Middle Parish, Paisley, 1888-90; Minister of 
Edgerston since 1892. 

GORDON, WILLIAM, M.A. 1766. 

"Scotus" [Grad. Alb.]. 

GORDON, WILLIAM, M.B., C.M. 1883. 

Govan; Ship Surgeon; Helmsdale; Glasgow; died 4th October, 1892. 

GORDON, WILLIAM IRELAND, M.A. 1869. 

Minister of (i) Walkerburn, (2) Tongland ; B.D. Edin. 1872. 

GORDON, WILLIAM LESLIE, M.D. 1862. 

Glasgow; Melbourne, Australia; Ararat there; died isth November, 1876. 

GORST, SIR JOHN ELDON, LL.D. 1894. 

Civil Commissioner of Waikato, N.Z., 1861-63; Barrister-at-Law, 1865; 
Q.C. 1875 ; M.P. for (i) Cambridge, 1866-68, (2) Chatham, 1875-92, (3) University 
of Cambridge since 1892; Solicitor-General, 1885; Parliamentary Secretary to 
the India Office, 1886; P.C. 1890; Financial Secretary to the Treasury, 1891; 
Vice-President of the Committee of Council, 1895 > Lorcl Rector of the University 
of Glasgow, 1893-96; born 24th May, 1835. 

GOTTO, ARTHUR CHARLES, B.Sc. 1873. 

Civil Engineer: (i) Contractor's Resident Engineer of Rio de Janeiro 
City Improvements Company; (2) Managing Director of James P. Corry & Co., 
Limited, Belfast. 



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GOUDIE, WILLIAM JOHN, B.Sc. 1895. 

Teacher of Engineering Science under the School Board of Glasgow. 

GOUDY, JAMES, M.A. 1821. 

" Filius natu Secundus viri Reverendi Jacobi Pastoris in comitatu de 
Monaghan in Hibernia" [Matric. Alb. 1818]. 

GOULD, GEORGE PEARCE, M.A. 1872. 

Baptist Minister at (i) Bournemouth, (2) Gotham Grove, Bristol; thereafter 
Professor of Hebrew and Old Testament Exegesis in Baptist College, London, 
1885-96; Principal of that College since 1896. 

GOULDSBURY, ALEXANDER, M.A. 1772. 

" Filius natu tertius Roberti Agricolae in Comitatu de Longford in Hibernia " 
[Matric. Alb. 1771]. 

GOURLAY, HUGH, M.A. 1755. 

Minister of Balfron ; died nth January, 1787, aged 55. 

GOURLAY, JAMES, M.A. 1754. 

Ordained Minister of Tillicoultry, 1765; demitted on account of ill-health, 
1772; deposed for immorality, 22nd December, same year; sentence removed, 
2nd February, 1773; afterwards went to America. 

GOURLAY, JAMES, B.Sc. 1889. 

Engineer in Glasgow. 

GOURLAY, ROBERT, M.B., CM. 1883. 

Manchester; Oldham. 

GOURLAY, WILLIAM ROBERT, M.A. 1893. 

India Civil Service. 

GOURLEY, SAMUEL, M.D. 1864. 

West Hartlepool; J.P. 

GOURLEY, WALTER, M.A. 1813. 

"Filius natu maximus Joannis Mercatoris apud Cookstoun in comitatu de 
Tyronne" [Matric. Alb. 1810]. 

GOVAN, HORACE EDWARD, M.A. 1887. 

Magazine Editor and Publisher, Glasgow. 

GOW, JOHN, M.A. 1826. 

"F. n. 4 tus Benjamini Mercatoris Glasguensis" [Matric. Alb. 1817]. 

GOW, WILLIAM, M.A. 1876. 

Underwriter in (i) Liverpool, (2) New York. 

GOW, WILLIAM, M.A. 1895. 

Snell Exhibitioner, 1894. 

GOWAN, ANTHONY THOMSON, M.A. 1834, D.D. 1861. 

Congregational Minister at (i) Blackhills, Aberdeenshire, (2) Dalkeith ; 
Professor of Biblical Literature in Congregational College, Edinburgh ; born at 
Whitehaven, 2nd March, 1811; died at Dalkeith, i6th December, 1884. 



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GOWANS, ADAM LUKE, M.A. 1895. 

Publisher, Glasgow. 

GOWANS, JAMES, M.B., CM. 1876. 

Glasgow; Newcastle-on-Tyne ; Broughty-Ferry. 

GOWDIE, JOHN, M.D. 1846. 

"Scotus" [Grad. Alb.]. 

GOYDER, CHARLES STONES, M.D. 1850. 

York; Spofforth, Yorks. ; died 1857, aged 28. 

GRACIE, FARQUHAR, M.B., CM. 1892. 

Yoker ; Glasgow. 

GRAHAM, ANDREW, D.D. 1738. 

Rector of Blankney, Lincolnshire; M.D. 1720. 

GRAHAM, ANDREW, M.B., CM. 1892. 

Sunderland; Sheffield; Ashton-in-Makerfield, Lanes. 

GRAHAM, ERNEST WILLIAM, M.B., CM. 1896. 

Old Kilpatrick. 

GRAHAM, GEORGE WILLIAM BEST, C.M. 1823. 

"Anglus" [Grad. Alb.]. 

GRAHAM, HENRY, M.A. 1809. 

" Filius natu 3 US Henrici Agricolae in parochia de Maghera in Comitatu de 
Deny" [Matric. Alb. 1807]. 

GRAHAM, JACKSON, M.A. 1810. 

Presbyterian Minister of Armoy, Co. Antrim, 1814-80; died 9th January, 
1880. 

GRAHAM, JAMES, M.D. 1736. 

"Son to the Laird of Glendoick" [University Minute, i4th November, 1736]. 

GRAHAM, JAMES, M.A. 1739. 

Minister of Bonhill; died 27th January, 1767. 

GRAHAM, JAMES, LL.D. 1804. 

See MONTROSE, DUKE OF. 

GRAHAM, JAMES, M.D. 1847. 

Cashel, Co. Tipperary; died May, 1870. 

GRAHAM, JAMES, B.L. 1877. 

Writer, Glasgow. 

GRAHAM, JAMES, LL.D. 1891. 

Writer in Glasgow, and sometime Dean of the Faculty of Procurators 
there. 

GRAHAM, JAMES COULTER, B.A. 1826, M.D. 1831. 

"Scotus" [Grad. Alb.]; died 28th October, 1841, aged 35 [Tombstone in 
Glasgow Necropolis]. 



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GRAHAM, JAMES DRUMMOND, M.A. 1873. 

Teacher in (i) Woodside School, Glasgow, till 1873, (2) Newton Academy, 
Ayr, 1873-77, (3) Grammar School, Ayr, 1877-97, when retired. 

GRAHAM, JAMES DRUMMOND, M.B., CM. 1896. 

Ayr; son of James Drummond Graham, M.A. (q.v.). 

GRAHAM, JAMES GIBSON, M.A. 1883. 

M.B. Edin. 1887; Partickhill, Glasgow. 

GRAHAM, JOHN, M.A. 1753. 

"Filius quondam Roberti Graham in Parochia de Minnigaff in Galovidia 
Ludi Magistri" [Matric. Alb. 1749]. 

GRAHAM, JOHN, M.A. 1763. 

" Filius natu unicus Alexandri Fabri Ferrari in Parochia de Southknapdale in 
Comitatu Argatheliae" [Matric. Alb. 1762]. 

GRAHAM, JOHN, M.A. 1795. 

"Scotus" [Grad. Alb.]. 

GRAHAM, JOHN, M.A. 1796, D.D. 1825. 

Minister of (i) Fintry, (2) Killearn ; died i2th January, 1865, aged 87. 

GRAHAM, JOHN, M.A. 1799. 

"Scotus" [Grad. Alb.]. 

GRAHAM, JOHN, B.A. 1849. 

" Fil. nat. max. Jacobi Verbi Dei Ministri in parochia de Fenwick " [Matric. 
Alb. 1843]. 

GRAHAM, JOHN, M.B., C.M. 1885. 

Pollokshields ; Fairlie. 

GRAHAM, JOHN ALEXANDER, M.B., C.M. 1896. 

Paisley; son of Thomas Graham, M.D. (q.v.). 

GRAHAM, JOHN THOMAS, M.B., C.M. 1874, M.D. 1878. 

Tottenham, Middlesex ; Perth. 

GRAHAM, LANCELOT, M.A. 1766. 

" Filius natu minimus Lanceloti Agricolae in Comitatu de Cumberland " 
[Matric. Alb. 1763]. 

GRAHAM, MATTHEW, M.A. 1796. 

Minister of (i) Johnstone, (2) Calton, Glasgow; died 4th March, 1845, aged 

71;" tried his hand in one of the lotteries so prevalent in London in the reign of 

George the Third, and pulled up a prize of ^1500, with which he erected what 

was called Graham's Buildings in George Street " [P. Mackenzie's Reminiscences]. 

GRAHAM, PATRICK, M.A. 1776, D.D. 1795. 

Minister of Aberfoyle ; "whose urbanity in communicating information on the 

subject of national antiquities is scarce exceeded by the stores of legendary lore 

which he has accumulated " [Note to Novel of Rob Roy\ ; died 3rd August, 

1835, aged 81. 



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GRAHAM, ROBERT, M.A. 1846, D.D. 1869. 

Minister of Kilbarchan, 1847-95; died nth November, 1895, aged 76. 

GRAHAM, ROBERT BALFOUR, D.D. 1852. 

Minister of (i) Stenton, (2) North Berwick; died 2Oth November, 1855. 

GRAHAM, THOMAS, M.A. 1824. 

Lecturer on Chemistry in (i) Portland Street Medical School, Glasgow, 1828, 
(2) Mechanics' Institution, Glasgow, 1829; Professor of Chemistry in (i) Ander- 
son's College, Glasgow, 1830-37, (2) University College, London, 1837-54; 
Assayer and Master of the Mint, 1854-69; F.R.S. 1836; born at Glasgow, 2oth 
December, 1805; died i6th September, 1869; Member of Faculty of Physicians 
and Surgeons of Glasgow, 1830; D.C.L. Oxon. 1855. 

GRAHAM, THOMAS, M.A. 1854. 

Minister of Martyrs', Glasgow, 1859-76; died 5th May, 1876, aged 43. 

GRAHAM, THOMAS, M.D. 1860. 

Paisley. 

GRAHAM. THOMAS, B.L. 1883. 

Solicitor, Edinburgh. 

GRAHAM, THOMAS JOHN, M.D. 1828. 

Epsom, Surrey; died 28th October, 1876, aged 81. 

GRAHAM, WALTER, M.B., CM. 1895. 

Renton. 

GRAHAM, WILLIAM, M.A, 1732. 

GRAHAM, WILLIAM. D.D. 1879. 

Minister of Mount Pleasant Presbyterian Church, Liverpool, 1846-80; Pro- 
fessor of Church History in Theological College of Presbyterian Church of 
England, 1880-87; born 5th May, 1823; died 26th November, 1887. 

GRAHAM, WILLIAM, M.A. 1883. 

Writer, Glasgow. 

GRAHAM, WILLIAM, B.L. 1894. 

Writer, Glasgow; son of James Graham, LL.D. 1891 (q.v.). 

GRAHAME, ARCHIBALD, LL.B. 1826. 

Sometime Writer in Glasgow ; thereafter Solicitor in Westminster ; died at 
Brighton, 1 7th August, 1854. 

GRAHAME, JAMES, M.A. 17501 

GRAHAME, JAMES, M.D. 1759. 

GRAHAME, JAMES, M.A. 1809. 

(i) W.S. ; (2) Advocate; (3) Curate of Shefton Mayne, Gloucestershire; (4) 
Sub-Curate of St. Margaret's, Durham ; (5) Curate of Sedgefield, Durham ; Author 
of " The Sabbath " ; " Mary Stuart, an Historical Drama " ; " Birds of Scotland," 
etc., etc. : born at Glasgow (son of Thomas Grahame, Writer), 22nd April, 1765 ; 
died i4th September, 1811; the "Sepulchral Grahame" of English Bards and 
Scotch Reviewers. 



232 ROLL OF GRADUATES 

GRAHAME, JOHN, M.D. 1812. 

"Scotus" [Grad. Alb.]. 

GRANGE, JAMES WILLIAM, M.B., CM. 1881, M.D. 1888. 

Glasgow ; Old Cumnock ; Kersal, Lanes. 

GRANGER, JOHN ROSS, M.B. 1876. 

Glasgow; died there, 2nd November, 1894, aged 43. 

GRANGER, WILLIAM, M.A. 1881. 

Minister of St. Leonard's, Ayr. 

GRANT, ALEXANDER, M.D. 1842. 

"Hibernus" [Grad. Alb.]. 

GRANT, SIR ALEXANDER, BART., LL.D. 1879. 

Of Dalvey; Examiner for Indian Civil Service, 1855 ; Inspector of Schools in 
Madras Presidency, 1858; Professor of History and Political Economy in Elphin- 
stone College, Madras, 1860; Principal of the University of Edinburgh, 1868-84; 
born in New York, 13111 September, 1826; died 30th November, 1884; B.A. Oxon. 
1849; M.A. 1852; D.C.L. 1880; LL.D. Edin. 1865. 

GRANT, ALEXANDER BROWN, M.A. 1896. 

Student of Theology in Glasgow University. 

GRANT, ALEXANDER LYALL, M.D., C.M. 1868. 

Aberdeen; died nth September, 1872. 

GRANT, ALFRED ALEXANDER GUMMING, M.B., C.M. 1894. 

Partick. 

GRANT, BREWIN, B.A. 1845. 

Originally a Tailor; afterwards Minister at (i) Prescot, Lanes., (2) Birming- 
ham, (3) Sheffield, (4) St. Paul's, Bethnal Green, London; died 25th January, 
1892, aged 71. 

GRANT, CHARLES CHRISTIE, M.B., C.M. 1887. 

Edinburgh ; Cymmer, Glam. 

GRANT, CHARLES MARTIN, M.A. 1865. 

Minister of St. Andrew's Church, Halifax, Nova Scotia, 1866-68; Missionary 

Professor in the General Assembly's College, Calcutta, 1868-71; Minister of 

St Mary's Parish, Partick, 1872-77; Minister of St. Mark's Parish, Dundee, 

since 1877. 

GRANT, CHARLES STUART, M.D. 1822, C.M. 1825. 

"Scotus" [Grad. Alb.]. 

GRANT, COLQUHOUN, M.D. 1833. 

"Scotus" [Grad. Alb.]. 

GRANT, DAVID, M.B., C.M. 1880. 

Medical Missionary of English Presbyterian Church to Amoy, China ; 
Inverness. 



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GRANT, FRANK LAURIE, M.A. 1891. 

Master in the Mathematical and Science Department of Glasgow High 
School. 

GRANT, GEORGE MONRO, M.A. 1857, D.D. 1878. 

Minister of Georgetown and St. Peter's Road, Prince Edward Island, 
1861-63; Minister of St. Matthew's, Halifax, Nova Scotia, 1863-77 ; Principal and 
Primarius Professor of Divinity in University of Queen's College, Kingston, 
Ontario, Canada, since 1877; born at Stellarton, Pictou, Nova Scotia, 22nd 
December, 1835. 

GRANT, JAMES, D.D. 1842. 

Minister of (i) South Leith, 1824-43, ( 2 ) St. Mary's, Edinburgh, 1843-71 ; 
resigned 1871; died 28th July, 1890, aged 90; D.C.L. Oxon. 1854. 

GRANT, JAMES BELL, M.A. 1883, B.D. 1887. 

Minister of St. Stephen's Parish, Glasgow. 

GRANT, JAMES HOME, M.A. 1889. 

Licentiate of the Church of Scotland, and Stockbroker in Glasgow. 

GRANT, JAMES ROBB, M.A. 1826. 

Minister of Buittle ; died there, 8th May, 1889, aged 82. 

GRANT, JOHN, B.L. 1892. 

Writer, Glasgow. 

GRANT, JOHN HOWITT, M.A. 1896. 

Licentiate of the U.P. Church. 

GRANT, JOHN M. C, M.D. 1837. 

"Hibernus" [Grad. Alb.]. 

GRANT, PETER NAPIER, M.B., CM. 1892. 

Queensbury, Yorks. ; Lenzie. 

GRANT, STEPHEN, M.D. 1783. 

"Hibernus" [Grad. Alb.]. 

GRANT, WALTER GORDON, M.D. 1835. 

"Hibernicus" [Grad. Alb.]. 

GRANT, WILLIAM. M.A, 1766. 

"Natu minimus Lucae Armig. in Urbe de Cork in Hibernia" [Matric. Alb. 
1764]; matriculated at Christ Church, Oxford, loth September, 1763, aged 17; 
afterwards Student of Theology in Glasgow University; complained against 
"for breaking a Sedan Chair," but Libel found not proved [Univ. Minutes, 
3ist March, 2nd April, 3rd April, and 7th April, 1767]; charged with fighting 
a duel, and fined Three Guineas by the University [Univ. Minutes, 4th May, 
7th May, and i2th June, 1767]. 

GRANT, WILLIAM, M.B., C.M. 1871, M.D. 1890. 

Glasgow; Blantyre. 



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GRAY, ADAM, M.A. 1871. 

U.P. Minister at (i) Sutton, (2) Kirn. 

GRAY, ALBERT ALEXANDER, M.B., C.M. 1890, M.D. 1896. 

Glasgow ; Blackburn ; Glasgow. 

GRAY, ALEXANDER, M.A. 1782. 

"Natus in parochia et comitatu de Lanark films Natu secundus Jacobi 
V.D.M. in parochia supradict." [Matric. Alb. 1776]. 

GRAY, ALEXANDER, D.D. 1828. 

Minister of Kincardine, Blair Drumraond, 1813-63; died 3oth September, 
1863, aged 90. 

GRAY, ALEXANDER, M.D. 1832. 

Lanark; died loth October, 1896. 

GRAY, ALEXANDER, B.A. 1846, M.A. 1848. 

Presbyterian Minister at (i) Minterburn, 1850-65, (2) Belfast, 1865-88; 
died 6th February, 1888. 

GRAY, ALEXANDER, M.B., C.M. 1878. 

Nelson, Lanes.; New Church there; Dalton-in-Furness there; Bradford, 
Yorks. 

GRAY, ALEXANDER CUTHILL, M.D. 1860, C.M. 1868. 

Glasgow; London; New Zealand; Selby, Yorks.; died May, 1880. 

GRAY, ALEXANDER DALRYMPLE, M.A. 1871. 

Missionary of U.P. Church to Rajpootana, India, 1875-88; U.P. Minister 
at Holywell, Cumberland, 1891-92; English Presbyterian Minister at Penrith 
since 1892. 

GRAY, ALEXANDER MITCHELL, B.L. 1891. 

Writer, Glasgow. 

GRAY, ANDREW, M.A. 1876, LL.D. 1896. 

Private Assistant and Secretary to Sir William Thomson (Lord Kelvin), 
Professor of Natural Philosophy in Glasgow University, 1874-80; Official Assistant 
to same, 1880-84; Professor of Physics in University College of North Wales, 
Bangor, since 1884; F.R.S. 1896; Examiner for Degrees in Arts (1892-95), 
Medicine (since 1893), and Science (since 1894) in Glasgow University. 

GRAY, ANDREW, M.B., C.M. 1886. 

Ship Surgeon ; Attercliffe, Yorks. ; Old Cumnock ; Hull. 

GRAY, ANDREW, M.A. 1888. 

Teacher in (i) Milton Public School, Glasgow, 1882-94, (2) Napiershall 
School there since 1894. 

GRAY, CHARLES, M.D. 1838. 

"Hibernus" [Grad. Alb.]. 

GRAY, CHARLES, M.B., C.M. 1886. 

Salford, Lanes. 



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GRAY, DAVID, M.A. 1835. 

Son of Alexander Gray, D.D. (q.v.); followed no profession; emigrated to 
New Zealand; address (1896), Marine Parade, Ponsonby, Auckland. 

GRAY, DAVID CRAIGIE, M.B., CM. 1889. 

Glasgow; U.P. Missionary to China. 

GRAY, DONALD, M.A. 1884. 

F.C. Minister of Logic and Gauldry, Cupar-Fife. 

GRAY, DUNDAS M'QUEEN, M.D., C.M. 1824. 

"Scotus" [Grad. Alb.]. 

GRAY, EDWARD, C.M. 1837. 

"Hibernus" [Grad. Alb.]. 

GRAY, EDWARD WILLIAM, M.D. 1845. 

"Anglus" [Grad. Alb.]. 

GRAY, GEORGE, D.D. 1840. 

Minister of (i) Eckford, 1822-28, (2) Maybole, 1828-40; Professor of Oriental 
Languages in Glasgow University, 1839-50; died at Moffat, 23rd June, 1850, 
aged 53. 

GRAY, HARRY ST. CLAIR, M.B., C.M. 1886, M.D. 1888. 

Ship Surgeon ; Dublin ; Glasgow : sometime Lecturer on Midwifery in 
Western Medical School and (1894-96) Assistant to Professor Murdoch Cameron 
(q.v.). 

GRAY, JAMES.. M.A. 1793. 

Minister (i) in Washington, N.Y., (2) of an Associate Reformed Church in 
Philadelphia; also conductor of a Classical Academy; afterwards resident in 
Baltimore, where he devoted himself to the study of special subjects in Theology ; 
born in Ireland, 25th December, 1770: died at Gettysburg, Pa., 2oth September, 
1824. 

GRAY, JAMES, M.A. 1812. 

"F. n. 2 dus Jacobi Agricolae, Blackford, Perth" [Matric. Alb. 1807]. 

GRAY, JAMES, M.A. 1884, B.D. 1887. 

Minister of (i) U.P. Church, Cathcart, (2) Union Church, Valparaiso. 

GRAY, JAMES HUNTER, M.A. 1892. 

l>arrister-at-Law, London ; B.Sc. Lond. 

GRAY, JAMES NEILSON, M.A. 1895. 

Student of Law. 

GRAY, JAMES RODERICK, M.D. 1841. 

Glasgow; Liverpool; died 1895; son of Alexander Gray, D.D. (q.v.). 

GRAY, JAMES ST. CLAIR, M.B., C.M. 1869, M.D. 1871. 

Glasgow: Assistant to (i) Professor Harry Rainy (q.v.), 1869-72, and 

(2) Professor Andrew Buchanan (q.v.), 1872-74; died nth December, 1874, 
aged 27. 



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GRAY, JOHN, M.A. 1745. 

"Filius Niniani Gray in Urbe Perth" [Matric. Alb. 1742]. 

GRAY, SIR JOHN, M.D., CM. 1839. 

Obtained Hospital appointment in Dublin, 1839; Joint Proprietor of the 

Dublin Freeman's Journal, 1841 ; Sole Proprietor, 1850; Knighted, 1863; M.P. 

for Kilkenny City, 1865-75; born at Claremorris, Co. Mayo, 1816; died at 

Bath, gth April, 1875. 

GRAY, JOHN, M.D. 1860. 

Glasgow; Armadale ; Wishaw; Coatbridge ; died i3th October, 1864. 

GRAY, JOHN, M.A. 1882. 

U.P. Minister at Baillieston. 

GRAY, JOHN, M.A. 1882, B.U. 1885. 

U.P. Minister of (i) Relief Church, Irvine, (2) St. George's Road Church, 
Glasgow. 

GRAY, JOHN, M.A. 1884. 

U.P. Minister at Rothesay, 1886 to 1888; resigned then on account of 
ill-health, and went to reside at Hillhead, Carluke; died there, 2nd March, 
1895, aged 38. 

GRAY, JOHN, B.Sc. 1894. 

Private Secretary to Lord Kelvin (q-v.). 

GRAY, JOHN, M.A. 1896. 

Student of Law. 

GRAY, JOHN GILCHRIST, M.B., C.M. 1889. 

Ship Surgeon ; Glasgow. 

GRAY, ROBERT, M.A. 1770. 

" Scotus " [Grad. Alb.]. 

GRAY, ROBERT, M.A. 1815. 

Possibly the same person as Robert Gray, Irish Presbyterian Minister at 
(i) Scriggan, 1819-33, ( 2 ) Burt > l8 33'S7 > died igth October, 1857. 

GRAY, SAMUEL, M.A. 1783. 

"Hibernus" [Grad. Alb.]. 

GRAY, THOMAS, B.Sc. 1878. 

Instructor in Telegraphy in the Imperial College of Engineering, Tokio, 
Japan, 1878-81; Representative of the Engineers throughout the manufacture 
and laying of the Commercial Co.'s Atlantic Cables, 1882-84; Private Assistant 
to Sir William Thomson (Lord Kelvin), Professor of Natural Philosophy in 
Glasgow University, 1884-87 ; Professor of Dynamical Engineering in the Rose 
Polytechnic Institute, Terre Haute, Indiana, U.S.A., since 1887. 

GRAY, WILLIAM, M.A. 1881. 

Minister of (i) Maisondieu U.P. Church, Brechin, 1885-96, (2) U.P. 
Church, Cambuslang, since 1896. 



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GRAY, WILLIAM LEWIS, M.B., CM. 1885. 

Glasgow; Surgeon-Captain, Array. 
GRAYDON, ALEXANDER, M.D. 1835. 

"Hibernus" [Grad. Alb.]. 

GREEN, EDWARD FREDERICK SEAGER, M.B., CM. 1874, M.D. 1885. 

Overtown, Lanarkshire ; Bentham, Yorks. ; Clapham, Yorks. ; Woodbridge, 
Suffolk ; London. 

GREEN, GEORGE KILGOUR, M.A. 1890. 

Minister of English Presbyterian Church at Kendal. 

GREEN, HENRY, M.A. 1825. 

Minister of the Old Presbyterian Chapel, Knutsford, Cheshire, 1827-72; born 
near Penshurst, Kent, 23rd June, 1801 ; died at Knutsford, gih August, 1873. 

GREEN, JOHN, M.D., CM. 1826. 

Xewton-in-Mackerfield, Lanes.; died 22nd December, 1858, aged 56. 

GREEN, JOHN ANGUS, M.B., CM. 1891. 

Cornsay, Co. Durham; Galston ; Glenluce; Glasgow. 

GREEN, JOSEPH, M.B., CM. 1896. 

Partick. 

GREEN, MARLBOROUGH, M.A. 1734. 

"Ang. Hib. F. Roberti Green de Longford" [Matric. Alb. 1731]. 

GREEN, THOMAS HILL, LL.D. 1875. 

Fellow of Balliol College, Oxford, 1860-82; Whyte Professor of Moral 
Philosophy, 1878-82; born at Birkin, Yorkshire, 7th April, 1836; died 26th 
March, 1882; B.A. Oxon. 1859; M.A. 1862. 

GREEN, THOMAS WIMPENNEY, M.D. 1864. 

Rawtenstall, Lanes. 

GREENER, MICHAEL HINDMARSH, M.B., CM. 1884. 

Cni-viirr: 

GREENHEAD, CHARLES, M.D. 1825. 

Hurstbourne Park, Hants. 

GREENHILL, ROBERT, M.B., CM. 1887. 

Glasgow. 

GREENHORNE, WILLIAM, M.A. 1887. 

Assistant Teacher in Whiteinch Public School, 1878-87; Classical and 
Mathematical Master in Bellahouston Academy, 1887-94; Head Master of 
Whiteinch Public School since 1894. 

GREENLEES, WILLIAM, M.D. 1854. 

French Transport Service; Glasgow; died at 12 Cumin Place, Edinburgh, 
8th May, 1891, aged 58. 

GREENSHIELDS, JAMES, M.A. 1885, B.D. 1889. 

F.C. Minister at Muirkirk. 



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GREENSHIELDS, ROBERT, M.A. 1888. 

English Presbyterian Minister at (i) Hanley, (2) St. George's, Liverpool. 

GREER, ALEXANDER, M.D. 1838. 

"Hibernus" [Grad. Alb.]. 

GREER, DAVID, M.A. 1794. 

"Hibernus" [Grad. Alb.]. 

GREER, SAMUEL MACURDY, M.A. 1828. 

Barrister-at-Lavv in Dublin and on the North-West Circuit ; held office 

successively as Crown Prosecutor for Co. Tyrone, Recorder of Londonderry, 

and County Court Judge of Counties Cavan and Leitrim ; at one time M.P. 

for Co. Deny; died 23rd November, 1881, aged 71. 

GREER, WILLIAM, M.A. 1782. 

" Filius natu Tertius Jacobi Artificis in Parochia de Saul in Comitatu de 
Down in Hibernia" [Matric. Alb. 1781]. 

GREG, FAVOUR JAMES, M.A. 1869. 

Snell Exhibitioner, 1866; Studied for U.P. Ministry; born at Glasgow, 
ist March, [846; died suddenly at Oxford, 22nd May, 1870. 

GREGG, ALEXANDER BAIRD, C.M. 1825. 

Auchinleck; died 7th January, 1848, aged 53. 

"Hear lies the dust of A. B. Gregg, 

Wha was a skilly doctor ; 
His labours he did freely gie, 

It wasna gowd he wrought for. 

"A fee he seldom ever sought 

And ne'er frae a puir body ; 
Was weel content gif he gat food, 

And whiles a glass o' toddy. 

" As lang's he dwalt among us here, 

Baith rich and puir did bless him ; 
And noo that he's been ta'en awa' 

At-weel-a-wat we miss him." 

[Epitaph in Auchinleck Churchyard.] 

GREGG, JOHN HUNTER, B.A. 1848. 

Sometime Assistant to the Presbyterian Minister of Trenta, Letterkenny, 

Co. Donegal, Ireland; thereafter Minister in America; resident (July, 1896) at 

221 North Ashland Avenue, Chicago, U.S.A. ; born at Moneylaggin, Letterkenny, 

1827. 

GREGG, THOMAS, M.D. 1838. 

Cork; died i2th March, 1877. 

GREGG, WILLIAM, B.A. 1843. 

(i) Minister of the Second or Cooke's Church in Toronto; (2) Professor of 
Apologetics in the Knox College there ; born near Ramelton, Co. Donegal, 
Ireland, 1824. 



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GREGOR, ROBERT, M.A. 1809. 

"F. n. 5 WS Jacobi Agricolae Methven Perth" [Matric. Alb. 1805]. 

GREGORY. ALEXANDER, M.A. 1880. 

English Presbyterian Minister at (i) Wooler, (2) Amoy, China, (3) Wooler 
again. 

GREGORY, THOMAS. M.A. 1880. 

F.C. Minister at Kilmalcolm ; Snell Exhibitioner, 1875; B.A. Oxon. 1879; 
M.A. 1883. 

GREGSON, THOMAS WILLIAM, M.B., C.M. 1880. 

Blackburn. 

GREIG, CHRISTOPHER, M.A. 1794. 

Minister of (i) Dunfermline Chapel, (2) Dysart, (3) Leslie, (4) St. 
Xinians, (5) Free St. Ninians ; died nth April, 1844, aged 70. 

GREIG, JOHN, M.A. 1824. 

Congregational Minister, Birmingham ; died 1828. 

GREIG, JOHN, M.A. 1886. 

Teacher in (i) Church Street Public School, Partick. till 1890, (2) 
Blackness Public School, Dundee, since then. 

GREIVE, GEORGE. M.A. 1766. 

Native of Alnwick ; engaged in revolutionary movements, and became the 
persecutor of Madame Du Barry; emigrated to America, 1780; took up abode 
in Paris, 1783; returned to America, and resided at Alexandria, Virginia; 
eventually settled at Brussels and died there, 22nd February, 1809. 

GREVILLE, ROBERT KAYE, LL.D. 1824. 

Of Edinburgh ; Botanist ; Author of Scottish Cryptogamic Flora, Flora 
Edimnsis, etc., etc.; born at Bishop Auckland, i3th December, 1794; died 
at Edinburgh, 4th June, 1866. 

GRIBBEN, HENRY, M.D. 1844. 

Glasgow. 

GRIER, ALEXANDER, M.D. 1847. 

"Scotus" [Grad. Alb.]. 

GRIER, JAMES, M.D. 1787. 

"Hibernus" [Grad. Alb.]. 

GRIER, JOHN, M.A. 1811. 

"Filius Natu Maximus Archibald! Agricolae in parochia de Rashaikin in 
comitatu de Antrim '' [Matric. Alb. 1808]. 

GRIER, JOHN. M.A. 1814. 

" Filius Natu Maximus Roberti Agricolae in parochia de Rashaikin in 
comitatu de Antrim" [Matric. Alb. 1811]. 

GRIER. WILLIAM FISHER, M.B., C.M. 1890. 

Aberdare ; New York, U.S.A. 



240 ROLL OF GRADUATES 

GRIERSON, ALEXANDER, M.A. 1842. 

F.C. Minister at Kirkpatrick-Irongray ; died 5th May, 1880. 

GRIERSON, JOHN, D.D. 1835. 

Minister of (i) Dunning, (2) Dunblane; died 2ist August, 1840, aged 48. 

GRIEVE, JAMES MUIR, M.A. 1888. 

U.P. Medical Missionary to Manchuria; M.B. Edin. 1895. 

GRIEVE, JOHN, M.A., M.D. 1777. 

Native of Peeblesshire; Licentiate (1786) of the Royal College of Physicians, 
London; settled in Russia; died circa 1807. 

GRIEVE, JOHN, M.A. 1846, M.D. 1850. 

Glasgow; died there, i6th April, 1896, aged 68. 

GRIEVE, ROBERT, M.D. 1861. 

Assistant Surgeon, R.N., 1861-63 (served against Taiping Rebels, 1862); 
Assistant Surgeon, tst Adrn. Bat. E. York Rifle Volunteers, 1864-75; ave surgical 
assistance in Orangeries Hospital for wounded at Darmstadt, 1870; Medical 
Superintendent of Metropolitan Asylums' Hospital at Hampstead, 1870, and 
of Berbice Public Lunatic Asylum, 1875; Surgeon-General, British Guiana, 1885. 
retired 1894; sometime Surgeon-General of Georgetown, Mil.; a M.C.P. for 
the Colony, and Chairman of Health, etc., Boards; C.M.G. 1894; born 1839. 

GRIEVE, ROBERT, M.A. 1889, M.B., C.M. 1893. 

Glasgow. 

GRIEVE, WALLACE, M.B., C.M. 1870. 

Port-Glasgow; Hindpool, Lanes.; Barrow-in-Furness ; died 1882. 

GRIFFIN, DANIEL, M.D. 1838. 

Limerick; died 3ist July, 1863. 

GRIFFITH, GRIFFITH RICHARD, M.B., C.M. 1876. 

Cumamman, South Wales; Carnarvon; J.P. 

GRIFFITH, WILLIAM MATTHIAS, M.A. 1886. 

Minister at (i) Llanrhaiaor, Oswestry, (2) Clynnog, Carnarvon, (3) Dyffryn, 
Merioneth. 

GRIFFITHS, GRIFFITH (Rev.), M.B., C.M. 1878. 

Wignedd, Anglesey ; Mawphlung, Assam, E. Indies ; Cherrapoonjee there. 

GRIFFITHS, JOHN HUGHES, M.A. 1869. 

Presbyterian Minister at (i) Berriew and Montgomery, (2) Colwyn Bay, 

(3) Rhondda Valley, (4) Pembroke Dock, (5) Walnut Hills, Cincinnati, U.S.A. 

GRIGSBY, WILLIAM EBENEZER, M.A. 1867. 

Barrister-at-Law ; Professor of International Law in Jeddo University, 1874- 
80; now Judge in Cyprus; B.A. Oxon. 1873; B.C.L. 1879; LL.B. Lond. 1879; 
LL.D. 1880. 

GRIME, JOHN, M.B., C.M. 1866, M.D. 1868. 

Blackburn; died March, 1892, aged 48. 



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GRIME, THOMAS JACKSON, M.B., CM. 1882, M.D. 1888. 

Stalmine, Lanes. ; Ingleton, Yorks. ; Hawes, Yorks. 

GRIMSHAW, JOHN, M.A. 1734. 

"Ang. Gull. F. in Par. de Brindle in Com. Lancaster" [Matric. Alb. 1732]. 

GROOME, WALTER, M.B., CM. 1889. 

London. 

GROSS, REUBEN, M.D. 1862. 

Liverpool. 

GROSSART, WILLIAM, CM. 1837. 

Whitburn ; Carluke; Holytown; died 3rd May, 1883. 

GROSVENOR, WILLIAM CLAYTON, M.A, 1887. 

M.B. Edin. 1891; M.D. 1895; Glasgow; Manchester. 

GROVE, SIR GEORGE, LL.D. 1886. 

Educated as a Civil Engineer, and was for some time on staff of late 
Robert Stephenson; Secretary to Society of Arts, 1848-52; Secretary of Crystal 
Palace Co.. 1852-73, and a Director thereof, 1873-78; Editor of Macmillaris 
Magazine for several years, and also of the Dictionary of Music and Musicians ; 
Founder and Honorary Secretary of Palestine Exploration Fund, 1865; Director 
of the Royal College of Music, London, 1882-94; K.B. 1883; C.B. (Civil), 1894; 
born 1820. 

GROVE, WILLIAM, M.B., CM. 1895. 

Broughton Cross, Cumberland. 

GUINNESS, ARTHUR GRATTAN, M.D. 1836. 

Exeter ; Reading ; Cheltenham ; London ; Oxford ; Cheltenham. 

GUN, WILLIAM GORDON, M.D. 1835. 

Greenock; Surgeon, Civil Service; died 26th March, 1866. 

GUNN, ANDREW FRANCIS WILSON, M.B., CM. 1896. 

Glasgow. 

GUNN, ARCHIBALD REID, M.B., CM. 1887. 

Glasgow; Tarporley, Cheshire; Kitta, Gold Coast, W. Africa; Glasgow 
(sometime Lecturer on Mental Diseases, etc., in Western Medical School). 
GUNN, DANIEL, M.A. 1870. 

Minister of (i) Free Church, Dumbarton, (2) English Presbyterian Church, 
Lewes, Sussex; born 1843; died 27th June, 1893. 

GUNN, JOHN, M.B., CM. 1876. 

Dundee; Kaikoura, Marlborough, N. Zealand. 

GUNN, JOHN, B.L. 1893. 

Writer, Glasgow. 

GUNN, RONALD J. W., M.D. 1848. 

Brisbane, Australia. 



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GUNN, WILLIAM, C.M. 1824, M.D. 1835. 

Deputy Inspector-General, R.N. ; Rochester; died 2nd December, 1890, 
aged 86. 

GUNSON, ERNEST SHERWOOD, M.A. 1891. 

Minister of Clydebank since 1895. 

GUPTA, PYARI MOHAN, M.B., C.M. 1880. 

Address in University General Council Register, 70 Gloucester Road, 
London, N.W. ; but probably returned to Dacca, Bengal, his native place. 

GUTHRIE, GEORGE, M.A. 1880, LL.B. 1883. 

Writer, Glasgow. 

GUTHRIE, HUGH MILLER, M.A. 1882. 

Barrister-at-Law, London. 

GUTHRIE, JAMES, M.D. 1840. 

"India Occident." [Grad. Alb.]. 

GUTHRIE, JOHN, M.B., C.M. 1874, M.D. 1876. 

Christchurch, Canterbury, N.Z. ; Akaroa there ; Christchurch. 

GUTHRIE, THOMAS ORR, M.B., C.M. 1876, M.D. 1882. 

Lincoln, Canterbury, N.Z. ; Lyttleton there. 

GUY, JOHN, M.B., C.M. 1894. 

New Curanock; Maybole. 

GUY, JOHN CRAWFORD, M.A. 1880, LL.B. 1884. 

Advocate, Edinburgh. 

GUY, ROBERT, M.B., C.M. 1892. 

Ship Surgeon; died at Lagos, Africa, on board S.S. " Loanda," ist June, 
1894, aged 23. 

GWYNN, GEORGE, M.A. 1744. 

"Ex Parochia de Urney in Com. de Tyron in Hib." [Matric. Alb. 1741]. 

GYLES, JOHN, M.D. 1731. 

Of Newbury, Berkshire. 

HADDEN, DAVID, M.D. 1846. 

Castletownsend, Co. Cork; Skibbereen, same Co.; died 1878. 

HADDEN, DAVID, M.D. 1854. 

Glasgow ; Falkirk. 

HADDON, ADAM, M.D. 1839. 

Bridlington, Yorks. 

HADDOW, GEORGE, M.B., C.M. 1882. 

Kilmarnock ; Glasgow ; Ship Surgeon ; Devizes ; London ; Torquay ; Bir- 
mingham. 

HADDOW, ROBERT WILSON TAYLOR, M.B., C.M. 1886. 

London : Birmingham. 



ROLL OF GRADUATES 243 

HADFIELD, ROBERT, B.A. 1833. 

" Filius natu maximus Georgii, Scribae, in com. de Lancaster " [Matric. Alb. 
1830]. 

HAIG, MAHAM, M.D. 1807. 

" Filius natu secundus Georgii, Medici in Charlestown in Carolina Meridionali 
in America" [Matric. Alb. 1803]. 

HAIG, THOMAS ARTHUR, M.B., CM. 1889. 

^'ibsey, Yorks. ; Kilraalcolm ; Volksrust, Wakkerstroom, S. Africa ; Troye- 
ville, Johannesburg there. 

HAIGH, BENJAMIN BENTLEY, LL.D. 1863. 

Congregational Minister at Tadcaster, 1828-45 > thereafter Teacher in Brarn- 
ham College, Yorkshire; died i2th July, 1869, aged 65. 

HAINING, JAMES, M.B., CM. 1869, M.D. 1876. 

Hexham; Earlston, Berwickshire; died 29th October, 1884. 

HAIR, JAMES, M.D. 1860. 

Dunblane ; Bures-St.-Mary, Suffolk ; Peterborough ; London ; Brinklow, 
Warwickshire. 

HAIRBY, WILLIAM, M.A., M.D. 1776. 

"Anglus" [Grad. Alb.]. 

HAKE, THOMAS GORDON, M.D. 1831. 

Bury St. Edmunds ; Putney Heath, Surrey ; London ; poet and litterateur ; 
awarded Civil List pension, 1893; died nth January, 1895, aged 85. 

HALAHAN, GEORGE AUGUSTUS FREDERICK, M.D. 1835. 

Dublin; died 3rd August, 1866. 

HALAHAN, JOHN HENRY, M.D. 1849. 

"Hibernus" [Grad. Alb.]. 

HALDANE, WILLIAM, M.B., CM. 1872, M.D. 1876. 

Glasgow ; Braemar ; Bridge of Allan. 

HALIDAY, ALEXANDER, M.A., M.D. 1751. 

Physician in Belfast ; a prominent Irish politician ; born circa 1728 ; died 28th 
April, 1802. 

HALIDAY, WILLIAM, M.A. 1782. 

" Natus in Hybernia, Filius Natu Quartus Roberti nuper in Oppido de Belfast 
et in comitatu de Antrim" [Matric. Alb. 1779]. 

HALKET, GEORGE, M.B., CM. 1873, M.D. 1882. 

Ship Surgeon; Glasgow. 

HALL, ANDREW HALLIDAY, CM. 1826. 

"Scotus" [Grad. Alb.]. 

HALL, ANDREW JOHNSTON, M.A. 1871, M.B., CM. 1875, M.D. 1878. 

Glasgow ; Rothesay. 



244 ROLL OF GRADUATES 

HALL, CHARLES HERBERT, M.B., CM. 1890. 

Manchester; Watford, Herts. 

HALL, HECTOR, M.A. 1884. 

Minister of (i) Free Church, Beith, (2) St. James' Free Church, Glasgow 
(resigned 2oth September, 1887), (3) Second Presbyterian Church, Troy, N.Y., 
U.S.A. 

HALL, HUGH, M.D. 1791. 

"Ex India Occidental!" [Grad. Alb.]. 

HALL, JAMES, M.D. 1840. 

"Anglus" [Grad. Alb.]; "A Government Officer" [Univ. Minute, 23rd 
March, 1840]. 

HALL, JOHN, M.D. 1859. 

Glasgow ; London. 

HALL, JOHN, M.D., CM. 1863. 

Nottingham; Ruddington, Notts.; died 2nd June, 1884, aged 41. 

HALL, JOHN, M.A. 1894. 

Teacher in (i) Kilmarnock, (2) Irvine. 

HALL, PATRICK, M.A. 1766. 

" Filius natu maximus Gulielmi quondam Agricolae in Comitatu de Donnegal 
Hib." [Matric. Alb. 1763], 

HALL, RICHARD, M.D., CM. 1862. 

London ; Staff-Assistant-Surgeon, Army. 

HALL, ROBERT, M.A. 1780. 

Secession Minister at Kelso; died 5th July, 1831, aged 73. 

HALL, ROBERT, CM. 1839. 

"Hibernus" [Grad. Alb.]. 

HALL, WILLIAM, M.A. 1775. 

"Filius natu maximus Alexandri in Parochia de Billy, Com. de Antrim, 
Hibernia" [Matric. Alb. 1772]. 

HALL, WILLIAM, M.A. 1817, M.D. 1822. 

Glasgow; Exeter; died 3rd December, 1869, aged 69. 

HALL, WILLIAM, M.A. 1885. 

Licentiate of the Church of Scotland. 

HALL, WILLIAM HENRY, M.D. 1842. 

Wareham, Dorset; London; Bath; St. Leonard's-on-Sea ; died 24th March, 
1891, aged 72. 

HALLETT, CHARLES HENRY, M.B., C.M. 1889. 

Axminster; Earlsland, Devonshire; Harrogate. 



ROLL OF GRADUATES 245 

HALLEY, JAMES, B.A. 1831. 

" The man who beat Tail " (see CANTERBURY, ARCHBISHOP OF) ; Student of 

Divinity till 1836; born at Glasgow (son of Thomas Halley, guard of Glasgow and 

Perth stage-coach), xyth January, 1814; died there of consumption (after a three 

years' residence in Madeira in search of health), i6th March, 1841. 

HALLIDAY, ANDREW, M.B., CM. 1888. 

Dumfries ; Brandon Colliery, Durham; Lower Steniacke, Colchester, Nova 
Scotia. 

HALLIDAY, JOHN HATCHELL, M.D. 1847. 

Belfast; died nth September, 1866. 

HALLIDAY, ROBERT TAYLOR, M.B., C.M. 1889. 

Ship Surgeon; Paisley; Glasgow; Lochgoilhead. 

HALLINAN, DANIEL, M.D., C.M. 1864. 

Longton, Staffs. 

HALLY, GEORGE, M.A. 1887. 

Head Master of Harmony Row Public School, Govan ; died at Uddingston, 
igth June, 1894, aged 37. 

HALLY, SIMON, M.A. 1871. 

Minister of (i) Kinlochbervie, (2) Kinlochluichart ; born 1837; died 3oth 
October, 1880. 

HALLYDAY WILLIAM, M.A. 1729. 

"Ang." [Matric. Alb. 1726]. 

HAMILL, HUGH, M.A. 1816. 

Irish Presbyterian Minister at Bushmills, 1820-64; died 3ist March, 1864. 

HAMILL, JAMES CLARKE, M.D., C.M. 1843. 

Ballycastle, Co. Antrim. 

HAMILL, SAMUEL, M.A. 1813. 

"Filius Natu Minimus Joannis Agricolae in parochia de Billy in comitatu 
de Antrim" [Matric. Alb. 1810]. 

HAMILTON, ADAM, M.B., C.M. 1885. 

Armley, Yorks. ; Wortley there ; Worcester. 

HAMILTON, ALEXANDER, LL.B. 1835. 

W.S., Edinburgh; born 1797; died ist January, 1884. 

HAMILTON, ALEXANDER, M.A. 1851, D.D. 1872. 

Minister of (i) U.P. Church, Kilmarnock, (2) Trinity Presbyterian Church, 
Brighton ; retired 1896. 

HAMILTON, ALEXANDER MITCHELL, M.A. 1891, LL.B. 1895. 

Advocate, Edinburgh. 

HAMILTON, ANDREW, M.A. 1770. 

"Filius natu secundus Francisci de Mullivourny Armig. in Parochia de 
Dromore in Com. de Tyrone Hibernia" [Matric. Alb. 1769]. 



246 ROLL OF GRADUATES 

HAMILTON, ANDREW, M.A. 1776. 

" Natus in Hibernia filius natu maximus defuncti Johannis viri Reverend! 
Rectoris de New Castle Comitatu de Limerick" [Matric. Alb. 1774]. 

HAMILTON, ANDREW, M.A. 1798. 

Minister of High Church, Kilmarnock; died nth June, 1839, aged 67. 

HAMILTON, ANDREW SMITH, M.D. 1842, CM. 1847. 

Fahan, Co. Donegal; died 1872. 

HAMILTON, ARCHIBALD, M.A. 1756. 

" Filius natu maximus Viri Reverendi Gulielmi Hamilton V.D.M. in Parochia 
de Douglass" [Matric. Alb. 1750], 

HAMILTON, BENJAMIN USHER, M.D. 1837. 

"Hibernicus" [Grad Alb.]. 

HAMILTON, DUNBAR. See SELKIRK, EARL OF. 

HAMILTON, GAVIN, C.M. 1832. 

Probably Kirkcudbright. 

HAMILTON, GEORGE, M.A. 1775, D.D. 1804. 

Minister of Gladsmuir, 1790-1832; died 4th September, 1832, aged 76; 
referred to in Burns' " Reply to a Reproof." 

HAMILTON, GEORGE, M.D., C.M. 1833. 

Probably Falkirk. 

HAMILTON, HENRY, M.A. 1888. 

Minister of South U.P. Church, Auchterarder. 

HAMILTON, HENRY MONTEITH, D.D. 1889. 

Minister of Hamilton. 

HAMILTON, HUGH ARCHIBALD, M.A. 1892. 

Law Clerk, Edinburgh; LL.B. Edin. (with distinction) 1896. 

HAMILTON, HUGH COLQUHOUN, M.A. 1888, LL.B. 1889. 

Writer, Glasgow. 

HAMILTON, JAMES, M.A. 1773. 

"Filius unicus Roberti Agricolae in Parochia de Ardboe in Comitatu de 
Tyrone in Hibernia" [Matric. Alb. 1772]. 

HAMILTON, JAMES, M.A. 1783, D.D. 1814. 

Minister of (i) Shotts, (2) Lesmahagow; died 8th June, 1838, aged 76. 

HAMILTON, JAMES, M.D. 1801. 

"Hibernus" [Grad. Alb.]. 

HAMILTON, JAMES, B.A. 1856, M.A. 1857. 

Sometime Assistant to Minister of Galston; thereafter Missionary to the 
Miners of West Plean, Bannockburn ; left in 1870 owing to ill-health, and resided 
with a brother at Rench Farm, Strathaven ; died circa 1885. 



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HAMILTON, JAMES, M.A. 1872. ' 

Minister of (i) Langside, Glasgow, (2) St. Leonards, Lanark. 

HAMILTON, JAMES, M.B., CM. 1880. 

Glasgow. 

HAMILTON, JAMES, M.A. 1881. 

(i) Senior Mathematical Master in Kensington Grammar School; (2) Senior 

Mathematical Master in Islington Grammar School; (3) Army Class Master in 

Portsmouth Grammar School ; (4) Army Tutor, Capt. James's, London ; (5) Chief 

Master of the Army Class in Shrewsbury Schools. 

HAMILTON, JAMES, M.B., CM. 1883. 

Haltwhistle, Cumberland; Patna, Ayrshire; Beith; died there, ijth May, 
1888. 

HAMILTON, JAMES MUIR, B.D. 1883. 

(M.A. Edin. 1878); Church of Scotland Missionary at Calcutta, 1884-90; 
Barrister-at-Law, London, since 1894. 

HAMILTON, JOHN, M.A. 1733. 

HAMILTON, JOHN (primus), M.A. 1737. 

"Sco. Hib." [Grad. Alb.]. 

HAMILTON, JOHN (secundus), M.A. 1737. 

HAMILTON, JOHN, M.A. 1750. 

HAMILTON, JOHN, D.D. 1776. 

Minister of (i) Barony, (2) Cathedral Church, Glasgow; Dean of Faculties 
in the University, 1766-8, and 1770-1; died 3rd February, 1780, aged 67. 

HAMILTON, JOHN, M.A. 1812. 

Irish Presbyterian Minister at Crossroads (Mountjoy), 1821-74; died i8th 
June, 1874. 

HAMILTON, JOHN, M.A, 1815. 

Possibly the same person as John Hamilton, Irish Presbyterian Minister 
at Turlough, 1824-54, who died May, 1854. 

HAMILTON, JOHN, M.D. 1835. 

Omagh, Co. Tyrone; died 1857. 

HAMILTON, JOHN BROWN, M.A. 1883, B.D. 1886. 

(i) Assistant Master in Craigmount School, Edinburgh; (2) Senior English 
Master in Merchiston Castle School there ; (3) Head Master of St. Mary's School, 
Melrose. 

HAMILTON, JOHN TRAVIS, M.D. 1854. 

Dublin. 

HAMILTON, MATHIE, M.D. 1842. 

Glasgow; previously (1826-48) Physician, Military Hospitals, Peru; died 
1869. 



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HAMILTON, PATRICK, B.Sc. 1894. 

Electrical Engineer, (i) as Assistant in Lord Kelvin's Standardizing Laboratory, 
Cambridge Street, Glasgow, (2) as Chief of Testing Department of Malan and 
Hilton, Engineers and Electricians, Bow Common Lane, London. 

HAMILTON, RICHARD, M.B., CM. 1891. 

Coatbridge. 

HAMILTON, RICHARD WINTER, LL.D. 1844. 

Minister of the Independent Church meeting in (i) Albion Chapel, (2) 

Belgrave Chapel, Leeds; born at Pentonville, London, 6th July, 1794; died at 
Leeds, i8th July, 1848. 

HAMILTON, ROBERT, M.D. 1742. 

Possibly the same person as Robert Hamilton, M.D., Physician at King's 
Lynn, who was born at Edinburgh, 6th December, 1721, and died gth 
November, 1793. 

HAMILTON, ROBERT, M.A. 1774- 

"Scotus" [Grad. Alb.]. 

HAMILTON, ROBERT, M.A. 1841. 

"Filius natu quartus defuncti Caroli Mercatoris Glasguensis" [Matric. Alb. 
1838]. 

HAMILTON, ROBERT, M.A. 1851. 

Only known designation (as per General Council Register, 1859-60), Licentiate 
of Free Church, East Kilbride. 

HAMILTON, ROBERT, M.B., CM. 1867, M.D. 1872. 

Ulverstone ; Bradford. 

HAMILTON, ROBERT, M.B., CM. 1879. 

Cawood, Yorks. 

HAMILTON, ROBERT, M.B., CM. 1886. 

Bradford. 

HAMILTON, ROBERT, M.A. 1887. 

Teacher in Ayr Academy. 

HAMILTON, SAMUEL, M.A. 1767. 

Irish Presbyterian Minister at Aghadowey, 1773-88; died i8th July, 1788. 

HAMILTON, SAMUEL, B.A. 1843, M.A. 1844. 

Irish Presbyterian Minister at Buckna, 1849-90; died a6th February, 1890, 
aged 64. 

HAMILTON, THOMAS, M.A. 1814. 

"Filius natu Tertius Henrici Agricolae in parochia de Balnascreen in 
comitatu de Derry in Hybernia" [Matric. Alb. 1811]. 

HAMILTON, THOMAS, M.B., CM. 1892. 

Glasgow; South Shields; Ingham, Lines.; Dairy, Ayrshire. 



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HAMILTON, THOMAS WILLIAM, M.D. 1848. 

Xewtownbreda, Co. Down; Belfast; Mitcham, Surrey; died 7th March, 
1875, aged 57. 

HAMILTON, WILLIAM, M.A. 1774. 

Medical Practitioner (M.D. Edin. 1779, L.R.C.P. Lond. 1786) in London, 
and Physician to the London Hospital; died 5th May, 1807. 

HAMILTON, WILLIAM, B.A. 1775, M.A. 1776. 

Professor of Anatomy in Glasgow University, 1780 to 1790; father of Sir 
William Hamilton, the metaphysician, and son of Thomas Hamilton, Professor 
of Anatomy; born 3151 July, 1758; died i3th March, 1790. 

HAMILTON, WILLIAM, M.D. 1790. 

"Hibernia" [Grad. Alb.]. 

HAMILTON, WILLIAM, M.A. 1827. 

"Scotus" [Grad. Alb.]. 

HAMILTON, WILLIAM, M.A, 1830. 

"Scotus" [Grad. Alb.]. 

HAMILTON, WILLIAM, M.A. 1872 

Minister of Trinity E.U. (Congregational) Church, Dundee, since 1872. 

HAMILTON, WILLIAM, B.Sc. 1895. 

Electrical Engineer in (i) Southampton, (2) Glasgow, (3) London. 

HAMILTON, WILLIAM COWAN, M.B., CM. 1888. 

Ardrossan ; Lancaster. 

HAMILTON, WILLIAM GIBSON, M.D. 1862. 

House Surgeon in Dundee Infirmary, 1862 ; died there, of typhus fever, 
soon after entering. 

HAMILTON, WILLIAM JAMES, M.D. 1846. 

Deputy Inspector-General, R.N. ; died 3oth September, 1881. 

HAMILTON, WILLIAM THOMSON, M.B., CM. 1883. 

Graham's Town, Cape Colony. 

HAMIS, YOUSUF, M.B., CM. 1891. 

Garelochhead ; died there, 6th November, 1891, aged 28; native of Syria. 

HAMPTON, GEORGE, M.A. 1737 

Presbyterian Minister at Barnbury ; born 1716; died 1796. 

HANCOX, HENRY, M.D. 1853. 

Wolverhampton ; died 1868. 

HANKS, WILLIAM PARKER, M.A. 1894. 

(i) Actor: (2) Curate at Waterbeach, near Cambridge. 

HANLEY, DUDLEY, M.D. 1846. 

Surgeon, Army. 



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HANNA, JOHN, M.A. 1810. 

Possibly one of (a) John Hanna, Irish Presbyterian Minister at Millisle, 
1815-50, who died 4th January, 1850, (b) John Hanna, Irish Presbyterian 
Minister at Clogher, 1829-57, who died yth December, 1857. 

HANNA, SAMUEL, M.A. 1789, D.D. 1818. 

Presbyterian Minister in (i) Drumbo, 1795-99, (2) Belfast, 1799-1852; 

Professor of Divinity to the Synod of Ulster; died 23rd April, 1852, aged 81. 

HANNA, SAMUEL, M.D. 1832. 

"Hibernus" [Grad. Alb.]. 

HANNA, WILLIAM, M.A. 1830, LL.D. 1847. 

Minister of (i) East Kilbride, (2) Skirling, (3) Free Church, Skirling, (4) 

Free St. John's, Edinburgh; Editor of North British Review; D.D. Edin. 1864; 

born at Belfast, 26th November, 1808; died at London, 24th May, 1882; son 

of Samuel Hanna, D.D. (q.v.), and son-in-law of Thomas Chalmers, D.D. (q.v). 

HANNAH, JOHN BARLOW, M.D. 1861. 

Glasgow; Surgeon-Major, Army; died i8th September, 1880, aged 42. 

HANNAH, WILLIAM TWEED, M.B., CM. 1886. 

Ship Surgeon; Buxton. 

HANNAN, JOHN, M.D. 1838. 

"Hibernus" [Grad. Alb.]. 

HANNAN, THOMAS, M.A. 1886. 

Curate, St. Paul's Church, York Place, Edinburgh, 1887-90; Senior Curate 
there, 1890-1 ; Rector of St. Peter's Church, Musselburgh, since 1891. 

HANNAY, MARY BAIRD, M.B., CM. 1896. 

Bridge of Allan ; Flotta, Orkney. 

HANNAY, ROBERT KERR, M.A. 1895. 

Lecturer on Classics and English in University College, Dundee. 

HANNINGTON, ROBERT, M.B., CM. 1881. 

F.C. Missionary (i) to Livingstonia, Central Africa, (2) to Jews at 
Constantinople. 

HANSEN, WILLIAM, M.B., C.M. 1896. 

Glasgow. 

HANSON, CHARLES SYDNEY, M.D. 1843. 

Leicester ; London. 

HANSON, GEORGE, M.A. 1867. 

F.C. Minister at Sighthill, Glasgow. 

HANSON, GEORGE, M.B., C.M. 1896. 

Glasgow; son of George Hanson, M.A. 1867 (q.v.). 

HANSON, GEORGE HENRY, M.D. 1852. 

Tunbridge Wells; Brighton; died 22nd May, 1883. 



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HANSON, JOHN, M.A. 1872. 

F.C. Minister at Whitevale, Glasgow. 

HARBISON, DAVID, B.A. 1843. 

"Filius natu maximus Davidis agricolae in parochia de Mullabrack et 
comitatu de Armagh" [Matric. Alb. 1840]. 

HARDIE, JAMES, M.A. 1876- 

(i) English Master in Glasgow Ladies' College] (2) Head Master of 
Aldenham Street School, London; (3) Principal of Linton House School, 
Netting Hill, London. 

HARDIE, JOHN, M.D. 1866. 

Glasgow. 

HARDIE, JOHN, M.B., CM. 1889. 

Ship Surgeon ; Glasgow ; London ; Erith, Kent. 

HARDIE, ROBERT MONTGOMERY, M.A. 1893. 

Minister of Ladyburn Parish, Greenock, since 1897. 

HARDIE, WILLIAM WYSE, M.A. 1883. 

Minister at Plantagenet, Ontario, Canada. 

HARDING, EDWARD, M.D. 1837. 

"Wicklow" [Grad. Alb.] 

HARDING, GEORGE I., M.D. 1830. 

" Americanus " [Grad. Alb.]. 

HARDWICK, ALFRED, M.D. 1832. 

"Anglus" [Grad. Alb.]. 

HARDY, CHARLES HENRY, M.D. 1851. 

Dunedin, New Zealand; Carlton, Victoria, Australia; Melbourne; died 
24th August, 1883, aged 54. 

HARDY, ROBERT, LL.D. 1837. 

Rev., of Berbice. 

HARDY, SAMUEL LITTLE, M.D. 1840. 

Dublin: Lecturer on Midwifery in (i) Cecilia Street School of Medicine, 
(2) Medical College, (3) R.C.S.I. ; born 3rd October, 1815; died 29th October, 
1868. 

HARDY, WILLIAM, M.D. 1812. 

"Hibernus" [Grad. Alb.]. 

HARE, DAVID THOMAS, M.D. 1835. 

Cork; died 1864. 

HARE, FREDERICK, M.B., C.M. 1889. 

Crook, Durham ; Waterhouses there. 

HARGREAVES, EDMUND, M.B., CM. 1874, M.D. 1885. 

Sheffield. 



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HARGREAVES, MARK KIPPAX, M.B., C.M. 1879, M.D. 1884. 

London ; Leeds ; London. 

HARKIN, MARTIN, M.D. 1842. 

Castlerea, Co. Roscommon ; died 1870. 

HARKIN, MICHAEL, M.D. 1820. 

"Hibernus" [Grad. Alb.]. 

HARKNESS, JAMES, D.D. 1821. 

Minister of the Presbyterian Church of St. Andrews in Quebec, Canada. 

HARKNESS, JOHN, M.A. 1809. 

" Filius Natu Maximus Gulielmi Agricolae in parochia de Lissan in comitatu 
de Londonderry in Hybernia" [Matric. Alb. 1806]. 

HARKNESS, JOHN, M.A. 1810. 

"Filius natu secundus Thomae Agricolae in parochia de Lissan in comitatu 
de Derry" [Matric. Alb. 1807]. 

HARKNESS, WILLIAM, M.A. 1814. 

" Filius unicus Gulielmi Agricolae in parochia de Aughbog in comitatu 
de Monaghan " [Matric. Alb. 1809]. 

HARLEY, JOHN HUNTER, M.A. 1889. 

Minister of the Congregational Church at St. Neots, Hunts., since 1894. 

HARMAN, WILLIAM, M.A. 1730. 

"Anglo. Hib." [Matric. Alb. 1728]. 

HARMER, ROBERT, M.D. 1853. 

Ecclesfield, Yorks. ; Norwich ; Richmond, Surrey ; London ; died at Rich- 
mond, loth June, 1892, aged 63. 

HARPER, ANDREW ROBERTSON, B'.L. 1887. 

Writer, Paisley. 

HARPER, HANS, M.D. 1819. 

Killyleagh, Co. Down; died 2oth February, 1880, aged 87. 

HARPER, JAMES, M.A. 1798. 

Possibly the same person as James Harpur, Irish Presbyterian Minister at 
Castleblayney, 1810-38, who died nth December, 1838. 

HARPER, JAMES, D.D. 1877. 

Minister of Secession and U.P. Church at North Leith, 1819-79; Professor 

of Theology to Secession and U.P. Churches from 1843; Principal of U.P. 

Divinity Hall from 1876; born at Lanark, 23rd June, 1795 > died i3th April, 1879. 

HARRIES, HENRY, M.A. 1877. 

Congregational Minister of (i) Hope Chapel, Clifton, Bristol, 1877-80, (2) 
Hanover Chapel, Stockport, 1880-93, (3) Clapton Park Church, London, N.E., 
since 1893. 

HARRIS, DAVID, M.B., C.M. 1892. 

Carmarthen. 



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HARRIS, DAVID ERASER, M.B., C.M. 1893. 

Glasgow : Muirhead Demonstrator of Physiology in the University; B.Sc. 
Lond. 

HARRIS. GEORGE WASHINGTON, B.A. 1844- 

Superintendent of an Estate in St. Kitts ; afterwards settled at Granada, West 
Indies, and became Stipendiary Magistrate ; thereafter Secretary of Reform Club, 
Pall Mall, London, 1857-59. 

HARRIS, HARRY, M.A. 1871. 

Born at Swansea, 1841 ; son of Daniel Harris, Farmer. 

HARRIS, ROBERT, M.A. 1750. 

" Filius natu maximus Gulielmi Harris in Comitatu de Donnegal " [Matric. 
Alb. 1748]. 

HARRIS, SAMUEL CHARLES. M.B., CM. 1886. 

Glasgow. 

HARRIS, WILLIAM, D.D. 1765. 

Nonconformist Minister at (i) Looe, Cornwall, (2) Wells, Somerset, (3) 
Luppit, Devonshire ; biographer of the Stuart family and of Cromwell ; born at 
Salisbury, Wiltshire, 1720; died 4th February, 1770. 

HARRIS, WILLIAM, M.A. 1830. 

"Filius natu maximus Gulielmi, Mercatoris, in com. de Lanark" [Matric. Alb. 
1826]. 

HARRISON, CLARENCE BARRYMORE, M.B., C.M. 1894. 

Richmond, Surrey; Surg.-Lieut., I.M.S., Madras. 

HARRISON, JOHN, M.A. 1730. 

"Angl." [Matric. Alb. 1728]. 

HARRISON, JOHN, M.B., C.M. 1878. 

Glasgow ; Lesmahagow. 

HARRISON, JOHN ATKINSON, M.B., C.M. 1891. 

Haslingden, Lanes. ; son of Jonathan Atkinson Harrison, M.D. (q.v.). 

HARRISON, JOHN HENRY, M.A. 1887. 

Second Master of City Public School, Glasgow, since 1887. 

HARRISON, JONATHAN ATKINSON, M.B., C.M. 1867, M.D. 1870. 

Hawes, Yorks. ; Haslingden, Lanes. ; J.P. 

HARRISON, JOSEPH, M.A. 1814. 

Brother of William Harrison, M.A. 1812 (q.v.). 

HARRISON, THOMAS, M.D. 1799, 

"Anglus" [Grad. Alb.]. 

HARRISON, WILLIAM, M.A. 1812. 

Irish Presbyterian Minister at Holywood, 1816-24; died isth September, 
1824. 



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HARRISON, WILLIAM SANDILANDS, M.B., CM. 1893. 

Haslingden, Lanes. ; Surgeon-Lieut., Army ; son of Jonathan Atkinson 
Harrison, M.D. (q.v.). 

HARROWER, DAVID, M.D. 1832. 

"Scotus" [Grad. Alb.]. 

HARROWER, ROBERT, M.D. 1828. 

"Scotus" [Grad. Alb.]. 

HART, JAMES, M.A. 1885. 

Teacher in (i) Paisley, (2) Sciennes School, Edinburgh, (3) West Fountain- 
bridge School there. 

HART, JOHN, M.D. 1833. 

Dublin : (i) Lecturer on Anatomy and Physiology in Park Street Medical 
School, (2) Professor of Anatomy to Royal College of Surgeons of Ireland ; 
died 3oth June, 1872. 

HART, JOHN, M.A. 1866. 

Studied for U.P. Ministry; died at sea, i8th March, 1867, on way to New 
Zealand. 

HARTHILL, WILLIAM, M.D., CM. 1862. 

Glasgow; Edinburgh; died 24th March, 1872. 

HARTLEY, JAMES BLAIR, M.B., CM. 1892. 

Shildon, Co. Durham ; Ayr ; Auckland, Co. Durham ; Darlington. 

HARTNELL, EDMUND, B.A. 1834, C.M. 1836. 

Medical Practitioner in Nuneaton; died 24th June, 1851, aged 43. 

HARTT, HENRY ALLINE, M.D. 1836. 

"Americanus" [Grad. Alb.]. 

HARVEY, FRANCIS WILLIAM, B.L. 1894. 

Writer, Glasgow. 

HARVEY, JAMES, M.A. 1808. 

"Hibernus" [Grad. Alb.]. 

HARVEY, JAMES, M.A. 1881. 

(i) Teacher in Highland Society (afterwards Public) School, Glasgow; (2) 
Head Master of Dennistoun Public School, Glasgow; (3) Master of Method 
in Training School, Wellington, Cape Colony. 

HARVEY, JOHN, M.D. 1836. 

"Scotus" [Grad. Alb.]. 

HARVEY, JOHN, LL.B. 1892. 

Advocate, Edinburgh; B.A. Oxon. 1888. 

HARVEY, JOHN MITCHELL, B.A. 1854, M.A. 1856, D.D. 1875. 

U.P. Minister at (i) Alloa, (2) South College Street, Edinburgh, (3) Rose 
Street there, (4) Palmerston Place there; born i9th April, 1835; died 23rd 
August, 1876. 



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HARVEY, ROBERT, M.A. 1868, LL.D. 1880. 

(t) Teacher in Free St. Peter's School, Glasgow; (2) Professor of Philosophy 

and English in the Maharajah's College, Trivandrum, Travancore, India; (3) 

Principal of, and Professor of English in, that College till 1890, when retired 

on pension; (4) resident in Edinburgh. 

HARVEY, ROBERT, M.A. 1873- 

H.M. Inspector of Schools. 

HARVEY, THOMAS, M.D. 1755. 

HARVIE, JAMES, CM. 1821. 

"Scotus" [Grad. Alb.]. 

HARVIE, JOHN, M.A. 1764. 

" Filius natu tertius Jacobi agricolae in parochia de Dalserf " [Matric. Alb. 
J 759]- 

HARVIE, WILLIAM DAVIDSON, M.A. 1896. 

Licentiate of the Church of Scotland. 

HARWOOD, JOHN, M.D. 1823. 

"Anglus" [Grad. Alb.]. 

HARWOOD, WILLIAM, M.D. 1826. 

"Anglus" [Grad. Alb.]. 

HASELER, ROWLAND, M.A. 1884. 

Curate of (i) Tipton, Staffs., 1886-87, (2) Stoke-upon-Trent, 1887-90, (3) 
King's Norton since 1890. 

HASLAM, JAMES, M.A. 1865. 

" Filius natu secundus Joannis Molarii apud Stretton in comitatu de Derby " 
[Matric. Alb. 1858]; Williams' Bursar, 1862. 

HASLET, JOHN, M.A. 1749- 

Possibly the same person as John Haslett, Presbyterian Minister at (i) 
Ballykelly, 1752-57, (2) Bandon from 1757. 

HASLETT, HENRY, M.A, 1812. 

Presbyterian Minister at Castlereagh, Belfast, 1816-68; died 5th December, 
1868, aged 75. 

HASLETT, MATTHEW, M.A. 1736. 

"Sco. Hib." [Grad. Alb.]. 

HASTIE, JOHN STEWART, M.A. 1892. 

(i) Teacher in (a) Free Church Training College, Glasgow, (b} Tureen Street 
Public School there; (2) Licentiate of the Free Church. 

HASTIE, THOMAS, M.B., C.M. 1877. 

Buningong, Victoria, Australia; Sydney, N.S. Wales; Lithgow there. 
HASTINGS, ROBERT, M.D. 1840. 

Staff Surgeon, R.N. ; died 24th January, 1868, aged 48. 



256 ROLL OF GRADUATES 

HASTINGS, WALTER BUCHANAN, M.B., CM. 1892. 

Glasgow; Lamlash, Arran. 

HATCHELL, GEORGE WILLIAM, M.D. 1834. 

Dublin; died iQth February, 1890, aged 81. 

HATHORN, FERGUS, M.D. 1847. 

Maybole. 

HATRICK, WILLIAM ROBB, M.D. 1850. 

Greenock; Glasgow; died 3oth December, 1865. 

HAWKES, EDWARD, M.A. 1824. 

Dissenting Minister and Schoolmaster at (i) Manchester, (2) Kendal; 
died circa 1866. 

HAWKES, HENRY, B.A. 1827. 

Dissenting Minister at (i) Norwich, (2) Portsmouth. 

HAWKES, STEPHEN, M.D. 1800. 

"Anglus" [Grad. Alb.]. 

HAWKEY, WILLIAM HENRY, M.D. 1835. 

"Hibernus" [Grad. Alb.]. 

HAWKINS, JAMES FENDEL, D.D. 1820. 

"Of the Church of England" [Univ. Minute, i8th April, 1820]. 

HAWORTH, EDWIN, M.B., CM. 1879. 

Oswaldtwistle, Lanes. ; Sabden there ; Blackpool there ; Oswaldtwistle. 

HAWORTH, FREDERIC GEORGE, M.B., CM. 1882. 

Southport; Darwen, Lanes. 

HAWTHORN, ARCHIBALD CHARLES, M.D. 1837. 

"Hibernus" [Grad. Alb.]. 

HAWTHORN, JOHN, Ch.B. 1822. 

"Hibernus" [Grad. Alb.]. 

HAWTHORNE, CHARLES OLIVER, M.B., CM. 1884. 

(Brunton Prizeman) ; Stafford ; Glasgow : Lecturer on Materia Medica in 
the University (Women's Department) and Assistant to Professor of Clinical 
Medicine (Dr. Gairdner); London. 

HAWTHORNE, JOHN, M.A. 1816. 

" Filius natu maximus Joannis Agricolae in parochia de Garvaghy in comitatu 
de Down" [Matric. Alb. 1810]. 

HAWTHORNE, WILLIAM, CM. 1825. 

Banbridge, Co. Down; died 1859. 

HAY, ALEXANDER, CM. 1840, M.D. 1852. 

Connor, Co. Antrim; died 1883. 

HAY, ALEXANDER, M.D. 1864. 

Maryhill, Glasgow. 



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HAY, ARCHIBALD GILCHRIST, M.A. 1890, M.B., CM. 1893, M.D. 1895. 

Glasgow; Bradford; son of Alexander Hay, M.D. 1864 (q.v.). 

HAY, JOHN, M.D., CM. 1864. 

Glasgow. 

HAY, JOHN, M.A. 1868. 

Minister of Port-Dundas, Glasgow. 

HAY, JOSEPH, M.A. 1818. 

U.P. Minister at Arbroath; died nth July, 1859, aged 63. 

HAY, PATRICK RAMSAY, M.D. 1850, C.M. 1852. 

Ballymena, Co. Antrim; died loth October, 1891. 

HAY, ROBERT, M.A. 1878. 

Squatter in Queensland. 

HAY, ROBERT BLAIR, B.L. 1894. 

Writer, Paisley. 

HAY, THOMAS HENRY, M.B., CM. 1894. 

Letterkenny, Co. Donegal. 

HAY, THOMAS WILLIAM, M.B., C.M. 1887. 

Scarborough ; Bebside Colliery, Northumberland ; Newcastle-on-Tyne. 

HAY, WALTER, M.B., C.M. 1886. 

Port-Ellen, Islay; London; Port-Ellen; Newton-Stewart; Plymouth. 

HAY, WILLIAM, M.D. 1857. 

Glasgow; High Hesket, Cumberland; Carlisle; died 5th November, 1879. 

HAY, WILLIAM, M.A. 1881, B.D. 1884, M.B., C.M. 1895. 

Sunderland. 

HAY, WILLIAM, M.A. 1890. 

Teacher in (i) South-Western Academy, Pollokshields, (2) Devon Bank 
School there, (3) Rosemount School, Sauchiehall Street, Glasgow, (4) Devon 
Bank School, Pollokshields, again. 

HAYCROFT, NATHANIEL, B.A. 1842, M.A, 1843, D.D. 1869. 

Baptist Minister, Leicester; died there, i6th February, 1873. 

HAYDON, EDGAR, M.B., C.M. 1881. 

Glasgow; Minchinhampton, Glouc. ; Tiverton, Devon; Newton Abbot there. 

HAYDON, ERNEST WILLIAM, M.B., C.M. 1887. 

Leicester. 

HAYDON, FRANCIS EDWARD, M.B. 1880. 

Tiverton, Devon ; Kursiong, Bengal ; Plymouth ; Witheridge, N. Devon ; 
Plymouth ; Littlehampton, Sussex. 

HAYDON, WILLIAM RUDALL, M.B., C.M. 1867, M.D. 1870. 

Bovey-Tracey, Devon; Tiverton there; J.P. 

R 



258 ROLL OF GRADUATES 

HAYGARTH, GEORGE BURTON, M.D. 1841. 

" Anglus " [Grad. Alb.] ; " his diploma . . . lost irrecoverably by shipwreck " 
[Univ. Minute, 26th October, 1852]. 

HAYNES, NEWTON, LL.D. 1735. 

Possibly some relation of Hopton Haynes, of the Mint, who was an 
intimate friend of Sir Isaac Newton. 

HAYS, ROBERT, M.D. 1815. 

Ballymacready, Killinchy, Co. Down; died 1879. 

HAZELWOOD, PHILIP BARRY, M.D. 1834. 

"Hibernus" [Grad. Alb.]. 

HAZLET, ROBERT, M.A. 1766. 

"Hibernus" [Grad. Alb.]. 

HAZLETT, CHARLES, M.A. 1772. 

"Nat. in Hib. Filius natu minimus Gulielmi Agricolae in Parochia de 
Ballyroney in Com. de Down Hibernia" [Matric. Alb. 1768]. 

HAZLETT, JAMES, M.A. 1761. 

HAZLITT, JAMES, M.A. 1767. 

"Filius natu Secundus Joannis Mercatoris in Par. de Shronhill in Com. 
Tipperary" [Matric. Alb. 1762]. 

HAZLITT, WILLIAM, M.A. 1760. 

Unitarian Minister at (i) Wisbeach, 1764, (2) Marshfield, Glouc., 1766, 
(3) Maidstone, 1770, (4) Bandon, Co. Cork, 1780, (5) Philadelphia, 1783, 
(6) Wem, Shropshire, 1786; afterwards resident at (i) Addlestone, Surrey, 
(2) Bath, (3) Crediton; died there, i6th July, 1820, aged 83; father of William 
Hazlitt, the essayist. 

HEADRICK, JAMES MILLER, M.B., CM. 1883. 

Glasgow; died there, i8th June, 1893. 

HEALY, CHRISTOPHER JOHN, B.L. 1896. 

Writer, Glasgow. 

HEALY, JOSEPH, M.D. 1789. 

"Hibernus" [Grad. Alb.]. 

HEDDERWICK, ALEXANDER WILLIAM, M.A. 1880. 

Stockbroker, Glasgow. 

HEDDERWICK, JAMES, LL.D. 1878. 

Of the Citizen Newspaper, Glasgow. 

HEDDERWICK, THOMAS CHARLES HUNTER. M.A. 1873- 

Barrister-at-Law, London; M.P. for Wick Burghs, 1896. 

HEDLEY, ANTHONY, M.A. 1781. 

Dissenting Minister at Long Framlington, Northumberland, 



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HEDLEY, JOHN, M.A. 1787. 

Minister in South Carolina. 

HEENAN, JOHN, M.D. 1806. 

" Filius natu minimus Joannis M.D. in comitatu Regis in Hibernia " [Matric. 
Alb. 1802]. 

HEENEY, FRANCIS XAVERIUS, M.D. 1839. 

Belfast; Ipswich, Queensland. 

HEENEY, JAMES PATRICK, M.D., CM. 1872. 

Ipswich, Queensland; Belfast; died 1880. 

HEFFERNAN ; WILLIAM, M.D. 1843. 

"Hibernus" [Grad. Alb.]. 

HEGGIE, DAVID, B.A. 1850. 

"Fil. nat. max. Georgii fabri lignarii Glasguensis" [Matric. Alb. 1845]. 

HEIGHINGTON, WILLIAM, M.D. 1845. 

Newbridge, Co. Wicklow; Athy, same Co.; died 8th March, 1867. 

HEILY, JOSEPH, M.D. 1837. 

Roscommon. 

HELY, JOHN, C.M. 1840. 

Ashby-de-la-Zouch. 

HEMPHILL, WILLIAM, M.D. 1851. 

"Hibernus" [Grad. Alb.]. 

HENDERSON, AENEAS, M.B., C.M. 1892. 

Perth. 

HENDERSON, ALEXANDER COLIN, M.A. 1878, B.D. 1882. 

Minister of U.P. Church at Newburgh, Fife, 1884-92; Assistant Minister 

of Gilfillan Memorial Church, Dundee, 1892-94; Minister of Melbourne Unitarian 

Church, Melbourne, 1894; Minister of Strangeways Unitarian Church, Manchester, 

1897. 

HENDERSON, ANDREW, M.D. 1864. 

Johnstone; Brighton; died 28th November, 1879, aged 40. 

HENDERSON, ARCHIBALD, M.A, 1856, D.D. 1890. 

Free Church Minister at Crieff. 

HENDERSON, CHARLES ARCHIBALD, M.B., C.M. 1889. 

South Shields; Leeds. 

HENDERSON, DUNCAN, M.D. 1817. 

"F. n. 2 dus Petri Agricolae, Glenurchy, Argyle" [Matric. Alb. 1807]. 

HENDERSON, FRANCIS, M.D. 1860. 

Helensburgh; Glasgow. 

HENDERSON, GEORGE, LL.D. 1862. 

Minister of Cullen ; died i6th December, 1885, aged 86. 



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HENDERSON GEORGE, M.A. 1873. 

Ship and Insurance Broker, London. 

HENDERSON, GEORGE GERALD, B.Sc. 1881, M.A. 1884, D.Sc. 1890. 

(i) Lecturer on Chemistry in Queen Margaret College, and (1885-92) 
Assistant to Professor of Chemistry in Glasgow University; (2) Professor of 
Chemistry in Glasgow and West of Scotland Technical College. 

HENDERSON, HENRY POTHER INCH AM, M.A. 1875. 

F.C. Minister at (i) Beith, (2) Dundee. 

HENDERSON, JAMES, M.A. 1780. 

Either this graduate or James Henderson, M.A. 1782 (q.v.), was possibly 
the same person as James Henderson, Irish Presbyterian Minister at Castlederg, 
1791 to 1818, who was drowned 2oth December, 1818. 

HENDERSON, JAMES, M.A. 1781. 

"Natus in parochia de Methven et Comitatu de Perth, filius natu max. 
Andreae, Ludimagistri in supradictt." [Matric. Alb. 1776]. 

HENDERSON, JAMES, M.A. 1782. 

See note under James Henderson, M.A. 1780. 

HENDERSON, JAMES, M.D. 1822. 

Assistant Surgeon in the Army, 1809; present at the capture of Guadaloupe, 
1810; served in Lower Canada, 1813-15, in the first Burmese War, through 
the Afghan War, in the Punjaub, 1848-49, and in Corfu; retired 1859 with 
rank of Inspector-General of Hospitals; born in Glasgow, 1789; died in 
Jersey, 1871. 

HENDERSON, JAMES, D.D. 1837. 

Minister of (i) Stockbridge, Edinburgh, (2) Ratho, (3) St. Enoch's, Glasgow, 
(4) Free St. Enoch's there; died i2th September, 1874. 

HENDERSON, JAMES, M.A. 1872. 

Head Master of (i) Hurlet and Nitshill School, 1861-66, (2) St. John's 
Sessional Schools, Glasgow, 1866-83, (3) Thomson Street Public School, Glasgow, 
1883-91, (4) Whitehill Public School, Glasgow, since 1891. 

HENDERSON, JAMES, M.A. 1887. 

F.C. Minister at Ballantrae. 

HENDERSON, JAMES BLACKLOCK, B.Sc. 1892. 

Assistant Lecturer on Physics, Yorkshire College, Leeds; son of James 
Henderson, M.A. 1872 (q.v.). 

HENDERSON, JAMES ORR, M.D. 1862. 

London; Hong Kong, China; Rangoon. 

HENDERSON, JOHN, D.D. 1774- 

"Of Liverpool . . . many years a minister" [Univ. Minute, 3rd June, 1774]- 

HENDERSON, JOHN, M.A. 1793- 

"Scotus" [Grad. Alb.]. 



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HENDERSON, JOHN, M.A. 1807. 

"Scotus" [Grad. Alb.]. 

HENDERSON, JOHN, M.A. 1820. 

Irish Presbyterian Minister at Aughnacloy, 1830-42, when demitted. 

HENDERSON, JOHN, M.A, 1879. 

Minister of (i) Kingairloch Mission, (2) North Newton, Ayr. 

HENDERSON, JOHN, M.A. 1880. 

Artist, Glasgow. 

HENDERSON, JOHN C, M.B., CM. 1882. 

Chesterfield; Londonderry; Ashton-under-Lyne. 

HENDERSON, JOHN HENDERSON, M.B., CM. 1882. 

Adelaide. 

HENDERSON, JOHN WILLIAM, M.A. 1882, B.D. 1885. 

Minister of Kinnoul since 1897. 

HENDERSON, JOSEPH, M.A. 1846. 

Minister of (i) Abbey, Arbroath, (2) Greyfriars, Aberdeen; died ist April, 
1882. 

HENDERSON, JOSEPH MORRIS, M.A. 1885. 

Artist, Glasgow. 

HENDERSON, ROBERT, M.A. 1746. 

"Filius viri Rev ndi Richardi Henderson V.D.M. in parochia de Blantyre in 

Com. Clydesdaliae " [Matric. Alb. 1 740] ; elected one of the Exchequer Bursars ; 

died before i4th October, 1747 [Univ. Minutes, 26th June and i4th October, 

1747]- 

HENDERSON, ROBERT, M.A. 1825. 

W.S. 1831; Advocate, 1836; born i7th April, 1807; died unmarried, 27th 
October, 1852. 

HENDERSON, ROBERT HOME, M.B., CM. 1891. 

Ship Surgeon; Glasgow. 

HENDERSON, THOMAS BEATH, M.B., CM. 1871, M.D. 1878. 

Melrose ; Barnard Castle, Durham ; Glasgow. 

HENDERSON, THOMAS MOWBRAY, M.D. 1865. 

Crook, Durham; London. 

HENDERSON, THOMAS W., B.A. 1822. 

"Scotus" [Grad. Alb.]. 

HENDERSON, WILLIAM, M.D. 1743. 

HENDERSON, WILLIAM, M.A. 1782. 

" Filius maximus natu Jacobi Agricolae in parochia de Bellarony in com. de 
Down" [Matric. Alb. 1780]. 



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HENDERSON, WILLIAM, M.A. 1829. 

" Filius natu tertius Davidis artificis in parochia de Greenock " [Matric. Alb. 
1826]. 

HENDERSON, WILLIAM, M.B., C.M. 1867. 

Glasgow; London; died igth April, 1896, aged 51. 

HENDERSON, WILLIAM CRAIG, M.A. 1894, B.Sc. 1895. 

Student of Trinity College, Cambridge ; entered Middle Temple, October, 
1897; son of James Henderson, M.A. 1872 (q.v.). 

HENDREN, SAMUEL, M.A. 1820. 

" Filius natu quintus Joannis, quondam Agricolae in parochia de Mullabrack 
in comitatu de Armagh" [Matric. Alb. 1818]. 

HENDRIE, GEORGE SMITH, M.A. 1875. 

Minister of Dalmellington. 

HENDRY, NISBET THOMSON, M.A. 1885. 

Teacher in Partick Schools, namely, (i) Hamilton Crescent, 1885-96, (2) 
Dowanhill since 1896. 

HENERY, ROBERT, M.A. 1729. 

"Hib." [Matric. Alb. 1728]. 

HENNING, GEORGE OAKLEY, M.D. 1835. 

HENRY, ALEXANDER, M.A. 1810. 

" Filius natu Secundus Joannis Agricolae in parochia de Derryloran in comi- 
tatu de Tyronne, Hyb." [Matric. Alb. 1807]. 

HENRY, ALEXANDER, M.D., C.M. 1840. 

London; Croydon, Surrey. 

HENRY, BARCLAY, C.M. 1833, M.D. 1852. 

Greenock; Luss; Arrochar ; died 6th December, 1876. 

HENRY, HUGH, M.A. 1742. 

"Samuelis F.V.D.M. in Dunkit in Comit Kilkenny" [Matric. Alb. 1739]. 

HENRY, JAMES, M.D. 1848. 

Liverpool; Seacombe ; Southport; Liverpool; Bury-St.-Edmunds ; died 24th 
April, 1871, aged 60. 

HENRY, JAMES, M.D. 1862. 

Surgeon, R.N. ; London. 

HENRY, JAMES, M.B., C.M. 1896. 

Motherwell. 

HENRY, JAMES FALLS, M.D. 1839. 

Surgeon, R.N. ; Dublin; Maghera, Co. Derry; died 1877. 

HENRY, JOSEPH, M.A. 1774. 

" Filius Unicus Josephi Agricolae in Parochia de Killevy, Com. de Armagh, 
Hibernia" [Matric. Alb. 1772]. 



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HENRY, JOSEPH, B.A. 1847, M.A. 1848. 

Minister of (i) a Presbyterian charge in Ireland, (2) Graemsay, Stromness. 

HENRY, POOLEY SHULDHAM, D.D. 1841. 

Minister of First Presbyterian Church, Armagh, 1826-46; thereafter President 
of Queen's College, Belfast, and Senator of Queen's University in Ireland ; died 
8th November, 1881, aged 80. 

HENRY, RICHARD, M.D. 1848. 

New-bliss. Co. Monaghan; Clones, same Co. 

HENRY, ROBERT, M.A. 1765. 

"Filius natu quintus Roberti quondam Agricolae in Comitatu de Downe 
Hibernia" [Matric. Alb. 1762]. 

HENRY, ROBERT, M.A. 1781. 

"Hibernus" [Grad. Alb.]. 

HENRY, ROBERT, M.B., C.M. 1886. 

Port-Gordon, Banffshire ; Great Lever, Lanes. ; Middleton there ; Oldham. 
HENRY, WILLIAM, M.A. 1781. 

Irish Presbyterian Minister at (i) Stewartstown, 1790-91, (2) Armagh, 1791-95, 
when suspended sine die. 

HENRY, WILLIAM, M.A. 1811. 

Possibly the same person as William Henry, Irish Presbyterian Minister at 
Loughgall, 1830-80, who died 2oth January, 1880. 

HEPBURN, DAVID, M.A. 1885. 

(a) Teacher in various Glasgow Schools ; (b) Head Master of Stromness Public 
School, Orkney. 

HERBERT, DAVID, M.A. 1857. 

(i) Congregational Minister at Darwen, Lanes.; (2) Teacher (Private Tutor), 
Edinburgh. 

HERBERT, HENRY GARDEN, M.D. 1864. 

Deputy Surgeon-General, Army; Bristol. 

HERBERTSON, JAMES COWE, M.A. 1880, M.B., C.M. 1883, M.D. 1885. 

Overtown ; Johnstone. 

HERBISON, JAMES, M.A. 1815. 

Possibly a connection of David Herbison, the Irish poet. 
HERD, JOHN WILLIAM, M.B., C.M. 1872. 

London; Bolton; Appleby; died 3rd August, 1885. 
HERIOT, JOHN, M.D. 1820. 

"Scotus" [Grad. Alb.]. 

HERKLESS, WILLIAM ROBERTSON, M.A. 1876, LL.B. 1889. 

Professor of Scots Law (Civil and Criminal) in St. Mungo's College, Glasgow, 
since its foundation in 1889; Examiner for Law Degrees in the University since 
1895. 



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HERON, ALEXANDER, M.A. 1814. 

Presbyterian Minister at (i) Portadown, Co. Armagh, 1822-26, (2) Bally- 
roney, Co. Down, 1826-65; died at latter, lyth November, 1865. 

HERON, GEORGE ALLAN, M.B., C.M. 1867, M.D. 1869. 

Glasgow ; Margate ; King's Cliffe, Northamptonshire ; London. 

HERON, GEORGE ROBERT, M.D. 1843. 

" Jamaciensis " [Grad. Alb.]. 

HERON, JAMES, M.A. 1814. 

Presbyterian Minister at Sligo, 1824-60; died there, 28th July, 1860. 

HERON, JAMES, M.A. 1827. 

Schoolmaster of the Parish of Kingarth, Bute, 1830-44; thereafter Private 
Teacher in Rothesay and Glasgow, Land Surveyor, etc. ; born 7th October, 
1807; died 27th October, 1877. 

HERON, MATTHEW, M.A. 1795. 

Presbyterian Minister at Monreagh, 1801-46; died there, 27th March, 1846. 

HERON, WILLIAM, M.A. 1809. 

Presbyterian Minister (Unitarian) at Ballyclare, Co. Antrim. 

HERON, WILLIAM, M.D. 1830. 

Professor of Natural Philosophy in Anderson's College, Glasgow, 1830-33. 

HERRIES, WILLIAM FERDINAND, C.M. 1824. 

"West Indies" [Grad. Alb.]. 

HERRON, JAMES, M.B., C.M. 1878. 

Stirling ; Greenock ; Burnley, Lanes. ; London. 

HERRON, SAMUEL, M.A. 1806. 

"Filius natu Secundus Jacobi Agricolae in parochia de Drumboe in 
comitatu de Down in Hybernia" [Matric. Alb. 1803]. 

HERSCHEL, SIR WILLIAM, LL.D. 1792. 

The Astronomer; born at Hanover, isth November, 1738; died at Slough, 
near Windsor, 25th August, 1822. 

HETT, ROBERT HOBART, M.D. 1821. 

"Anglus" [Grad. Alb.]. 

HEUGH, HUGH, M.A. 1736. 

"Filius defuncti Rev di Joannis Heugh A.M. pastoris in parochia de 
Kingoldrum" [Matric. Alb. 1733]. 

HEWES, CHARLES HINMAN, B.Sc. 1888. 

Assistant Naval Constructor, U.S. Navy; died at Norfolk, Va., 1890. 

HEWETSON, HENRY HUBBERT, C.M. 1827. 

"Hibernus" [Grad. Alb.]. 

HEWITT, DAVID RIDDELL, M.A. 1873. 

Minister of (i) English Presbyterian Church, Sutton, (2) Free Church, 
Cockburnspath. 



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HEWITT, EDWARD, M.A. 1889. 

F.C. Missionary to Greyville, Durban, Natal. 

HEWITT, WILLIAM, M.B., C.M. 1877. 

Prestwick. 

HEWSON, GEORGE FRANCIS, M.D. 1844. 

Cheltenham ; Kilmington, Devon. 

HEYLIGER, ERNST DENNY SCOTT, M.B., C.M. 1892. 

Glasgow ; Wigan. 

HEYWOOD, THOMAS, B.A. 1815. 

Sometime Banker in Manchester; retired 1828, and purchased Hope End, 

Herefordshire, where he afterwards resided, devoting himself to antiquarian 
pursuits; born 3rd September, 1797; died 2oth November, 1866. 

HICKEY, THOMAS CANNING, M.B. 1867. 

Fleet Surgeon, R.N. 

HICKIE, DANIEL BANFIELD, LL.D. 1828. 

Head Master of Hawkshead Free Grammar School, Ambleside. 

HICKIN, HERBERT, M.B., C.M. 1885. 

Gnosall, Staffs. ; Bryndulas, Denbighshire ; Shanghai, China. 

HICKSON, ROBERT, M.D. 1839. 

"Hibernus" [Grad. Alb.]. 

HIGGINS, JAMES CRAIG, M.A, 1880, B.D. 1883. 

Minister of Tarbolton. 

HIGHET, CAMPBELL, M.B., C.M. 1892. 

Ayr ; Dalmellington ; Paisley. 

HIGHET, HUGH, M.D. 1841. 

Troon; died 1868. 

HIGHET, HUGH CAMPBELL, M.B., C.M. 1888, M.D. 1892. 

Glasgow ; Paris ; Singapore. 

HIGHET, JOHN, M.B., CM. 1873, M.D. 1883. 

Dalmellington; Ayr; Workington, Cumberland. 

HIGHET, JOHN, M.B. 1876, M.D., C.M. 1884. 

Troon. 

HIGHET, ROBERT CAMPBELL, M.B., C.M. 1886. 

Bridlington, Yorks. ; Ayr ; Stirling. 

HIGINBOTHOM, ROD. M.A. 1732. 

"AngL Hibernus" [Grad Alb.]. 

HILL, ALEXANDER MACKAY, M.A. 1896. 

Teacher in Napiershall Public School, Glasgow. 

HILL, ANDREW, M.D. 1802. 

"Surgeon in Greenock" [Univ. Minute, 3oth October, 1802]. 



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HILL, FRANCIS ROBERT, M.B., CM. 1895. 

Ayr. 

HILL, HENRY DAVID, B.A. 1855, M.A. 1856. 

Minister of Eaglesham, 1859-78 (son of Alexander Hill, D.D., Professor 

of Divinity in Glasgow University); born at Ayr, i4th June, 1837; died at 
Clifton, 8th July, 1878. 

HILL, JAMES, M.A. 1747. 

Of Cartside, Writer in Glasgow; held, inter atia, the Factorship of the 

University, the Clerkship of the Faculty of Physicians and Surgeons, and the 

Collectorship of the Merchants' House; born 25th June, 1731; died 27th 

December, 1791. 

HILL, JAMES, M.D. 1864. 

Galway ; North Curry, Somerset ; Belfast ; Reigate, Surrey ; London ; 
Brisbane, Queensland. 

HILL, JAMES, M.A. 1871. 

Congregational Minister at (i) Fraserburgh, (2) Bourke Street, Sydney, N.S.W. 

HILL, JAMES, M.B., C.M. 1890, M.D. 1895. 

Glasgow ; Renfrew. 

HILL, JAMES WRIGHT, M.B., C.M. 1886. 

Kilbarchan ; London. 

HILL, JOHN, M.A. 1729. 

"Anglus" [Matric. Alb. 1727]. 

HILL, JOHN, M.A. 1814. 

Congregational Minister at (i) Alloa, (2) Kilmarnock, (3) Gornal, Staffs., 
(4) Stafford; retired 1850 on account of ill-health; born at Lochee, Dundee, 
2nd February, 1792; died at Stratford, Essex, 8th May, 1865. 

HILL, JOHN, M.A. 1883. 

U.P. Minister at Coatdyke. 

HILL, JOHN WILLIAMS, M.A. 1826. 

"Filius max 5 Josiae, V.D.M" apud Haverford West, Comitatu de Pembroke" 
[Matric. Alb. 1823]. 

HILL, LAURENCE, LL.B. 1822, LL.D. 1863. 

Of Barlanark, Writer in Glasgow; held, inter alia, the Factorship of the 

University, the Clerkship of the Faculty of Physicians and Surgeons, and the 

Collectorship of the Merchants' House; born in Edinburgh, 25th July, 1791; 

died at Barlanark, 2ist February, 1872; grandson of James Hill, M.A. 1747 (q.v.). 

HILL, NINIAN, M.D. 1830. 

Glasgow; London; Guernsey; died there, 1852. 

HILL, SAMUEL, M.A. 1810. 

"Filius natu Secundus Thomae Agricolae in parochia de Drumachose in 
comitatu de Deny" [Matric. Alb. 1807]. 



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HILL, SAMUEL HAY, M.D. 1849- 

"Hibernus" [Grad. Alb.]. 

HILL, THOMAS, M.A. 1779. 

Obtained a Cadetship in the East India Company's Service ; on going out 
was wrecked in the "Kingston" 178 ; held a Commission as a "Lieutenant 
Fireworker " in the Company's Service at Madras ; was complimented by Lord 
Cornwallis in Brigade Orders of 20th May, 1787, "for his successful endeavours 
to fire the powder contained in shells the instant they touch the ground"; 
wounded at the Capture of Nundydoorg (First Siege of Seringapatam) ; recom- 
mended in Despatch of igth November, 1793, by Lord Abercrombie to Sir Robert 
Abercrombie as " an Officer of genius and merit " ; sent on Embassy to Siam 
prior to 1801 ; held rank at his death as Lieutenant-Colonel of Artillery in 
H.E.I.C.S.; born 3rd December, 1761; died i4th January, 1821; son of James 
Hill, M.A. 1747 (q-v.)- 

HILL, WILLIAM HENRY, LL.D. 1887. 

Of Barlanark, Writer in Glasgow ; Factor for the University, Clerk to the 
Faculty of Physicians and Surgeons, Collector of the Merchants' House, etc etc. ; 
son of Laurence Hill, LL.D. (q.v.). 

HILLHOUSE, PERCY ARCHIBALD, B.Sc. 1888. 

Naval Architect at (i) Pointhouse Shipyard, Glasgow, (2) Clydebank 
Shipyard, Clydebank. 

BILLIARD, ROBERT HARVEY, M.D. 1860. 

Dundee; Glasgow; London; Aylesbury, Bucks.; died at St. Leonards, i8th 
July, 1891, aged 52. 

HILSTON, DAVID, M.A. 1784. 

" Filius natu maximus Gulielmi Ludimagistri in Parochia de Lesmahago et 
Comitatu de Lanark" [Matric. Alb. 1777]. 

HINCKS, THOMAS DIX, LL.D. 1834. 

Irish Presbyterian Minister at (i) Cork, (2) Fermoy ; Schoolmaster at Cork, 
1791 to 1803; Lecturer on Chemistry and Natural Philosophy in Royal Cork 
Institution, 1810-13; Tutor of Fermoy Academy, 1815; Classical Head Master 
in Belfast Academical Institution, 1821-36; Professor of Oriental Languages 
therein, 1822-49; born in Dublin, 24th June, 1767; died in Belfast, 24th 
February, 1857. 

HIND, JOHN RUSSELL, LL.D. 1882. 

Astronomer; Superintendent of the Nautical Almanac; F.R.S. ; born at 
Nottingham, i2th May, 1823; died at Twickenham, 23rd December, 1895. 

HINSHELWOOD, JAMES, M.A. 1880, M.B., CM. 1884, M.D. 1889. 

Glasgow; Middlesbro' ; Glasgow: Assistant to Professor Thomas M'Call 
Anderson (q.v.) since 1893. 

HISLOP, ALEXANDER, M.A. 1872, D.D. 1894. 

U.P. Minister at (i) Greenhead, Glasgow, (2) Helensburgh; Professor of 
Practical Training in U.P. Theological Hall since 1892. 



268 ROLL OF GRADUATES 

HISLOP, DAVID, B.A. 1858. 

(i) E.U. Minister at Montrose; (2) E.U. Minister at Leith; (3) E.U. 
(Congregational) Minister at Hawick. 

HISLOP, JOHN, M.A. 1880. 

Writer, Glasgow. 

HISLOP, THOMAS, M.A. 1885. 

(i) Teacher in Church of Scotland Training College ; (2) Head Master of 
Knockando Public School ; (3) Head Master of Benhar Works School ; (4) 
Head Master of Ratho Public School. 



HISLOP, WILLIAM, M.A. 1879, LL-B. 1882. 

Writer, Glasgow. 

KITCHEN, CHARLES HENRY, M.D. 1848. 

Frodsham, Cheshire. 

HOBART, NATHANIEL JOSEPH, M.D. 1847. 

Cork. 

HOBART, RICHARD, M.D. 1838. 

"Hibernus" [Grad. Alb.]. 

HOBART, ROBERT REID, M.A. 1894. 

Minister of United Original Secession Church at Shottsburn since 1896. 

HOBSON, ABRAHAM, M.D. 1843. 

Timahoe, Queen's Co.; Ballylinan, Queen's Co.; died igth October, 1887. 

HOBSON, BENJAMIN, M.D. 1768. 

HODGE, GEORGE, M.B., CM. 1895. 

Glasgow. 

HODGE, JOHN, M.A. 1773. 

"Fiiius quintus Jacobi quondam Agricolae in Comitatu de Antrim Parochia 
Derrykirchen " [Matric. Alb. 1771]. 

HODGE, PETER, M.B., CM. 1883. 

Ship Surgeon; Glasgow 

HODGE, WILLIAM BENJAMIN, M.A. 1888, B.L. 1893. 

Writer, Glasgow. 

HODGERT, ROBERT, CM. 1833. 

"Scotus" [Grad. Alb.]. 

HODGSON, ISAAC CLARK, M.B., CM. 1882. 

Workington, Cumberland. 

HODGSON, JAMES MUSCUTT, B.A. 1861, M.A. 1862, B.D. 1872, D.D. 1888. 

Congregational Minister, Uttoxeter, Staffs., 1865-75 ; Professor of Apologetics, 

etc., in Lancashire Independent College, Manchester, 1875-94; Principal of, and 

Professor of Theology in, the Congregational Theological Hall, Edinburgh, since 

1894; D.Sc. Edin. 1882. 



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HODGSON, WILLIAM BALLANTYNE, LL.D. 1846. 

Secretary to the Mechanics' Institute of Liverpool, 1839-44; Principal thereof, 
1844-47; Principal of Chorlton High School, Manchester, 1847-51; afterwards 
(1871-80) Professor of Commercial and Political Economy and Mercantile Law 
in Edinburgh University; born at Edinburgh, 6th October, 1815; died at 
Brussels, 24th August, 1880. 

HODNET, JAMES, M.D. 1786. 

"Hibemus" [Grad. Alb.]. 

HOFFMANN, JOHN, M.D. 1847. 

"Hibernus" [Grad. Alb.]. 

HOFFMEISTER, SIR WILLIAM CARTER, M.D. 1840. 

Cowes : Surgeon to the Queen, Prince of Wales, and Royal Family in Isle 
of Wight; died 2gth July, 1890, aged 73. 

HOGARTH, ANDREW ALLISON, M.A. 1875, M.B., C.M. 1880. 

Glasgow; Ardrossan; Thirsk, Yorks. ; Cheltenham. 

HOGARTH, JOHN PEDEN, M.A. 1883. 

U.P. Minister at Renfrew. 

HOGG, ADAM, M.A. 1807. 

"Filius natu 3 tius Joannis Artificis in Parochia et Comitatu de Renfrew" 
[Matric. Alb. 1802]. 

HOGG, ALEXANDER, M.B., C.M. 1878. 

Glasgow; Workington, Cumberland. 

HOGG, CHARLES, M.A. 1870. 

Town Missionary, Belfast. 

HOGG, EDWARD, M.D. 1824. 

"Anglus" [Grad. Alb.]. 

HOGG, GEORGE MITCHELL, M.B., CM. 1883. 

Hexham, Northumberland; Middlesbro', Yorks.; Stock ton-on Tees. 

HOGG, JAMES, M.A. 1773. 

"Filius natu secundus Jacobi in Parochia de Renfrew" [Matric. Alb. 1767]. 

HOGG, JAMES ALLAN, M.A. 1884, B.D. 1886. 

Minister of (i) West Church, Dairy, Ayrshire, (2) Galston. 

HOGG, JOHN, M.A. 1813. 

Irish Presbyterian Minister at Carlan, 1815-46; died 5th December, 1846. 

HOGG, JOHN, M.B., C.M. 1885. 

London ; Dumfries. 

HOGG, ROBERT, B.A. 1851, M.A. 1852. 

Minister, Clones, Ireland; died 4th April, 1891. 

HOGG, ROBERT, M.B., C.M. 1887. 

Forth, Lanarkshire; Penistone, Yorks.; Forth; Murton Colliery, Sunderland. 



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HOGG, THOMAS, M.A. 1793. 

"Hibernus" [Grad. Alb.]. 

HOGG, WILLIAM, M.A. 1806. 

"Filius natu maximus Davidis Opificis in parochia de St. Quivox in comitatu 
de Ayr" [Matric. Alb. 1803]. 

HOGG, WILLIAM, M.A. 1807. 

"Filius natu tertius Joannis Agricolae in parochia de Pomeroy in comitatu 
de Tyrone in Hybernia" [Matric. Alb. 1803]. 

HOGGAN, ANDREW DAVID REID, M.D. 1841. 

Denny; Assistant Surgeon, H.M. Sloop "Hazard"; died at Rio-de-Janeiro 
soon after graduation. 

HOGGAN, JOHN, B.L. 1883. 

Stockbroker, Glasgow. 

HOLBROOK, JAMES, M.D. 1829. 

"Anglus" [Grad. Alb.]. 

HOLBURN, ANDREW COWAN, B.Sc. 1888. 

Teacher in (i) Coltness Iron Works' School, Newmains, (2) High School 
for Girls, Aberdeen, (3) Kent Road Public School, Glasgow. 

HOLDEN, GEORGE, LL.D. 1788. 

Head Master of the Free Grammar School at Horton-in-Ribblesdale, 
Yorkshire, and Vicar of Horton; died circa 1821. 

HOLDEN, GEORGE, M.A. 1805. 

Held (1811-65) tne perpetual curacy of Maghull, near Liverpool, and 
(1821-25) tne vicarage of Horton; born 1783; died igth March, 1865; son 
of George Holden, LL.D. (q.v.). 

HOLLAND, THOMAS ERSKINE, LL.D. 1884. 

Barrister-at-Law ; Chichele Professor of International Law and Diplomacy 
in Oxford University, and Fellow of All-Souls; B.A. Oxon. 1858; M.A. 1860; 
B.C.L. 1871; D.C.L. 1876. 

HOLLIDAY, SIMON, M.D. 1787. 

Lost his class certificates "by the shipwreck of his Majesty's ship the 
'Superb' in the East Indies, in which ship Mr. Holliday had served as a 
Surgeon during the late War" [Univ. Minute, i2th January, 1787]. 

HOLM, ALEXANDER, M.A. 1890. 

Assistant Mathematical Master in Boys' High School, Glasgow, 1891-92; 
Assistant Mathematical and Science Master in Perth Academy, 1892-93; Mathe- 
matical Master in Girls' High School, Glasgow, since 1893. 

HOLM, JAMES, M.A. 1891. 

(Logan Medallist); Lecturer on Physics in University College, Nottingham, 
1894-95 ; Professor of Physics in South African University, Cape Town, 1895-97 ; 
died at Lemoenfontein, i5th November, 1897, aged 27. 



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HOLME, WILLIAM JAMES, M.B., C.M 1885. 

Bacup, Lanes. 

HOLMES, ADAM, C.M. 1819. 

"Hibernus" [Grad. Alb.]. 

HOLMES, ANDREW THOMAS, M.A, 1837. 

" Filius natu minimus Benjamini agricolae in parochia de Donoughmore 
et comitatu de Donegal" [Matric. Alb. 1832]. 

HOLMES, CHARLES, M.D. 1839. 

Dublin; died i6th March, 1891. 

HOLMES, GEORGE SMYTH, M.D. 1846. 

Glenarm, Co. Antrim; died 1857. 

HOLMES, HENRY, M.B., C.M. 1870. 

Dunamanagh, Co. Tyrone. 

HOLMES, JAMES, M.A. 1778. 

"Natus in Hybernia Filius natu tertius Caroli Agricolae in Parochia de 
Donaughmore & Comitatu de Donegal" [Matric. Alb. 1775]. 

HOLMES, JOHN, M.A. 1771. 

Possibly the same person as John Holmes, Presbyterian Minister at 
Donagheady, Co. Tyrone, 1779 to 1830, and who died 5th November, 1831. 

HOLMES, JOHN, M.A. 1829. 

" Filius natu tertius Benjamini agricolae in comitatu de Donegal " [Matric. 
Alb. 1826]. 

HOLMES, STEPHEN, M.D. 1851. 

Dunmanway, Co. Cork; died February, 1892. 

HOLMES, THOMAS, M.D. 1838. 

Rathkeale, Co. Limerick; died 2nd June, 1883. 

HOLMES, TRAFFORD, M.D. 1836. 

Hipperholme, Yorks. ; Brighouse, Yorks. ; died 1859. 

HOLMES, WILLIAM MOFFAT, M.B., C.M. 1892. 

Greenock; Glasgow; Greenock; Gourock. 

HOLMS, JAMES, C.M. 1827. 

"Hibernus" [Grad. Alb.]. 

HOLMS, JOHN, M.B., C.M. 1871, M.D. 1873. 

Ship Surgeon ; Paisley. 

HOLT, ARTHUR, M.B., C.M. 1895. 

Heywood, Lanes. 

HOLT, RICHARD, M.A. 1741. 

Intended for Dissenting Ministry in "South Britain"; no trace of his career, 



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HOLT, THOMAS GEORGE, B.A. 1861. 

Merchant in Glasgow and Liverpool. 

HONE, ROBERT, LL.D. 1829. 

"Of Southgate House, Winchester" [Univ. Minute, i3th March, 1829]. 

HOOD, ALEXANDER JARVIE, M.B., C.M. 1882. 

Glasgow; Maclean, Clarence River, N.S. Wales; Sydney there. 

HOOD, ARCHIBALD JAMES, M.A. 1890. 

Teacher in Glasgow F.C. Training College, 1890-95 ; Lecturer on School 
Management therein since 1895. 

HOOD, JAMES JARVIE, M.B., C.M. 1890. 

Glasgow; Wollongong, New South Wales; Grafton, N.S.W. ; died there, 
26th December, 1894. 

HOOD, JOSEPH, C.M. 1826. 

"Anglus" [Grad. Alb.]. 

HOOD, JOSEPH, M.A. 1894. 

Teacher in (i) Douglas (Lanarkshire), Public School, (2) Mearns Public 
School. 

HOOD, WILLIAM, M.A. 1793. 

Minister of Neilston, 1798 to 1804; died 26th February, 1804, aged 34. 

HOOKER, SIR JOSEPH DALTON, M.D. 1839, LL.D. 1873. 

Entered R.N. 1839; accompanied Admiral Sir J. C. Ross to Antarctic 
Regions as Assistant Surgeon and Naturalist, 1839-43 ; travelled for scientific 
purposes in India, Morocco, etc. ; Assistant Director of Royal Gardens, Kew, 
1855-65, and Director thereof, 1865-85; K.C.S.I.; C.B.; F.R.S. (Pres. 1873-78); 
D.C.L. Oxon. 1866; LL.D. Edin. 1884; born 3oth June, 1817; son of 
Sir William Jackson Hooker (q.v.). 

HOOKER, WILLIAM DAWSON, M.D. 1838. 

Glasgow, Professor of Materia Medica in Anderson's College; Jamaica; 
born 4th April, 1816; died at Kingston, Jamaica, January, 1840; son of Sir 
William Jackson Hooker (q.v.). 

HOOKER, SIR WILLIAM JACKSON, LL.D. 1820. 

Professor of Botany in Glasgow University, 1820 to 1841; Director of 
Kew Gardens, 1841-65; born at Norwich, 6th July, 1785; died at Kew, 
1 2th August, 1865; F.L.S.; F.R.S. 1810; D.C.L. Oxon. 1845. 

HOOPER, JOHN, M.A. 1809. 

Originally a Carpenter; afterwards (i) for 17 years Classical Tutor at 

Hoxton, (2) Dissenting Minister at Old Gravel Lane, Wapping; died 1825, 
aged 45. 

HOOPER, THOMAS, M.D. 1764. 

HOPE, CORNELIUS, M.B., C.M. 1889. 

Kirkintilloch ; Govan, 



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HOPE, JOHN, M.D. 1750. 

Professor of Medicine and Botany in Edinburgh University, 1761 to 1786; 
born loth May, 1725; died loth November, 1786. 

HOPE, JOHN AFFLECK, M.B., CM. 1896. 

Glasgow. 

HOPE. THOMAS CULBERTSON, M.B., CM. 1873. 

Batesford, Victoria, Australia; Geelong there. 

HOPKINS, JOHN. M.A. 1889. 

(i) First Assistant in Bathgate Academy; (2) Head Master of Fordoun 
Higher Grade School, Kincardineshire. 

HOPKIRK, JAMES, LL.B. 1826. 

Advocate, Edinburgh. 

HOPKIRK. JOHN GLASSFORD, LL.B. 1825. 

W.S., Edinburgh; Law Agent for the University of Glasgow: born 1789; 
died 2nd August, 1859. 

HOPKIRK, THOMAS, LL.D. 1835. 

Of Dalbeth. 

HOPPUS, JOHN, B.A. 1821, M.A. 1822, LL.D. 1839. 

Sometime Minister of Carter Street Congregational Chapel, London ; after- 
wards Professor of Logic and Philosophy in University College, London ; died 
29th January, 1875, aged 86; F.R.S. 

HORLOCK, THOMAS, M.D. 1837. 

"Filius natu 2 ndus Thomae, Mercatoris apud insul. de Jamaica" [Matric. Alb. 
1831]. 

HORN, ROBERT, M.B., CM. 1882, M.D. 1888. 

Maryhill ; Blackburn ; Padiham, Lanes. 

HORNE, CHARLES SILVESTER, M.A. 1886. 

Minister of Congregational Church, Kensington, London, since 1889. 

HORNE, JOSEPH, M.B., CM. 1885. 

Newarthill; Glasgow. 

HORNE, ROBERT STEVENSON, M.A. 1893, LL.B. 1896. 

Advocate, Edinburgh. 

HORNIBROOK, WILLIAM BARTER, M.D. 1841. 

Kinsale, Co. Cork; died 1888. 

HORSFIELD, JAMES WILLIAM, M.B. 1865. 

South Shields; South Hylton, Co. Durham; Middleton-in-Teesdale ; died 
25th April, 1891, aged 47. 

HOTCHKIS, ROBERT DUNMORE, M.A. 1886. 

M.B. Durham, 1891; London; Gartnavel Asylum. 

HOUSTON, ARCHIBALD N'NEILL, M.A. 1881, B.D. 1884. 

Minister of Auchterderran. 

s 



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HOUSTON, DAVID, M.A. 1885. 

F.C. Minister at Lerwick. 

HOUSTON, HUGH, C.M. 1838. 

" Hibernus " [Grad. Alb.]. 

HOUSTON, JAMES EDWARD, M.A. 1879, B.D. 1882. 

Minister of (i) St. Clements, Dundee, (2) Cambuslang. 

HOUSTON, JOHN, C.M. 1830. 

Bcith. 

HOUSTON, JOHN, M.D. 1854. 

Brigade-Surgeon, Madras Army. 

HOUSTON, ROBERT, M.A. 1824. 

Minister of (i) Dalmellington, (2) Gorbals; deposed 27th May, 1853, for 
intoxication; died 3ist January, 1854, aged 51. 

HOUSTON, WILLIAM, C.M. 1839. 

"Hibernus" [Grad. Alb.]. 

HOUSTOUN, ANDREW BIGGAM, M.B., C.M. 1889. 

Busby. 

HOWARD, THOMAS, M.B., C.M. 1883. 

Glasgow; Bishop's Castle, Shropshire; died there, i6th May, 1891. 

HOWAT, ADAM, M.A. 1892. 

(i) Assistant Teacher in Kirkhill School, Cambuslang; (2) Second Master in 
Moffat Academy; (3) Head Master of Pittenweem School. 

HOWAT, ROBERT KING, M.B., C.M. 1892. 

Glasgow ; Wolverhampton ; Edinburgh ; Glasgow. 

HOWAT, WILLIAM BROWN, M.B., C.M. 1876. 

Overtown, Lanarkshire; Ecclefechan; Waterbeck, Dumfriesshire; died 2ist 
June, 1878, aged 28. 

HOWATSON, ANDREW, M.D. 1823. 

"Scotus" [Grad. Alb.]. 

HOWATSON, JOHN, M.A. 1876. 

Minister of (i) U.P. Church at Horndean, (2) English Presbyterian Church 
at Walker-on-Tyne. 

HOWE, WILLIAM, M.A. 1753. 

Minister of Skirling, 1765-96; died loth December, 1796; father of James 
Howe, the celebrated animal painter. 

HOWE, WILLIAM, M.A. 1882. 

Teacher in (i) Blair Atholl School to 1883, (2) Langholm Academy, 1883-85 ; 
Head Master of (i) Greenknowe Public School, Annan, 1886-95, (2) Public 
School, Annan, since 1895. 

HOWELL, ALEXANDER RUTHERFORD, M.A. 1893. 

Assistant Minister, Church of Scotland, Buenos Ayres. 



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HOWELLS, WILLIAM, M.B., CM. 1882. 

Glasgow ; Scarborough ; Talgarth, Breconshire. 

HOWIE, ALEXANDER, M.B., CM. 1883. 

Glasgow; London; Westbury, Salop. 

HOWIE, JAMES, M.D. 1839. 

Sometime Probationer of Secession Church; thereafter Practitioner at 
Strontian and in Cuba, West Indies; latterly a Farmer. 

HOWIE, JAMES HOLMES, M.D. 1850. 

Helensburgh; died of fever, 6th December, 1859, aged 29. 

HOWIE, JOHN, M.A. 1797. 

"Filius natu secundus Joannis, apud Dian, in Comitatu de Tyrone, in 
Hibernia" [Matric. Alb. 1796]. 

HOWIE, JOHN COULSON, M.A. 1884, M.B., CM. 1889. 

Ship Surgeon; Glasgow; son of Robert Howie, M.A. 1856 (q.v.). 

HOWIE, JOHN LINDSAY, M.B., CM. 1893. 

Pollokshaws ; Annan. 

HOWIE, ROBERT, M.A. 1856. 

F.C. Minister of (i) Wynd Church, Glasgow, (2) Trinity Church there, (3) 
St. Mary's, Govan. 

HOWIE, ROBERT, M.A. 1894. 

Student of Theology in F.C. College ; native of Dreghorn. 

HOWIE, ROBERT, M.B., CM. 1895. 

Crewe. 

HOWIE, ROBERT, M.A. 1896. 

Student of Theology in F.C. College, Glasgow; son of Robert Howie, M.A. 
1856 (q.v.). 

HOWIE, THOMAS BALLANTYNE, . M.B., CM. 1875, M.D. 1883. 

Cross Hills, Yorks. ; Alyth ; Methven; Macduff; died nth January, 1884, 
aged 30. 

HOWIE, WILLIAM, M.A. 1889, B.D. 1892. 

Licentiate of the Church of Scotland. 

HOWISON, JOHN, M.D. 1864. 

Glasgow. 

HOYLE, JAMES, M.D. 1850. 

"Anglus" [Grad. Alb.]. 

HUDSON, CYRUS, B.A. 1835, M.A. 1836. 

Congregational Minister, Dalston ; died 1871, aged 61. 
HUDSON, JAMES, M.B., C.M. 1889, M.D. 1894. 

Dumbarton; Newmains; Overtown; Newcastle-on-Tyne. 



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HUDSON, JOSEPH, M.A. 1742. 

" Filius Joannis Hudson in parochia de Coldbeck in Com. de Cumberland " 
[Matric. Alb. 1740]. 

HUDSON, THOMAS, M.A. 1768. 

" Letturnell Filius tertius Mercatoris in Urbe de Inniskillen Hibernia " [Matric. 
Alb. 1767]. 

HUDSON, WILLIAM, M.A. 1777. 

"(Natus in Hibernia) Filius natu Secundus Jacobi Agricolae in Parochia de 
Grange in Com. de Antrim" [Matric. Alb. 1776], 

HUESTON, MOSES, M.A. 1833. 

Irish Presbyterian Minister at (i) Fannet, 1837-41, (2) Letterkenny, 1841-47, 

when "set aside on a charge of immorality" [Hist, of Irish Presb. Congs., p. 176]. 

HUEY, JAMES, M.A. 1808. 

Irish Presbyterian Minister at Ballywillan, 1812-62; died 2oth January, 1862. 

HUEY, JOSEPH, M.D. 1837. 

" Hibernicus " [Grad. Alb.]. 

HUEY, WALTER, M.D. 1833. 

"Hibernus" [Grad. Alb.]. 

HUGGINS, JAMES P., M.B., C.M. 1869. 

Native of Trinidad, West Indies ; probably settled there. 

HUGH, THOMAS ARCHIBALD, M.A. 1884. 

U.P. Minister at Blantyre. 

HUGHES, ALBERT BARNES, M.B., C.M. 1895. 

Kenchester, Hereford. 

HUGHES, ARTHUR DAVIES, M.B., C.M. 1886, M.D. 1895. 

Milford Haven ; Cowbridge, Glam. ; Jorrai, Assam, India ; Littleport, Cam- 
bridgeshire; Dunstable, Beds. 

HUGHES, HENRY MARSHALL, M.D. 1832. 

London : sometime Lecturer on Clinical Medicine in Guy's Hospital ; died 
at Brighton, i2th October, 1858, aged 52. 

HUGHES, HUGH, C.M. 1824. 

"Scotus" [Grad. Alb.]. 

HUGHES, JAMES STANNUS, M.D. 1840. 

Dublin: Professor of Surgery, R. C.S.I. ; born 2oth July, 1812; died ist 
June, 1884. 

HUGHES, JOHN, M.A. 1876. 

Minister of the Presbyterian Church 01 Wales at (i) Dowlais, (2) 
Machynlleth, (3) Liverpool. 

HUGHES, JOHN, M.B., C.M. 1885. 

Oswestry, Salop; died 1889. 



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HUGHES, JOHN EVAN, M.B., C.M. 1876. 

Lledrod, Cardiganshire ; Cwrtycadnaw there. 

HUGHES, JOSEPH FOORD, M.B., C.M. 1887. 

Alexandria, Sydney. 

HUGHES, LEWIS, M.A. 1883. 

Stipendiary Curate of (i) Rhymney, Mon., 1884-90, (2) Llantrisant, Glam.. 
1890-94, (3) Aberdare, 1894, (4) St. Mary, Barry, Glam., since 1895. 

HULL, EDWARD, LL.D. 1879. 

M.A., F.R.S., Director of the Geological Survey of Ireland. 

HULLEY, ROBERT CHURCHMAN, C.M. 1834, M.D. 1835. 

"Anglus" [Grad. Alb.]. 

HUME, ABRAHAM, LL.D. 1843. 

Sometime Teacher in (i) the Belfast Institution and Academy, (2) the 
Liverpool Institute and Collegiate Institution; afterwards Vicar of Vauxhall, 
Liverpool; F.R.S. ; born gth February, 1814; died 2ist November, 1884. 

HUME, DAVID, LL.D. 1804. 

Advocate; Professor of Scots Law in Edinburgh University, 1786 to 1822; 
Baron of Scots Exchequer, 1822 to 1831; born 2yth February, 1757; died 
3oth August, 1838. 

HUME, DAVID ROSE, M.A. 1886. 

U.P. Minister at Muiredge, Buckhaven. 

HUME, GEORGE ALEXANDER, M.D. 1845. 

Crumlin, Co. Antrim; Coroner for County; died gth January, 1880, aged 60. 

HUME, JOHN JAMES, M.D. 1835. 

"Fil. unicus Joannis Medici Hamilton" [Matric. Alb. 1826]. 

HUME, PATRICK, M.A. 1774. 

"Hibernus" [Grad. Alb.]. 

HUME, WILLIAM HENRY, M.D. 1819. 

"Filius natu 2 dus Josephi Medici Hamilton Lanark" [Matric. Alb. 1808]. 

HUMPHREYS, ALEXANDER, M.A. 1777. 

"Natus in Hybernia Filius natu sextus Joannis Mercatoris in Parochia 
Derrynoose in Comitatu de Armagh" [Matric. Alb. 1774]; expelled from the 
University when a student of Anatomy and deprived of M.A. Degree for 
refusing to appear unattended before the Faculty on a charge of "subscribing 
certain Publications injurious to this University" [Univ. Minute, isth April, 1785]. 

HUMPHREYS, ARTHUR WILLIAMS, M.A. 1887. 

Clergyman of the Church of England at (i) Neston, Cheshire, (2) Bollington, 
near Macclesfield. 

HUNSWORTH, GEORGE, M.A. 1868. 

Congregational Minister at (i) Mixenden, (2) Kidderminster, (3) Victoria 
Street, Derby. 



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HUNT, EDWARD, M.D. 1850. 

Fitzroy, Victoria, Australia; died 1879. 

HUNT, JOHN MIDDLEMASS, M.B., CM. 1881. 

Glasgow ; Ship Surgeon ; Perth ; Liverpool. 

HUNT, JOHN PERCIVAL, M.D. 1872. 

London; Surgeon-Major, Army. 

HUNT, LEIGH, M.B., CM. 1876. 

Perth. 

HUNT, THOMAS, M.B., CM. 1878, M.D. 1880. 

Carlisle; London; Kinnoul, Perthshire; Hey wood, Lanes. 

HUNTER, ADAM, M.A. 1757. 

"Filius natu 5 tus Jacobi quondam Mercatoris in Dunse" [Matric. Alb. 1754]. 

HUNTER, ANDREW, M.A. 1871, B.D. 1873. 

U.P. Minister at Dalkeith. 

HUNTER, ANDREW, M.A. 1892. 

(i) Teacher in Albert School, Springburn, Glasgow, till 1896; (2) Student 
of Divinity in U.P. Hall, Edinburgh. 

HUNTER, ARCHIBALD, M.A. 1895. 

Student of Theology in Glasgow University. 

HUNTER, CHARLES BUCHANAN, M.B., C.M. 1881. 

Glasgow ; Innellan ; Kirkcaldy ; Carnwath ; Secunderabad, India. 

HUNTER, CHARLES DEARIE, M.B. 1876, M.D. 1879. 

Glasgow; Bridge of Allan; Melbourne. 

HUNTER, CHARLES W. R, M.D. 1836. 

"Hibernus" [Grad. Alb.]. 

HUNTER, DAVID, M.A. 1873, B.D. 1876, D.D. 1892. 

Minister of (i) Kelso, (2) St. Mary's, Partick, (3) Galashiels. 

HUNTER, GAVIN DALZELL, M.B., CM. 1896. 

Glasgow. 

HUNTER, GEORGE, M.A. 1877. 

(i) U.P. Minister at Stranraer; (2) of China Inland Mission. 

HUNTER, HENRY, LL.D. 1794. 

Domestic Chaplain to the Marchioness of Rockingham. 

HUNTER, JAMES, M.A. 1863, B.D. 1868. 

Minister at Laurieston, Falkirk, of (i) R.P. Church, (2) Free Church. 

HUNTER, JAMES, M.D. 1864. 

Dairy, Ayrshire; Beith; Dreghorn. 

HUNTER, JAMES, M.A. 1887, B.Sc. 1889, M.B., C.M. 1893. 

Ship Surgeon ; New Hartley, Northumberland ; Wigan. 



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HUNTER, JAMES EWING, M.B., CM. 1888. 

Helensburgh. 

HUNTER, JOHN, M.A. 1891. 

(i) Teacher in Albert Road School, Pollokshields; (2) Minister of the U.P. 
Missionary Church, Kingston, Jamaica. 

HUNTER, JOHN, D.D. 1893. 

Minister of (i) the Congregational Church, York, (2) Wycliffe Congregational 
Church, Hull, (3) Trinity Congregational Church, Glasgow. 

HUNTER, JOHN, M.B., CM. 1896. 

Glasgow. 

HUNTER, JOHN BAIRD, M.D., CM. 1862. 

Ship Surgeon; Paisley. 

HUNTER, JOHN SUTHERLAND, M.A. 1884. 

Minister of Holytown. 

HUNTER, MATTHEW, M.D. 1863. 

East Kilbride; Glasgow; died yth November, 1876, aged 38. 

HUNTER, MICHAEL, M.D. 1842. 

Newtownlimavady, Co. Derry; afterwards of Melbourne, where he died 1857. 

HUNTER, NORMAN M'LEOD, M.A, 1890. 

Born at Halifax, Nova Scotia ; son of James Hunter, sometime Merchant 

there, afterwards residing at n Montgomerie Quadrant, Kelvinside, Glasgow; 

designed in General Council Register as "Student, Woodend, Dunblane," but 

cannot be found at that address, and subsequent history unknown. 

HUNTER, PETER LANGWILL, M.A. 1885. 

U.P. Missionary to Kaffraria. 

HUNTER, RAMSAY, B.Sc. 1895. 

Teacher in (i) Glasgow, (2) Wishaw, (3) Larkhall. 

HUNTER, RIOTARO HIRANO, B.Sc. 1893. 

Manager of Osaka Iron Works, Dock, and Shipbuilding Yard, Osaka, Japan. 

HUNTER, ROBERT, M.A. 1766. 

" Scotus " [Grad. Alb.]; possibly the same person as Robert Hunter, D.D. 
1813 (q.v.). 

HUNTER, ROBERT, D.D. 1813. 

Rector of Okeford Fitzpaine, Dorsetshire; died in London, i7th December, 
1815, aged 70. 

HUNTER, ROBERT, M.D. 1828. 

Lecturer on (i) Anatomy and Surgery in College Street Medical School, 
Glasgow, (2) Anatomy in Anderson's College there, (3) Anatomy and Physiology 
in Westminster Hospital School, London, (4) Surgery in Anderson's College, 
Glasgow; also Clinical Lecturer in Royal Infirmary; born 1795; died zoth 
June, 1864. 



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HUNTER, ROBERT RANKIN, M.B., CM. 1883. 

London; Glasgow; Mount Morgan, Queensland; Glasgow; J.P. 

HUNTER, SAMUEL, M.A. 1788. 

Licentiate of the Faculty of Physicians and Surgeons of Glasgow, 1795; 
successively Surgeon and Captain of the North Lowland Fencibles; Editor and 
part Proprietor of the Glasgow Herald; Lieutenant-Colonel of the Glasgow Regi- 
ment of Sharpshooters of 1819-20; died gth June, 1839, aged 70. 

HUNTER, THOMAS, M.D. 1831. 

New Cumnock. 

HUNTER, THOMAS, M.B. 1870. 

Castle-Douglas; died 4th September, 1870, aged 25. 

HUNTER, THOMAS, M.A. 1885. 

Journalist, Chicago, U.S.A. 

HUNTER, THOMAS, M.A. 1892, B.Sc. 1895. 

M.B., Ch.B. (Joint Brunton Prizeman), 1897. 

HUNTER, WALTER, M.B., CM. 1874, M.D. 1893. 

Ship Surgeon; Glasgow; Newton-Mearns ; Nottingham. 

HUNTER, WALTER KING, B.Sc. 1888, M.B., CM. 1890. 

Glasgow. 

HUNTER, WILLIAM, M.D. 1750. 

Sometime Practitioner at Hamilton, in partnership with Dr. William Cullen 

(q.v.) ; Physician, Accoucheur, and Lecturer on Anatomy in London ; Accoucheur 

to the British Lying-in Hospital ; Professor of Anatomy to the Royal Academy of 

Arts ; Physician Extraordinary to Queen Charlotte ; Founder of the Hunterian 

Museum in Glasgow University ; brother of Dr. John Hunter ; uncle of Joanna 

Baillie, the poetess, and of Dr. Matthew Baillie, the anatomist ; born at Long 

Calderwood, Lanarkshire, 23rd May, 1718; died at London, 3oth March, 1783; 

F.R.S., F.S.A. 

HUNTER, WILLIAM, M.D. 1813. 

Largs. 

HUNTER, WILLIAM, LL.D. 1837. 

(i) Professor of Logic, etc., in Anderson's College, Glasgow ; (2) Rector of (a) 

the Grammar School of Campbeltown, (b} the Grammar School of Paisley, (c) the 

Liverpool Mechanics' Institute, (</) the Ayr Academy; died at Ayr, 27th June, 

1862, aged 73. 

HUNTER, WILLIAM, M.B., CM. 1866, M.D. 1874- 

Innellan; Rothesay; J.P. ; died 22nd December, 1892, aged 46. 

HUNTER, WILLIAM, M.B., CM. 1869. 

Irvine ; Dailly ; Newmill, Yorks. ; Lindley there ; died 1884. 

HUNTER, WILLIAM BELL, M.D.. CM. 1866. 

Glasgow ; Greenock ; Forres ; Matlock, Derbyshire ; died there, 2nd Decem- 
ber, 1894, aged 60. 



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HUNTER, WILLIAM MUNN, M.D., CM. 1862. 

Paisley; Eckington, Derbyshire. 

HUNTER WILLIAM MUNN, M.R, CM. 1893. 

Eckington, Derbyshire; son of William Mtmn Hunter, M.D. 1862 (q.v.). 

HUNTER, SIR WILLIAM WILSON, BJ\. 1860, LL.D. 18691 

Entered B.C.S. 1862 ; appointed Under Secretary to Government of India in 
Home Department, 1871 ; subsequently Director General of Statistics to Govern- 
ment of India and President of Indian Education Commission ; additional Member 
of Council of Governor-General of India, 1881-87, an< l a Member of Indian Finance 
Committee, 1886 ; organized and directed from commencement to completion the 
Statistical Survey of India (1869-85) published in 126 vols., and condensed by him 
into The Imperial Gazetteer of India in 14 vols. ; appointed Vice-Chancellor of 
Calcutta University, 1886; K.C.S.I.; C.I.E. ; bom i5th July, 1840. 

HUNTLY, WILLIAM, M.A. 1880, B.Sc. 1885, M.B., CM. 1885, M.D. 1889. 

Glasgow; U.P. Missionary to Rajpootana, India. 

HURLL, JOHN, B.L. 1893. 

Writer, Glasgow. 

HURRY, ALFRED ALEXANDER, MJL 1883, B.L. 1885, LL.B. 1886. 

Writer, Glasgow. 

HURST, ALEXANDER. M.A. 1775. 

" Xatus in Hibemia, Filius unicus Joannis Mercatoris apud Ttallmamallar 
prope Enniskillen in Hibemia" [Matric. Alb. 1774]. 

HUSBAND, WILLIAM, M.D. 1828. 

"Anglus" [Grad. Alb.]. 

HUSTON, DAVID, M.B. i87a 

Coleraine, Co. Derry; Gosforth, Cumberland. 

HUSTON, WILLIAM, M.A. 1782. 

Presbyterian Minister of Donegal and Ballyshannon. 

HUTCHESON, ARCHIBALD, LL.D. 1731. 

Westminster. 

HUTCHESON, CHARLES WHITEHEAD, MJL 1892, B.D. 1895. 

Licentiate of the Church of Scotland. 

HUTCHESON, EVERARD, MJL 1734. 

u Scot. Batavus" [Grad. Alb.]. "Fih'us Alexandri Hutcheson militum 
Tribuni" [Matric. Alb. 1730} 

HUTCHESON, FRANCIS, MJL/I744, M.D. 1750. 

Professor of Chemistry in School of Physic, Dublin, 17^60-67 ; bom circa 
1722 ; died circa 1773; son of Francis Hutcheson, Professor of Moral Philosophy 
in Glasgow University, 1730-46. 

HUTCHESON, FRANCIS, D.D. 1803. 

Rector of Donaghadee; grandson of Professor Francis Hutcheson of Glasgow. 



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HUTCHESON, GEORGE, M.B., CM. 1869, M.D. 1871. 

Brigade-Surgeon-Lieut-Col., I. M.S., Bengal. 

HUTCHESON, HUGH, B.L. 1879. 

Writer, Glasgow. 

HUTCHESON, JOHN, M.A. 1744. 

"Roberti Fil. mercatoris in Newry in Hibernia" [Matric. Alb. 1739]. 

HUTCHESON, JOHN DAVIS, M.B., C.M. 1873. 

Greenock; Aberdare ; died there, ist January, 1893, aged 42. 

HUTCHESON, ROBERT, M.A. 1882, LL.B. 1885. 

Writer, Glasgow. 

HUTCHESON, THOMAS, M.A. 1812. 

" Filius natu Quintus Roberti Mercatoris apud Mount Norris in parochia de 
Loughgilly in comitatu de Armagh" [Matric. Alb. 1808]. 

HUTCHESON, THOMAS BROWN, M.B., C.M. 1888. 

Brighton. 

HUTCHINSON, CREIGHTON, M.B., C.M. 1883, M.D. 1889. 

Chorley, Lanes. ; Liverpool ; Widnes, Lanes. 

HUTCHINSON, JOHN, M.B., C.M. 1877, M.D. 1879. 

Glasgow; Kilrea, Co. Deny; Claybrook, Leicestershire. 

HUTCHINSON, JONATHAN, LL.D. 1886. 

F.R.C.S. Eng.; F.R.S.; London (Professor of Pathology and Surgery, R.C.S. 
Eng., 1878-83). 

HUTCHINSON, PATRICK HYNDS, M.A. 1883. 

Minister of (i) Mission Church at Hallside, Cambuslang, (2) Presbyterian 
Church of St. Andrew's at Huntingdon, P.Q., Canada. 

HUTCHINSON, WILLIAM, M.B., C.M. 1889, M.D. 1891. 

Kilrea, Co. Derry ; South Wigston, Leicestershire. 

HUTCHISON, ALEXANDER, D.D. 1786. 

One of the Ministers of Hamilton, 1776-1821 ; Dean of Faculties in Glasgow 

University, 1782-4, 1786-8, 1790-2, 1794-6; died from the accidental discharge of 

a fowling-piece, while at his window intending to kill birds, i5th January, 1821, 

aged 83. 

HUTCHISON, ANDREW, D.D. 1842. 

Minister of the Scottish Church at Warringsford, Northumberland; Degree 
conferred " at the request of the Presbytery of Northumberland " [Univ. Minute, 
April, 1842]. 

HUTCHISON, ARCHIBALD, M.A. 1814. 

Possibly the same person as Archibald Hutchinson, Irish Presbyterian Minis- 
ter at Duncan, 1818-43, wno died 4th December, 1843. 

HUTCHISON, ARTHUR JAFFRAY, M.A. 1885, M.B., C.M. 1890. 

Ship Surgeon ; Glasgow. 



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HUTCHISON, BENJAMIN, M.A. 1882. 

(i) Second Master in Pollokshields Public School, 1882-90; (2) Head Master 
of Polmadie Public School, 1890-93 ; (3) Head Master of Rutland Crescent Public 
School since 1893 (all under Govan Parish School Board). 

HUTCHISON, FREDERICK WILLIAM ERNEST, M.B., C.M. 1893. 

Finchingfield, Essex; London. 

HUTCHISON, GEORGE LEAN, B.Sc. 1889. 

Civil Engineer, Glasgow, as Assistant to Strain & Robertson, C.E., of 
Glasgow and Westminster. 

HUTCHISON, HENRY ALEXANDER, B.Sc. 1874. 

Minister at Cootamendia, New South Wales, Australia. 

HUTCHISON, HUGH CAMERON, M.A. 1896. 

Student of Theology in U.P. College, Edinburgh. 

HUTCHISON. JAMES, LL.D. 1813. 

One of the Chaplains of the East India Company; Snell Exhibitioner, 1800; 
B.A. Oxon. 1804; M.A. 1806; son of Alexander Hutchison, D.D. 1786 (q.v.). 

HUTCHISON, JAMES, M.A. 1875. 

(i) Manager of Tea Plantations at various places in India; (2) resident 
at Bodalla, Sydney, N.S. Wales. 

HUTCHISON, JAMES, M.B., C.M. 1878, M.D. 1880. 

Pollokshields; Arisaig; Tarbet, Loch Lomond; Alva; Shawlands; London. 

HUTCHISON, JAMES, M.A. 1889. 

U.P. Minister, Oban. 

HUTCHISON, JOHN, B.A. 1840. 

"Filius natu maximus Joannis paedagogi apud Carrickfergus in Comitatu 
de Antrim" [Matric. Alb. 1837]. 

HUTCHISON, JOHN, B.A. 1856, D.D. 1874. 

U.P. Minister at (i) Renfrew, (2) Bonnington. 

HUTCHISON, JOHN, M.A. 1868, LL.D. 1885. 

Classical Master in the High School of Glasgow; Degree Examiner on 
Classics in the University, 1878-81. 

HUTCHISON, PETER, M.A. 1889. 

Teacher in (i) Rosevale Street Public School, Partick, (2) Fairfield Public 
School, Govan. 

HUTCHISON, WILLIAM, CM. 1827. 

Patricroft, Manchester; died 25th August, 1864, aged 59. 

HUTCHISON, WILLIAM, M.A. 1887, B.L. 1890, LL.B. 1893. 

Writer, Glasgow. 

HUTCHISON, WILLIAM BROWN, M.A. 1847. 

Minister at (i) Port-Fairy, Victoria, (2) Chiltern there, (3) Jerilderie, N.S. 
Wales, (4) Clunes, Victoria, (5) Scarsdale there. 



284 ROLL OF GRADUATES 

HUTSON, JOHN RICHARD FARRE, M.D. 1817. 

Demerara; died i3th October, 1864, aged 67. 

BUTTON, ALEXANDER MARMADUKE, M.B., CM. 1889. 

Cathcart; drowned through a boat accident near Rothesay, i3th August, 
1889, aged 24. 

HUTTON, HUGH, M.A. 1818. 

Unitarian Minister at (r) Warrington, (2) Birmingham, (3) London, (4) Bury 
St. Edmunds; died at latter, i3th September, 1871. 

HUTTON, JOHN ALEXANDER, M.A. 1888. 

U.P. Minister at Alyth. 

HUTTON, WILLIAM, M.A. 1814, M.D. 1817. 

"Filius Natu Maximus Gulielmi Mercatoris apud Belfast in Comitatu de 
Antrim" [Matric. Alb. 1811]. 

HUTTON, WILLIAM KILPATRICK, M.A. 1890. 

Student of Medicine. 

HUXTABLE, CHARLES HENRY, M.B., CM. 1877, M.D. 1883. 

Thames, New Zealand. 

HYSLOP, JAMES M'ADAM, M.D. 1842. 

H.E.I.C. Service, H.M. Indian Army, 1845-66; Residency Surgeon at 

Baghdad, and Professor of Midwifery in Grant Medical College, Bombay; 

afterwards resident (i) at Friars Carse, Dumfries, (2) in Edinburgh; died 

there, 7th January, 1897. 

ILLINGWORTH, GEORGE SKEEN, M.B., CM. 1893. 

Pollokshields. 
IMPEY, ALFRED JOHNES, M.D. 1841. 

Great Yarmouth. 

IMRIE, DAVID NEIL, M.A. 1867, B.D. 1870. 

Minister of (i) North Kirk, Paisley, (2) Logic, (3) St. John's, Edinburgh; 
died 1 4th December, 1891. 

IMRIE, GEORGE JAMES, M.B., CM. 1887. 

Old Cumnock; Garliestown, Wigtownshire; Darvel. 

INGHAM, DAVID, M.A. 1771. 

"Filius natu minimus Joannis quondam V.D.M. in Parochia de Kinawly 
in Com. de Fermanaugh Hibernia" [Matric. Alb. 1769]. 

INGLES, ROBERT, M.A. 1895. 

Son of U.P. Minister at Crieff; undecided as to profession. 

INGLIS, ALEXANDER, LL.D. 1861. 

Principal of Prince of Wales College, Charlotte Town, Canada ; previously 

Teacher in (i) Montrose, (2) Fettercairn, (3) Arbroath, (4) Moffat, (5) Bathgate. 

INGLIS, ANTHONY, M.B., CM. 1891, M.D. 1896. 

Buckie; Aberdeen; Largs; Maybole. 



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INGLIS, DAVID WOOD, M.B., C.M. 1880, M.D. 1883. 

(M.A. Edin. 1872); Glasgow; Jarrow-on-Tyne ; Hebburn-on-Tyne. 

INGLIS, HENRY HUME TURNBULL, M.A. 1877. 

Merchant, Loanhead, Midlothian. 

INGLIS, JAMES, M.A. 1752. 

Medical Practitioner in Lanark; died lyth July, 1768, aged 34; eldest 
son of Cornelius Inglis, Medical Practitioner in same town. 

INGLIS, JAMES DENNY, B.Sc. 1891. 

Shipbuilder, Glasgow. 

INGLIS, JAMES GORDON, M.D. 1836. 

C.B. ; Surgeon-General, Army; died 6th September, 1879, aged 63. 

INGLIS, JAMES WILLIAM, M.A, 1883. 

U.P. Missionary to China. 

INGLIS, JOHN, LL.D. 1868. 

Lord Justice-General of Scotland; Lord Rector of Glasgow University, 1865 
to 1868; Snell Exhibitioner, 1828; B.A. Oxon. 1833; M.A. 1837; D.C.L. 
1859; P.C. ; born at Edinburgh, 2ist August, 1810; died 2oth August, 1891. 

INGLIS, JOHN, D.D. 1883. 

Missionary of R.P. and Free Churches in (i) New Zealand for 8 years, 

and (2) New Hebrides for 25 years; died at Kirkcowan, i8th July, 1891, 
aged 85. 

INGLIS, ROBERT, M.A. 1879. 

Minister, Taralgo, New South Wales. 

INGLIS, ROBERT GILBERT, M.B., C.M. 1889. 

Glasgow. 

INGLIS, THOMAS, M.D. 1830. 

Glasgow. 

INGLIS, THOMAS, D.D. 1845. 

Minister of (i) Dunscore, (2) Lochrutton; died 4th August, 1860, aged 84. 

INGLIS, THOMAS, M.A. 1891. 

Teacher in (i) Woodside School, Glasgow, (2) Springfield School there. 

INGLIS, WILLIAM, M.D. 1728. 

INGRAM, JAMES, M.A. 1850, B.D. 1870. 

Minister of Levern ; died there, 24th February, 1894. 

INGRAM, JAMES, D.D. 1864. 

Minister of (i) Fetlar, (2) Unst, (3) Free Church, Unst ; died 3rd March, 
1879, aged 103. 

INGRAM, JOHN KELLS, LL.D. 1893. 

Senior Lecturer, Trinity College, Dublin. 



286 ROLL OF GRADUATES 

INNES, GEORGE, M.A. 1888. 

L.R.C.P. Ed., etc., 1894; Glasgow. 

IREDALE, ALLEN, M.B., CM. 1896. 

Blackpool. 

IRVINE, GEORGE NICOL, M.D. 1862. 

Aberdeen; Surgeon-Major, Army. 

IRVINE, GERARD, M.D., C.M. 1836. 

Lowtherstown, Co. Fermanagh; Irvinestown, same Co.; died xyth November, 
1865, aged 49. 

IRVINE, JAMES, M.A. 1814. 

"Filius Natu Secundus Jacobi Agricolae in parochia de Tamlaughfinlagan 
in comitatu de Derry in Hybernia" [Matric. Alb. 1811]. 

IRVINE, JAMES PEARSON, C.M. 1838. 

Galgate, Lanes.; died i2th December, 1864, aged 52. 

IRVINE, ROBERT, M.A. 1773. 

"Filius natu maximus Roberti Agricolae in Parochia de Killevy in Com. 
de Armagh in Hibernia" [Matric. Alb. 1772]. 

IRVINE, WILLIAM, M.D. 1766. 

Lecturer in the University of Glasgow on (a) Materia Medica, 1766-87, (b) 
Chemistry, 1769-87; born 1743; died of fever, gth July, 1787. 

IRVINE, WILLIAM STEWART, M.D. 1833. 

Pitlochry; J.P.; died i4th October, 1893, aged 81. 

IRVING, ANDREW, B.A. 1853. 

Doubtless the same person as Andrew Heron Irving, described in General 

Council Register for 1 860-61 as "Private Tutor, No. 3 High Street, Sutton, 

Surrey, S.," and in the Register for 1861-2 as "at Mrs. Parker's, Wimbledon 

Common, Surrey." 

IRVING, GEORGE, M.A. 1891. 

Teacher in (i) Barrowfield Public School, Glasgow, 1890, (2) Gorbals Public 
School there, 1891-93, (3) Blythswood Testimonial and Grammar School, Renfrew, 
since 1893. 

IRVING, JOHN, M.B., C.M. 1873. 

Huddersfield. 

IRVING, JOHN, M.B., C.M. 1881, M.D. 1884. 

Glasgow ; Prince Albert, Cape of Good Hope ; London ; Heanor, Derby- 
shire ; London. 

IRWIN, MONTGOMERY, M.D. 1844. 

"Hibernus" [Grad. Alb.]. 

IRWIN, ROBERT, M.D. 1857. 

Belonged to Australia; probably settled there. 



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IRWIN, WILLIAM, M.B., CM. 1893. 

Newcastle, N.S. Wales. 

ISDALE, ALEXANDER, M.A. 1878, B.D. 1881. 

F.C. Minister at Kirkwall. 

ISDELL, JAMES, M.D. 1839. 

Gorey, Co. Wexford ; Dublin : Lecturer on Midwifery in Park Street School 
of Medicine there; afterwards Professor of Midwifery in Steevens's Hospital 
Medical School; born loth October, 1800; died 3oth November, 1882. 

JAAP. JOHN, M.D. 1858. 

Paisley; Sheerness ; Brisbane, Queensland; Woogaroo there. 

JACK, ALEXANDER, M.B., CM. 1884. 

Glasgow ; Mount Albion, Queensland ; Townsville there. 

JACK, CHARLES, M.D., CM. 1864. 

Seatonburn, Northumberland ; Dunkeld ; Horsforth, Yorks. ; Headingley, 
Yorks. ; Leeds; died 1889. 

JACK, JAMES, M.A, 1762. 

"Filius natu maximus Roberti Mercatoris Glasguensis " [Matric. Alb. 1756]; 

appointed University Librarian, 4th November, 1773; resigned 3rd June, 1774. 

JACK, JAMES, M.B., CM. 1895. 

Glasgow Carluke. 

JACK, JOHN, M.B., CM. 1868, M.D. 1871. 

Glasgow; died 24th February, 1878, aged 31. 

JACK, JOHN SEMPLE, M.B., CM. 1878. 

Cramlington, Northumberland; Rothbury there. 

JACK, ROBERT, D.D. 1813. 

Secession Minister at (i) Linlithgow, (2) Greenock, (3) Manchester; died 
nth November, 1837, aged 78. 

JACK, ROBERT, M.A. 1886, B.D. 1889. 

Minister of Chalmers Parish Church, Glasgow, since 1897. 

JACK, ROBERT THOM, M.A. 1890. 

Free Church Minister at Penicuik, in succession to S. R. Crockett, the 
novelist. 

JACK, WILLIAM, M.A. 1853, LL.D. 1875. 

Fellow of St. Peter's College, Cambridge; (i) H.M. Inspector of Schools, 
1860-66; (2) Professor of Natural Philosophy in Owens College, Manchester, 
1866-70; (3) Editor of the Glasgow Herald; (4) Member of Publishing House 
of Macmillan & Co. ; (5) Professor of Mathematics in Glasgow University 
since 1879; Degree Examiner in Mathematics, 1861-65, I 87i-74, and 1877-79; 
Member of University Court (as Senate Assessor) since 1894; bom 2gth May, 
1834; son-in-law of John Pringle Nichol, LL.D. (q.v.). 



288 ROLL OF GRADUATES 

JACK, WILLIAM ROBERT, B.Sc. 1886, M.B., C.M. 1889, M.D. 1894. 

(Brunton Prizeman) ; Glasgow : Assistant to Professor Thomas M'Call 
Anderson (q.v.) since 1894; son of Professor William Jack (q.v.). 

JACKSON, BASIL, M.A. 1885. 

Clerk and Cashier, Glasgow. 

JACKSON, CHARLES, M.D. 1767. 

Practitioner, sometime in West Indies; afterwards near Kelso. 

JACKSON, DANIEL, M.D. 1862. 

Hexham, Northumberland. 

JACKSON, FORBES, M.A. 1884. 

Baptist Minister, Barbourne, Worcester. 

JACKSON, GEORGE SCOTT, M.B., C.M. 1890, M.D. 1894. 

Alnwick; son of Daniel Jackson, M.D. (q.v.). 

JACKSON, JAMES, M.A. 1740. 

Irish Presbyterian Minister at Ballybay, 1750-81, when demitted through 
bodily indisposition; died September, 1792. 

JACKSON, JOHN, M.A. 1733. 

"Ang. Fil. Guilelmi Jackson ex Ulverstone in Comit. Lancaster" [Matric. 
Alb. 1730]. 

JACKSON, JOHN, M.D. 1838. 

Glasgow (Lecturer on Medical Jurisprudence in Portland Street Medical 
School, 1842-43); died 1844. 

JACKSON, JOHN ARCHIBALD, M.B., C.M. 1887, M.D. 1890. 

Hexham, Northumberland; son of Daniel Jackson, M.D. (q.v.). 

JACKSON, JOHN HUGHLINGS, LL.D. 1887. 

M.D. St. Andrews, 1860; F.R.S., etc.; London. 

JACKSON, JOHN WILLIAM, M.B., C.M. 1895. 

Glasgow. 

JACKSON, ROBERT, M.D. 1829. 

"Anglus" [Grad. Alb.]. 

JACKSON, ROBERT, M.A. 1886. 

Teacher in (i) Dundee High School, 1880-83, (2) Dumfries Academy, 
1885-88, (3) Waid Academy, Anstruther, since 1888. 

JACKSON, THOMAS, M.A. 1776. 

" Filius natu maximus Jacobi Verbi Dei Ministri in Parochia de Aghnamulin 
& Comitatu de Monaghan in Hybernia" [Matric. Alb. 1773]. 

JACKSON, THOMAS, M.A. 1794, LL.D. 1810. 

Professor of Natural Philosophy in University of St. Andrews, 1809-37. 

JACKSON, THOMAS, M.D. 1835. 

Leeds; Hull; died loth April, 1871. 



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JACKSON, THOMAS HOUSTON, M.B., CM. 1889. 

Glasgow ; Newton-Abbot, S. Devon ; Glasgow ; Sanquhar. 

JACKSON, THOMAS WILSON, M.B. 1867. 

Glassford ; Newbiggen-by-the-Sea, Northumberland ; Surgeon-Lieut.-Col., 
Army; Ashton-under-Lyne ; Glasgow; Stirling; died 2ist January, 1896, aged 50. 

JACKSON, WILLIAM, M.A. 1728. 

"Anglus" [Grad. Alb.]. 

JACKSON, WILLIAM, M.A. 1825. 

Minister of (i) Airdrie, (2) Free Church there; died 8th August, 1869. 

JACKSON, WILLIAM, M.B., C.M. 1892. 

Stirling; Surgeon, R.N.; son of Thomas Wilson Jackson, M.B. 1867 (q.v.). 

JACOB, EBENEZER, M.D. 1766. 

Wexford Infirmary; died 1813. 

JACOB, JOHN, LL.D. 1823. 

Rev., Head Master of the Grammar School at Plymouth. 

JACOB, WILLIAM AUGUSTUS, M.D. 1849. 

"Hibernus" [Grad. Alb.]. 

JACOBS, J. ALFRED, M.D. 1838. 

"Anglus" [Grad. Alb.]. 

JAGO, ARTHUR HERBERT, M.B., C.M. 1887. 

Ship Surgeon ; Omaha, Nebraska, U.S.A. 

JAGO, EDWIN BROOKE, M.B., C.M. 1896. 

Glasgow. 

JAGO, JOSIAS, M.B., C.M. 1886. 

Glasgow ; Ship Surgeon ; Armadale ; Falkirk ; Gosport, Hants. ; Sunderland. 

JAMES, DAVID, M.A. 1882, B.D. 1885. 

U.P. Minister at (i) Galston, (2) Kirkcaldy. 

JAMES, JOHN ANGELL, D.D. 1846. 

Minister of Carr's Lane Congregational Church, Birmingham; born at 
Blandford, Dorset, 6th June, 1785; died ist October, 1859. 

JAMES, ROBERT, M.A. 1885. 

U.P. Minister at (i) Westray, Orkney, (2) Gorebridge, Midlothian. 

JAMES, ROBERT, M.B., C.M. 1891. 

Glasgow; Stamford Bridge, Yorks. 

JAMES, THOMAS, B.A. 1860, M.A. 1861. 

Presbyterian Minister at Llanelly, Wales, and Head Master of a Private 
School there. 

JAMES, THOMAS, M.A. 1866. 

Calvinistic Methodist Minister at Llandyssel, Wales, since 1867, and 
(1868-94) Master of a Grammar School there. 

T 



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JAMES, WILLIAM, M.A. 1866. 

Minister of the Presbyterian Church of Wales at (i) Neath, (2) Swansea, 

(3) Cardiff (where also Head Master of a Private Academy), (4) Nantymoel, 
Glam. 

JAMES, SIR WILLIAM MILBOURNE, M.A. 1825, LL.D. 1873. 

Q.C. ; one of the Lords Justices of Appeal in the Court of Chancery; 
born 1807; died 7th June, 1881. 

JAMESON, BENJAMIN, M.A. 1810. 

" Filius natu Tertius Andreae in parochia Beterashane in comitatu de Derry " 
[Matric. Alb. 1807]. 

JAMESON, JAMES, M.D. 1857. 

Surgeon-Major-General, Army; Director-General of the Army Medical 
Department; C.B. (Civil), 1897. 

JAMESON, ROBERT, M.D. 1865. 

Kilbirnie; Brigade-Surgeon-Lieut.-Col., I.M.S., Bengal. 

JAMESON, WILLIAM, D.D. 1768. 

Minister of Rerick, 1731-90; M.A. of 1722; died (Father of the Church) 
4th March, 1790, aged 86. 

JAMESON, WILLIAM, M.D. 1836. 

Dublin : sometime Lecturer on Midwifery, etc., etc., Dublin School of 
Medicine and Surgery; died ist February, 1875, aged 72. 

JAMIESON, ALEXANDER, M.B. 1878. 

Glasgow. 

JAMIESON, ARCHIBALD, M.A. 1884. 

Minister of Auchterarder. 

JAMIESON, ARCHIBALD MOODIE, C.M. 1859. 

Thornhill, Stirlingshire; Surgeon in Public Service. 

JAMIESON, CHARLES, M.B., C.M. 1881. 

Canisbay, Caithness-shire ; Tomintoul, Banffshire ; Finchingfield, Essex ; 
Scourie, Lairg, Sutherlandshire. 

JAMIESON, JAMES, M.D. 1862, C.M. 1863. 

Beith ; Anstruther ; Warrnambool, Victoria, Australia ; Melbourne : Lecturer 
on Obstetrics in University there. 

JAMIESON, JOHN, M.A. 1876. 

F.C. Minister at (i) Firth, Orkney, (2) Canonbie. 

JAMIESON, JOHN ANDERSON, M.D. 1840. 

Helensburgh; Brodick, Arran. 

JAMIESON, ROBERT, D.D. 1848. 

Minister of (i) Westruther, (2) Currie, (3) St. Paul's, Glasgow; Member 

of University Court (as Chancellor's Assessor), 1874-78; born 3rd January, 
1802 ; died 26th October, 1880. 



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JAMIESON, ROBERT, M.B., CM. 1889. 

Brodick, Arran ; son of John Anderson Jamieson, M.D. (q.v.). 

JAMIESON, WILLIAM, CM. 1822. 

Bellshill; died 25th June, 1858. 

JAMIESON, WILLIAM STEVENS, B.Sc. 1874. 

Head Master of Kay Public School, Glasgow. 

JAMISON, ARTHUR ANDREW, M.D. 1865, CM. 1865. 

Glasgow ; St. Helen's, Lanes. ; London. 

JAMISON, WALTER, M.A. 1744. 

"Filius Gulielmi Jamison in Urbe Glasgua" [Matric. Alb. 1738]. 

JAPP, ALEXANDER HAY, LL.D. 1879. 

(a) Editor of the Montrose Review; (b) Litterateur (" H. A. Page") and 
Publisher in London ; native of Dun, Forfarshire. 

JARDINE, DAVID, M.A. 1813. 

A historical and legal writer; Barrister; Police Magistrate at Bow Street, 
London; Recorder of Bath; born 1794; died at Heath, Weybridge, Surrey, 
1 3th September, 1860. 

JARDINE, FERGUS, M.A. 1821. 

Minister of (i) Scots Church, London Wall, (2) Kinghorn; died 2oth July, 
1848. 

JARDINE, GEORGE, M.A. 1765. 

Of Hallside; Licentiate of Church of Scotland; Travelling Tutor to sons 

of Baron Mure of Caldwell; Professor of Logic in Glasgow University, 1774 to 

1827; born at Wandal, Lanarkshire, 1742; died on Sunday, 28th January, 1827. 

JARDINE, JAMES, M.B., CM. 1882. 

St. Helen's, Lanes. ; Heywood there ; Castleton there ; Rochdale. 

JARDINE, JOHN, M.A- 1877. 

Minister of High Street U.P. Church, Dumbarton, 1881 to 1886; born at 
Castle-Douglas, loth June, 1854; died 8th January, 1886. 

JARDINE, THOMAS, M.A. 1804. 

"Hybernus" [Grad. Alb.]. 

JARDINE, WALTER, M.A. 1890. 

Teacher in (i) Public School, Newburgh-on-Tay, (2) Sharp's Educational 
Institution, Perth, (3) The Academy, Perth. 

JARROLD, THOMAS, M.D. 1802. 

Physician in (i) Stockport, (2) Manchester; born at Manningtree, Essex, 
ist December, 1770; died at Manchester, 24th June, 1853. 

JARVIE, ROBERT, M.A. 1885. 

Teacher in Busby Public School, 1880-82 ; Teacher in Hutchesons' Grammar 
School, Glasgow, 1884-86; Head Master of Lady Central Public School, 
Sanday, Orkney, since 1886. 



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JARVIS, THOMAS, M.A. 1741. 

"Ang. " [Grad. Alb.]; "Filius Thomae Jarvis Mercatoris in Insula de 
Antegoa" [Matric. Alb. 1736]. 

JAYNE, FREDERICK JAMES, M.B., C.M. 1895. 

Aberaman, Aberdare. 

JEBB, HENRY, M.D. 1839. 

"Hibernus" [Grad. Alb.]. 

JEBB, RICHARD CLAVERHOUSE, LL.D. 1891. 

Fellow and Classical Lecturer of Trinity College, Cambridge, 1863-75; 
Public Orator of Cambridge University, 1869-76; Professor of Greek in Glasgow 
University, 1875-89; Regius Professor of Greek in Cambridge University since 
1889; M.P. for that University since 1891 ; D.C.L. Oxon. ; LL.D. Edin. (1879), 
Dublin, and Harvard; D.Litt. Cantab.; Ph.D. Bologna; F.S.A. ; born at 
Dundee, 27th August, 1841. 

JEFFERSON, JOHN, M.D. 1856. 

Surgeon, R.N. ; died prior to 27th March, 1896. 

JEFFERSON, THOMAS, B.A. 1782. 

" Filius natu Secundus Thomae Armigeri de Greenrigg in Comitatu Cumbriae, 
natus in Anglia" [Matric. Alb. 1779]. 

JEFFRAY, JAMES, M.A. 1778. 

M.D. Edin. 1786; Professor of Anatomy in the University of Glasgow, 
1790 to 1848; born at Kilsyth, 1759; died 28th January, 1848. 

JEFFRAY, JAMES, M.A. 1831, M.D. 1834. 

Son of, and sometime Assistant to, Professor James Jeffray (q.v.) ; resided 

in Glasgow, but did not practise; born 2nd August, 1811; died 24th May, 1886. 

JEFFREY, GEORGE, M.A. 1858. 

Master in Brisbane Academy, Largs, 1858-88; Preacher of the Gospel (North 
Woodside Mission Church, Glasgow), 1888-95 ; died 3oth December, 1895, 
aged 57. 

JEFFREY, JAMES, M.A. 1868. 

Head Master of (i) Bothwell Academy, (2) Anderson's Academy, 12 Carlton 
Place, Glasgow, (3) City Girls' School, 74 John Street, Glasgow; died 5th March, 
1889. 

JEFFREY, JAMES RITCHIE, M.B., C.M. 1893. 

Muirkirk. 

JEFFREY, NORMAN STUART, M.B., C.M. 1893. 

Blackpool, Lanes. ; Heywood there. 

JENINGS, JOHN R., M.D. 1834. 

"Hibernicus" [Grad. Alb.]. 

JENKIN, HENRY CHARLES FLEEMING, LL.D. 1883. 

Professor of Engineering in (i) University College, London, 1865-68, (2) 

Edinburgh University, 1868-85; bora 25th March, 1833; died i2th June, 1885. 



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JENKINS, EDGAR MILWYN, M.B., CM. 1896. 

Builth, Breconshire. 

JENKINS, EVANS, M.A. 1780. 

" Natus in Hibernia, Filius natu minimus Evani nuper Agricolae in Parochia 
de Donaghmore in Comitatu de Donegal" [Matric. Alb. 1779]. 

JENKINS, HUGH, M.A. 1895. 

Minister of Comely Bank Congregational Church, Edinburgh, since 1896. 

JENKINS, SIR JAMES, M.D. 1839. 

Assistant Surgeon, R.N., 1841; Surgeon, 1854; Staff Surgeon, 1863; Deputy 

Inspector-General of Hospitals, 1872; Inspector-General (retired), 1878; served 

in charge of Naval Brigade before Sebastopol, 1854-55; etc., etc., etc. ; Honorary 

Surgeon to the Queen; K.C.B. ; Knight of Legion of Honour; born 1818. 

JENKINS, JOHN, M.A. 1831. 

Unitarian Minister and Schoolmaster at Yeovil (Somerset) and Boston (Lines.), 
1832-39; Schoolmaster at Swansea for some years; Proprietor and Editor of 
Swansea and Glamorgan Herald, 1847-57; Assistant Commissioner, Welsh 
Education Enquiry, 1858-59; Barrister-at-Law, London, 1865-84; born 2ist 
August, 1808; died October, 1884. 

JENKINS, JOSEPH, M.A. 1812. 

Irish Presbyterian Minister at Keady, 1816-62; died 3oth August, 1862. 

JENKINS, THOMAS, M.A. 1860. 

Congregational Minister at (i) Berea, Pembrokeshire, (2) Ipswich, Queens- 
land. 

JENKINS, THOMAS WILSON, M.A. 1883, M.B., C.M. 1887, M.D. 1889. 

Glasgow. 

JENKINS, WILLIAM, M.A. 1872. 

Minister, St. David's, South Wales. 

JENNINGS, PHILIP, LL.D. 1815. 

Archdeacon of Norfolk and Rector of Corston, 1847 ; many years Assistant 

Minister, St. James's Chapel, Marylebone, and Perpetual Curate shortly before 

his death on 2oth December, 1849, aged 66; B.A. Oxon. 1806; M.A. 1809; 

B. and D.D. 1824. 

JENNINGS, ROWAN, M.A. 1776. 

"Hibernus" [Grad. Alb.]. 

JEPHSON, HENRY, M.D. 1828. 

Leamington; J.P. ; died i4th May, 1878, aged 79; described by Thomas 
Guthrie, D.D., who was a patient of his at Leamington in 1848, as "a man of very 
versatile and extraordinary talents." 

JEPHSON, JAMES, M.D. 1833. 

"Anglus" [Grad. Alb.]. 



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JEPHSON, JOHN HOLMES, M.D. 1850. 

Sometime Army Surgeon (present at Alma, Inkermann, and Sebastopol) ; 
Birkenhead; London; died at his sister's house, 13 St. James's Terrace, Hillhead, 
Glasgow, 8th July, 1896, aged 71. 

JEPHSON, WILLIAM HOLMES, M.D. 1843. 

Army Surgeon; Deputy Inspector-General; died 7th April, 1870, aged 49. 

JERDAN, DAVID SMILES, M.A. 1892. 

University Fellow in Chemistry of the Victoria University, Manchester: 
B.Sc. Viet. 

JEREMY, DANIEL DAVIES, M.A. 1851. 

Unitarian Minister at Frenchay, Warwick, and Dublin; born 1828. 

JEREMY, WALTER DAVID, M.A. 1848. 

Barrister-at-Law, London; J.P. for County of Cardigan; born 1825; died 
1 8th September, 1893. 

JEWEL, FREDERICK WILLIAM, M.D. 1848. 

Largs; a "Frederick Jewel, M.D.," died at Yachandanah, Australia, in May, 
1859, aged 35. 

JOACHIM, JOSEPH, LL.D. 1889. 

Concert Director in Weimar, 1850-54; Concert Director in Hanover, 1854-69; 

Member of the Senate of the Berlin Academy, and Director and Professor in the 

Conservatory of Music since 1869; Mus. Doc. (Oxford and Cambridge); born at 

Kittsee, near Presburg, 28th June, 1831. 

JOHN, WILLIAM, M.A. 1893. 

Licentiate of the Church of Scotland. 

JOHNSON, ALLAN MOORE, M.A. 1777. 

"Hybernus" [Grad. Alb.]. 

JOHNSON, DAVID, Ch.B. 1819. 

"Hibernus" [Grad. Alb.]. 

JOHNSON, GILBERT PETGRAVE, M.B., C.M. 1890, M.D. 1894. 

Glasgow; Liverpool; Stoke-on-Trent. 

JOHNSON, JAMES STEWART, D.D. 1874. 

Minister of Cambuslang, 1843-81; born at Cumnock, 3rd November, 1810; 
died 9th November, 1881. 

JOHNSON, JOHN, M.D. 1843. 

Weston-super-Mare. 

JOHNSON, JOHN, M.B., C.M. 1892. 

Dundee; Port-Glasgow. 

JOHNSON, PHILIP, M.A. 1771. 

"Natus in Hibern. Filius natu tertius Thomae quondam V.D.M. Parochiae 
de Maghregall in Comitatu de Antrim in Hibernia" [Matric. Alb. 1768]. 



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JOHNSON, WILLIAM, M.A. 1812. 

"Hibernus" [Grad. Alb.]. 

JOHNSON, WILLIAM, M.A. 1816. 

" Filius natu Secundus Francisci Agricolae in parochia de Drumboe in comi- 
tatu de Down" [Matric. Alb. 1811]. 

JOHNSTON, ALEXANDER, M.B., C.M. 1880, M.D. 1894. 

Glasgow; Methven, Perthshire. 

JOHNSTON, ALEXANDER, M.B., C.M. 1883, M.D. 1889. 

Dumbarton ; Wrexham ; Burnley, Lanes. ; Cheadle, Cheshire ; Newton Heath, 
Lanes. ; Glasgow ( Physician Superintendent of Belvidere Fever Hospital). 

JOHNSTON, ALEXANDER ORROCK, D.D. 1892. 

Minister of (i) Cambuslang Free Church, 1868-76, (2) Westbourne Free 
Church, Glasgow, since 1876; M.A. Edin. 1861. 

JOHNSTON, ALFRED, M.A. 1889. 

Analytical Chemist in Glasgow. 

JOHNSTON, ALFRED WILLIAM, M.A, 1885. 

Minister (i) at Owen Sound, Ontario, Canada, 1888, (2) of Belhaven Mission, 
Glasgow, 1889, (3) of Mearns U.P. Church since 1891. 

JOHNSTON, ANDREW, M.A. 1771. 

"Filius natu tertius Jacobi in Parochia de Little Dunkeld" [Matric. Alb. 
1765]- 

JOHNSTON, ARCHIBALD, CM. 1834. 

Glasgow. 

JOHNSTON, ARCHIBALD, M.B., C.M. 1870. 

Glasgow. 

JOHNSTON, ARCHIBALD M'ARTHUR, M.A. 1893. 

Teacher and Assayer, Johannesburg, Transvaal. 

JOHNSTON, DAVID, M.A. 1784. 

" Xatus in Hibernia Filius Davidis Agricolae in parochia de Clogher in Comi- 
tatu de Tyrone natu secundus" [Matric. Alb. 1780]. 

JOHNSTON, DAVID, B.A. 1856, B.D. 1881. 

(i) Minister of Unst; (2) Minister of Harray; (3) Professor of Divinity and 
Biblical Criticism in University of Aberdeen. 

JOHNSTON, DAVID, M.A. 1884. 

Sub-Inspector of Schools. 

JOHNSTON, DAVID GEORGE, M.B., C.M. 1876. 

Glasgow; Haltwhistle, Northumberland; London; Hillingdon, Middlesex; 
London ; Bristol ; London. 

JOHNSTON, DAVID GIBB, M.B., C.M. 1885. 

Cambusnethan : Carterton, VVairarapa, N.Z. 



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JOHNSTON, DUNCAN, M.D. 1858. 

Fleet Surgeon, R.N. 

JOHNSTON, ERNEST ROBERT, B.Sc. 1889. 

Civil Engineer in (i) Glasgow, (2) London. 

JOHNSTON, FRANCIS, M.A. 1795. 

"Hibernus" [Grad. Alb.]. 

JOHNSTON, FRANCIS, M.B., CM. 1883. 

Liverpool ; Birkenhead. 

JOHNSTON, GILBERT, M.A. 1894. 

Teacher in (i) Glasgow, (2) Newcastle-on-Tyne. 

JOHNSTON, HENRY, M.D. 1836. 

"Hibernus" [Grad. Alb.]. 

JOHNSTON, HENRY WHYTE, M.A. 1881. 

Minister of St. John's Presbyterian Church, Warpau, New Zealand. 

JOHNSTON, JAMES, M.A. 1764. 

" Filius Jacobi in vico Inver, in parochia minori de Dunkeld " [Matric. 
Alb. 1759]. 

JOHNSTON, JAMES, C.M. 1820. 

Limekilns, Dunfermline; died i4th February, 1862. 

JOHNSTON, JAMES FINLAY WEIR, M.A. 1826. 

Professor of Agricultural Chemistry in Durham University ; born at Paisley, 
i3th September, 1796; died i8th September, 1855; F.R.S. 

JOHNSTON, JAMES HERBERT ORROCK, M.A. 1895. 

Law Apprentice, Glasgow; son of Alexander Orrock Johnston, D.D. (q.v.). 

JOHNSTON, JAMES WINGATE, M.D. 1828. 

Penge, Surrey; Inspector-General of Hospitals and Fleets; Honorary 
Surgeon to the Queen; died i7th October, 1882. 

JOHNSTON, JAMES WYLIE, M.A. 1852. 

Licentiate of the Free Church ; Teacher and Tutor, Edinburgh. 

JOHNSTON, JOHN, M.A. 1747. 

JOHNSTON, JOHN, M.A. 1805. 

Possibly the same person as John Johnston, Irish Presbyterian Minister 
of (i) Cootehill, 1808-11, (2) Tullylish, 1811-62; died i6th October, 1862. 

JOHNSTON, JOHN, M.D. 1816. 

"Late Surgeon in the Navy" [Univ. Minute, 3oth March, 1816], 

JOHNSTON, JOHN, B.A. 1835, M.A. 1836. 

"Fil. n. 2 dlls Jacobi naupegi in com. de Renfrew" [Matric. Alb. 1829]. 

JOHNSTON, JOHN, M.B., C.M. 1882, M.D. 1896. 

Nathalia, Victoria, Australia; Williamstown there. 



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JOHNSTON, JOHN, M.A. 1883, LL.B. 1885. 

Writer, Glasgow. 

JOHNSTON, JOHN, M.A. 1885, B.D. 1888. 

Minister of Eccles. 

JOHNSTON, JOHN DUNN, CM. 1832. 

"Scotus" [Grad. Alb.]. 

JOHNSTON, JOHN M'CUBBIN, M.A. 1884, M.B., C.M. 1888, M.D. 1894. 

Tillicoultry ; Glasgow (Medical Officer, City Poorhouse). 

JOHNSTON, JOHN WILLIAM, M.D. 1846. 

Surgeon-Major, Army; Medical Officer, Military Prison, Cork; died 
November, 1887. 

JOHNSTON, JOSEPH, M.D. 1739. 

Possibly Surgeon in Dumfries, and father-in-law of Dr. Thomas Blacklock, 
the blind poet. 

JOHNSTON, JOSEPH KEAY, M.A. 1889, B.D. 1892. 

Licentiate of the U.P. Church. 

JOHNSTON, RICHARD, M.A 1762. 

"Filius natu major Richardi Armigeri de Gillford in Comitatu de Downe, 
Hibernia" [Matric. Alb. 1761]. 

JOHNSTON, ROBERT, M.D. 1770, M.A. 1771. 

"Natus in Urbe Annan, Filius natu minimus Roberti Mercatoris in Annan 
in Com. de Dumfries" [Matric. Alb. 1768]. 

JOHNSTON, ROBERT, M.D. 1849, C.M. 1854. 

Newry; died 3rd January, 1873, aged 56. 

JOHNSTON, ROBERT, M.B., CM. 1874. 

Glasgow ; Lugar ; Dundee. 

JOHNSTON, ROBERT, M.A. 1876, B.D. 1881. 

U.P. Missionary at New Broughton, Jamaica, 

JOHNSTON, ROBERT JOHN, M.A. 1820. 

Minister of (i) Stanley, 1829-32, (2) Auchtermuchty, 1832-44, (3) Logic 
(Presbytery of Dunblane), 1844-71; died i7th August, 1871, aged 68. 

JOHNSTON, SAMUEL, M.D. 1841. 

Carrigart, Co. Donegal; Londonderry; died 1877. 

JOHNSTON, THOMAS, M.D. 1841. 

Surgeon, R.N. ; Omagh, Co. Tyrone; died 1866. 

JOHNSTON, THOMAS, M.A. 1888. 

Medical Student, Edin. University. 

JOHNSTON, WILLIAM, M.A. 1774. 

"Hibernus" [Grad. Alb.]. 



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JOHNSTON, WILLIAM, M.A. 1778. 

"(Natus in Hibernia) Filius natu secundus Gulielmi Mercatoris in Parochia 
de Clogher in Com. de Tyrone in Hibernia" [Matric. Alb. 1777]- 

JOHNSTON, WILLIAM, M.D. 1786. 

"Hibernus" [Grad. Alb.]. 

JOHNSTON, WILLIAM. M.A. 1819. 

"Hibernus" [Grad. Alb.]. 

JOHNSTON, WILLIAM, C.M. 1835. 

Coleraine, Victoria, Australia. 

JOHNSTON, WILLIAM, M.D. 1839. 

Surgeon-General, I. M.S., Madras. 

JOHNSTON, WILLIAM, M.A. 1886, B.D. 1889. 

Licentiate of the U.P. Church. 

JOHNSTON, WILLIAM THOMSON, B.A. 1857. 

English Presbyterian Minister at (i) Bowdon, Manchester, (2) Worcester. 

JOHNSTONE, ALEXANDER, M.D. 1857, C.M. 1869. 

Warwick Bridge, Cumberland; Wetheral there. 

JOHNSTONE, ALEXANDER, M.A. 1889. 

(i) Teacher in Henderson Street School, Glasgow; (2) Head Master of 
Burgh School, Lanark. 

JOHNSTONE, ANDREW COCHRANE, M.D. 1839. 

"Hibernus" [Grad. Alb.]. 

JOHNSTONE, JAMES FERGUSON, M.A. 1884, LL.B. 1887. 

Writer, Paisley. 

JOHNSTONE, JOHN CARLYLE, M.B., C.M. 1877, M.D. 1891. 

Glasgow; Cupar; Edinburgh; Melrose (Medical Superintendent of District 
Asylum). 

JOHNSTONE, WILLIAM, M.A. 1817, D.D. 1849. 

Minister of Secession and U.P. Church, Limekilns, Dunfermline, 1823-74; 
born at Biggar, i8th February, 1800; died at Edinburgh, May, 1874. 

JOHNSTONE, WILLIAM, B.L. 1882. 

Writer, Glasgow. 

JOHNSTOUN, JAMES, M.A. 1732. 

JOLLY, ISAAC, M.A. 1881. 

Presbyterian Minister in New Zealand, at (i) Invercargill, (2) Lawrence, 
(3) Dunedin. 
JONES, DAVID, M.A. 1865. 

Calvinistic Methodist Minister at Blaenavon, Mon. 

JONES, DAVID, M.B., C.M. 1887. 

Motherwell. 



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JONES, DAVID ELEAZER, M.A. 1870. 

Congregational Minister at Sirhowy, Mon., 1870-74; Professor in Carmarthen 
Presbyterian College of (i) Mathematics, 1874-84, (2) Theology since 1884. 

JONES, EDWIN WHITE, M.B., CM. 1880. 

Dresden, Staffs. ; Longton there. 

JONES, EVAN, M.A. 1885. 

Head Master of (i) Old College School, Carmarthen, 1886-94, (2) Whitland 
Intermediate School, S. Wales, since 1894. 

JONES, EVAN CEREDIG, M.A. 1880. 

Unitarian Minister at (i) Maidstone, Kent, 1880-84, (2) Bradford, Yorks., 
since 1885. 

JONES, EVAN PENLLYN, M.A, 1872, B.D. 1879. 

Tutor, Registrar, and Librarian at University College of Wales, Aberystwyth, 
1872-92 ; Librarian there since 1892 ; is also an ordained Minister, and preaches 
regularly amongst the Calvinistic Methodists of Wales. 

JONES, FRANCIS, M.D. 1817. 

"Hibernus" [Grad. Alb.]. 

JONES, GEORGE WOWEN, M.D. 1836. 

Alvington, Glos. 

JONES, HENRY. M.A. 1874. 

Presbyterian Minister at (i) Garston, Liverpool, (2) Carnarvon, (3) Melbourne 
(Chalmers Memorial Church). 

JONES, HENRY, M.A. 1879. 

Degree Examiner on Mental Philosophy in Glasgow University, 1882-85 ; 

Professor of (i) Mental and Moral Philosophy in University College, Bangor, 

1884-91, (2) Logic and Metaphysics in St. Andrews University, 1891-94, (3) 

Moral Philosophy in Glasgow University since 1894; LL.D. St. Andrews, 1896. 

JONES, HENRY EDWARD, M.B., C.M. 1892. 

Glasgow. 

JONES, HUGH, M.B., C.M. 1888. 

Glasgow; Ship Surgeon; Caerffynnon, Dolgelly, N. Wales. 

JONES, JAMES, M.A. 1872. 

Calvinistic Methodist Minister at Tanygroes, Cardigan; died 26th May, 
1895, aged 55. 

JONES, JAMES ARTHUR, M.B., C.M. 1876, M.D. 1879. 

Aberayron, South Wales; Llanelly there. 

JONES, JENKIN, M.D. 1818. 

Brighton ; sometime Surgeon in the Navy. 

JONES, JOHN, M.D. 1851. 

Castle Bellingham, Co. Louth ; Drumconrath, Co. Meath. 



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JONES, JOHN CHATWIN, B.A. 1847, M.A. 1848. 

Baptist Minister at Spalding since 1848. 

JONES, JOHN EDMUND, M.B., CM. 1881. 

Glasgow; Pwllheli, North Wales. 

JONES, JOHN EMLYN, LL.D. 1863. 

Baptist Minister, Ebbw Vale, Monmouth ; poet, historian, and litterateur ; born 
1818; died January, 1873. 

JONES, JOHN HARRIS, M.A. 1853. 

Calvinistic Methodist Minister, and Professor in Trevecca Theological College, 
South Wales; born at Llangeler, Carmarthenshire, z8th August, 1827; died 2ist 
July, 1885. 

JONES, JOHN HARRIS, M.B., C.M. 1891. 

Llangeler, Carmarthenshire; Llandyssil there. 

JONES, JOHN JOSIAH, M.B., C.M. 1872. 

Llandyssil, South Wales ; Aberavon, Glam. ; Resolven there ; Llandyssil. 

JONES, LLEWELYN, M.D. 1814. 

Chester. 
JONES, OWEN GETHIN, M.B., C.M. 1891. 

Penmachno, N. Wales; Burry Port, S. Wales. 

JONES, REES JENKINS, M.A. 1863. 

Head Master of Treeynon Seminary, Aberdare, South Wales, and pastor 
(Unitarian) of the Old Meeting House there. 

JONES, RICHARD, M.D. 1808. 

"Hibernus" [Grad. Alb.]. 

JONES, RICHARD PARRY, M.D. 1856. 

Surgeon, New York and Philadelphia Steam Ship Company's Service. 

JONES, RICHARD PHILLIPS, M.D. 1821. 

Chester; J.P. ; died June, 1867. 

JONES, RICHARD WILLIAMS, M.B., C.M. 1881. 

Mountain Ash, Glam. ; J.P. 

JONES, SIMON, M.A. 1765. 

"Anglo Britannus" [Grad. Alb.]. 

JONES, THOMAS WEDROS, M.A. 1895. 

Teacher in Old College School, Carmarthen. 
JONES, WILLIAM, M.D. 1818. 

"Anglus" [Grad. Alb]. 

JONES, WILLIAM, M.D, 1819. 

"Anglus" [Grad. Alb.]. 

JONES, WILLIAM ARTHUR, M.A. 1841. 

Unitarian Minister at (i) Northampton, (2) Bridgewater, and (3)Taunton; 
born ist May, 1818; died 23rd April, 1873. 



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JONES, WILLIAM HUTCHINSON BULKELEY, M.D. 1826. 

Princes Town, Devon; Staff-Surgeon, R.N. 

JONES, WILLIAM LLEWELYN, M.B., CM. 1893. 

Cefn-Coed, Merthyr Tydfil. 

JONES, WILLIAM REES, M.B., CM. 1880, M.D. 1887. 

Brecon : Coroner for South Division of County. 

JORDAN, JAMES, CM. 1837. 

"Hibernus" [Grad. Alb.]. 

JORDAN, JOHN, CM. 1826. 

" Hibernus " [Grad. Alb.]. 

JORDAN, WILLIAM, M.A. 1895. 

Teacher in Kay Public School, Glasgow. 

JOSEPH, JOSEPH MARCUS, M.D., CM. 1852, LL.D. 1866. 

Deputy-Surgeon-General, Madras Army. 

JOSEPH, LAURENCE ALFRED, M.D. 1831. 

"Anglus" [Grad. Alb.]; "Surgeon in the 4th regiment of dragoon guards" 
[Univ. Minute, loth March, 1831]. 

JUBB, GEORGE, M.B., CM. 1895. 

Ship Surgeon. 

JUBB, JAMES HERBERT, B.L. 1884. 

Writer, Glasgow. 

JUBB, JOHN, B.L. 1883. 

Writer, Glasgow. 

JUBB, THOMAS EDWARD, M.A. 1878. 

F.C. Minister at Luss. 

KALLEY, ROBERT REID, M.D. 1838. 

Island of Madeira (had to leave owing to the part he took in Protestant 
movement of 1845 and 1846); Rio-de-Janeiro; Edinburgh; died there, lyth 
January, 1888. 

KANE, THOMAS, M.D. 1841. 

Limerick; died March, 1890. 

KATER, DAVID, M.A. 1887. 

F.C. Minister at Bathgate. 

KAVANAGH, BERNARD, M.D. 1849. 

Limerick; died i9th October, 1879, aged 56. 

KAY, ADAM, M.B., CM. 1894. 

Glasgow; Treherbert, Glam. 

KAY, JAMES, M.D. 1833. 

Eaglesham. 



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KAY, ROBERT, M.A. 1794. 

Minister of (i) Kinclaven, (2) Canongate Chapel, Edinburgh, (3) Perth West; 
died 1 5th October, 1819, aged 48. 

KAY, ROBERT, B.A. 1833. 

"Fil. n. max. Davidis Scribae Kilmarnock" [Matric. Alb. 1827]. 

KAY, THOMAS, M.B., C.M. 1893. 

Glasgow ; Helensburgh. 

KAY, WILLIAM, M.B., C.M. 1865, M.D. 1867. 

Maybole ; Gatehouse-of-Fleet ; Bombay. 

KAYE, JAMES ROBERT, M.B., C.M. 1880. 

Huntingdon ; Bromsgrove, Wore. ; Birmingham ; Huddersfield. 

KEAN, WILLIAM, M.A. 1880, B.D. 1881. 

(i) Consular Chaplain, Minister of St. Andrew's Church, and Missionary to 
Jews at Alexandria, Egypt ; (2) Minister of Ruthrieston, Aberdeen ; (3) 
Missionary (London Missionary Society) to St. Petersburg. 

KEARNEY, JOHN, M.D. 1787. 

KEARNS, JOHN STEELE, C.M. 1834. 

"Hibernia" [Grad. Alb.]. 

KEAY, EBENEZER, M.A. 1736. 

"F. Ebenezer Key Mercatoris in New Market in Comit. dicto Flintshire" 
[Matric. Alb. 1733]. 

KEAY, JOHN, M.B., C.M. 1881, M.D. 1888. 

Glasgow; Lenzie; Dumfries; Polton, Midlothian; Inverness (Medical 
Superintendent of District Asylum). 

KEDDIE, JOHN, M.B., C.M. 1886. 

Uddingston ; Fauldhouse. 

KEELE, HENRY WILLIAM, M.D. 1832. 

Ventnor; London; Woolstone, Hants.; Southampton; died 23rd January, 
1875, aged 84. 

KEELING, WILLIAM BROWN, M.D. 1839. 

"Anglus" [Grad. Alb.]. 

KEENAN, CAMPBELL BROWN, M.D. 1839. 

"Hybernus" [Grad. Alb.]. 

KEITH, NEIL, M.B., C.M. 1892. 

Campbeltown ; Manchester ; Kintyre. 

KEITH, PETER HAY, D.D. 1844. 

Minister of Hamilton; died 1874, aged 74. 

KELL, EDMUND, M.A. 1819. 

Unitarian Minister at (i) Newport, Isle of Wight, (2) Southampton; died 
i7th January, 1874. 



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KELL, JAMES, CM. 1820. 

"Hibernia" [Grad. Alb.]. 

KELL, JOHN, M.A. 1806. 

"Filius natu Tertius Joannis de Rockeycreek in parochia de Chester in South 
Carolina in America" [Matric. Alb. 1802]. 

KELLO, GEORGE, CM. 1819. 

Biggar; died 24th August, 1864, aged 70. 

KELLY, ADAM BROWN, B.Sc. 1887, M.B., CM. 1888. 

London; Glasgow; son of Adam Lawson Kelly, M.D. (q.v.). 

KELLY, ADAM LAWSON, M.D. 1859. 

Glasgow. 

KELLY, ARTHUR HILL, M.D. 1864. 

Assistant Surgeon, R.N. ; died September, 1864. 

KELLY, DANIEL, M.A. 1811. 

Minister of (i) Southend, (2) Campbeltown; died zgth January, 1843, 
aged 53. 

KELLY, DANIEL, CM. 1833. 

Carndonagh, Co. Donegal; America; Carndonagh. 

KELLY, HUBERT, M.D. 1789. 

"Hibernus" [Grad. Alb.]. 

KELLY, HUGH, M.D. 1820. 

"Hibernus" [Grad. Alb.]. 

KELLY, HUGH, M.B, CM. 1884, M.D. 1896. 

Glasgow. 

KELLY, JAMES KELLOCK, M.B., CM. 1873, M.D. 1889. 

Glasgow (Lecturer on Gynaecology in St. Mungo's College). 

KELLY, JEREMIAH HUBERT, M.D. 1839. 

Parsonstown, King's Co. ; Philipstown, King's Co. ; Medical Superintendent, 
Spike Island Convict Prison, Queenstown ; London ; Parsonstown ; Blackrock, 
Co. Dublin. 

KELLY, JOHN, M.D. 1791. 

"Hibernus" [Grad. Alb.]. 

KELLY, PATRICK, M.D. 1796. 

"Hibernus" [Grad. Alb.]. 

KELLY, PATRICK, LL.D. 1809. 

Master of the "Mercantile School," Finsbury Square, London; Mathematician 
and Astronomer; born 1756; died at Brighton, 5th April, 1842. 

KELLY, SAMUEL, B.A. 1851, M.A. 1852. 

Possibly the same person as Samuel Kelly, Irish Presbyterian Minister at 
Tullamore, 1856-58, when resigned for an appointment to Australia on the 
Colonial Mission. 



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KELLY, WILLIAM, M.A. 1894. 

Teacher in (i) Govanhill, Glasgow, (2) Billhead there, (3) Bermondsey, 
London, S.E. 

KELSALL, HENRY, M.D. 1842. 

Surgeon, Royal Navy ; London ; Leicester ; Guildford ; Exeter ; Reigate ; 
died 3rd December, 1874, aged 72. 

KELSO, ALEXANDER, M.B., C.M. 1892. 

Brodick, Arran. 

KELSO, HAMILTON, M.D. 1762. 

"Filius unicus Henrici Mercatoris in Urbe Belfast in Hibernia" [Matric. Alb. 
1758]. 
KELSO, JAMES, C.M. 1840. 

"Hibernus" [Grad. Alb.]. 

KELSO, JOHN JOHNSTON, M.D. 1839, C.M. 1852. 

Lisburn, Co. Antrim. 

KELVIN, BARON, LL.D. 1896. 

William Thomson; Professor of Natural Philosophy in the University of 
Glasgow since 1846; Member of University Court (as Senate's Assessor), 
1872-76; B.A. Cantab. 1845; M.A. 1848; D.CL. Oxon. 1865; F.R.S.; P.R.S. 
1891 and subsequent years ; G.C.V.O. ; Knighted 1866 for services in furthering 
the laying of the Atlantic Cable; created Baron Kelvin of Largs 1892 ; born 26th 
June, 1824; son of Professor James Thomson, M.A. 1812, LL.D. 1829 (q.v.). 

KEMLO, WILLIAM, B.Sc. 1886. 

Engineer at (i) Dumbarton, (2) Colombo, Ceylon. 

KEMP, ANDREW, M.D. 1840. 

"Scotus" [Grad. Alb.]. 

KEMP, ARNOLD LOW, M.A. 1894. 

Licentiate of the Church of Scotland; son of William S. Kemp, LL.D. (q.v.). 

KEMP, ROBERT, M.A. 1878. 

Minister of Blairgowrie ; son of William S. Kemp, LL.D. (q.v.). 

KEMP, WILLIAM STRATHENRY, LL.D. 1872. 

(i) Classical Master in Leith High School; (2) Rector of Falkirk Grammar 
School; (3) Classical Master in Greenock Academy; (4) Head Classical Master 
in the High School of Glasgow; died 1873; B.A. Edin. 

KEMPT, GEORGE DAVIDSON, M.A. 1889. 

Barrister-at-Law, London. 

KENDALL, FRANCIS EDWARD, M.B., C.M. 1884. 

Ship Surgeon; St.-Mary-Bourne, Hants.; died i7th July, 1890, aged 27. 

KENNEDY, ALEXANDER, M.A. 1841, M.D., C.M. 1846. 

Coleraine, Co. Derry; Honolulu, Sandwich Islands; Portrush, Co. Antrim; 
died 1886. 



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KENNEDY, ALEXANDER BLACKIE WILLIAM, LL.D. 1894. 

Sometime Professor of Engineering in University College, London ; F.R.S. 

KENNEDY, ANDREW, M.D. 1803. 

"Hibernus" [Grad. Alb.]. 

KENNEDY, ARCHIBALD ROBERT STIRLING, B.D. 1883, D.D. 1893. 

Professor of Oriental Languages in (i) University of Aberdeen, 1887-95, 
(2) University of Edinburgh since 1895; M.A. Aberdeen. 

KENNEDY, DANIEL, M.D. 1835. 

" Filius natu maximus Joannis, Mercatoris, apud Dumbarton " [Matric. Alb. 

'34 

KENNEDY, DAVID GIVEN, M.B. 1872, M.D. 1875. 

Ship Surgeon ; London. 

KENNEDY, DUNCAN SINCLAIR, M.B., CM. 1873. 

Tarbolton; Fort-William; Perth. 

KENNEDY, HUGH, M.D. 1836. 

Glasgow; Auckland, New Zealand; died 1891. 

KENNEDY, JAMES, M.D. 1813. 

Practitioner at (i) Ashby-de-la-Zouch, (2) Woodhouse, Loughborough ; 
Medical Bibliographer; born circa 1785; died in London, gth May, 1851. 

KENNEDY, JAMES, M.B., CM. 1872, M.D. 1888. 

Tyboe, Co. Tyrone ; Brotton, Yorks. ; Guisborough, Yorks. ; West Auckland, 
Durham; died i7th January, 1891. 

KENNEDY, JOHN, M.A, 1766. 

" Filius natu maximus Hugonis de Cultra Armigeri in Comitatu de Downe, 
Hib." [Matric. Alb. 1763]. 

KENNEDY. JOHN, M.A. 1810, M.D. 1814. 

" Filius Unicus Jacobi Agricolae in parochia de Aghadery in comitatu de 
Down" [Matric. Alb. 1807]. 

KENNEDY, JOHN, M.D. 1833. 

Inspector-General of Hospitals, Madras Army; died at Ayr, 6th April, 
1893, aged 83. 

KENNEDY, JOHN, M.A. 1889. 

B.D. Edin. 1892; Minister of Wemyss, Fife. 

KENNEDY, JOHN ALEXANDER, M.A. 1882, M.B., C.M. 1886, M.D. 1892. 

Glasgow; Bearsden ; son of William Kennedy, LL.D. 1888 (q.v.). 

KENNEDY, RICHARD, M.D. 1810. 

"Orientalis India" [Grad. Alb.]. 

KENNEDY, ROBERT, C.M. 1830. 

KENNEDY, ROBERT, B.A, 1847, M.A. 1848. 

Presbyterian Minister at Myroe, Londonderry. 



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KENNEDY, ROBERT, B.Sc. 1887, M.A. 1888, M.B., C.M. 1890, M.D. 1896. 

Glasgow (Assistant to Professor of Natural History in the University, 1889 
and 1890, and sometime Lecturer on Biology in Technical College). 

KENNEDY, ROBERT, B.Sc. 1893. 

Engineer (Kennedy's Patent Water Meter Co., Ld., and Glenfield Co., Ld.), 
Kilmarnock. 

KENNEDY, SAMUEL GEORGE, M.A. 1814. 

Minister of (i) Leith Wynd Chapel, Edinburgh, (2) West Parish, Perth; 

died 30th December, 1835, aged 40; son of Thomas Kennedy, M.A. 1781 (q.v.). 

KENNEDY, THOMAS, M.A. 1767. 

Possibly the same person as Thomas Kennedy, Minister, sometime in 
America, thereafter of Irish Presbyterian Congregation at Holywood, 1778-88, 
and who died 7th February, 1788. 

KENNEDY, THOMAS, M.A. 1781. 

Minister (i) at Carlisle, (2) at Manchester, (3) of St. Madces ; died i6th 
March, 1828, aged 73. 

KENNEDY, THOMAS, D.D. 1784. 

Minister of Down Patrick. 

KENNEDY, THOMAS, M.A. 1815. 

Minister of the Irish Presbyterian Congregation of Corboy and Tully, 
1817-39, when suspended by Synod, and joined the "Remonstrants." 

KENNEDY, WILLIAM, C.M. 1823. 

Tarbert, Co. Kerry; died 1857. 

KENNEDY, WILLIAM, C.M. 1826. 

"Scotus" [Grad. Alb.]. 

KENNEDY, WILLIAM, C.M. 1832, M.D. 1833. 

"Scotus" [Grad. Alb.]. 

KENNEDY, WILLIAM, LL.D. 1888. 

(i) Head Master of Ladyloan F.C. School, Arbroath ; (2) Lecturer in 

F.C. Training College, Edinburgh; (3) Secretary to the Educational Institute 

of Scotland; (4) Clerk to School Board of Glasgow; M.A. Edin. 1867; died 

icth December, 1891, aged 59. 

KENNEDY, WILLIAM WILLOUGHBY, M.A. 1883. 

M.B. Lond. 1891; London; Beaconsfield, Bucks. 

KENNER, RODAMUS, M.A. 1728. 

"Anglo. Virg." [Matric. Alb. 1726]. 

KENNEY, ANDREW, M.D. 1790. 

"Scotus" [Grad. Alb.]. 

KENNEY, PETER, M.D. 1834. 

"Hibernus" [Grad. Alb.]. 



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307 



KENNY, GEORGE GEILS, M.B., CM. 1883. 

Portobello ; Devonport, Auckland, N.Z. 

KENRICK, JOHN, M.A. 1736. 

Spent his life at Bronyclydwr, Llanegryn, Merionethshire, as a Country 
Gentleman; cousin of Samuel Kenrick (q.v.). 

KENRICK, JOHN, M.A. 1810. 

Professor in the Unitarian College at (i) York, (2) Manchester; (Author 
of a History of Phoenicia, and one of Ancient Egypt}} born at Exeter, 4th 
February, 1788; died at York, yth Ma}', 1877. 

KENRICK, SAMUEL, M.A. 1747. 

One of the founders of the Bewdley Bank, Worcestershire; born i7th 
June, 1728; died 1812. 

KEOGH, ARTHUR GEORGE, M.B., CM. 1884. 

St. Kilda, Victoria, Australia. 

KEON, JOHN, M.D. 1795. 

"Hibernus" [Grad. Alb.]. 

KER, CHARLES, M.A. 1880. 

Chartered Accountant, Glasgow. 

KER, JAMES, M.A. 1850. 

U.P. Minister at (i) Chirnside, (2) Leicester. 

KER, MOSES, M.A. 1748. 

"Hib. filius Samuelis Ker in parochia de Tullylish in Com. de Down" 
[Matric. Alb. 1735]. 

KER. WILLIAM TURNBULL, M.A. 1844. 

F.C. Minister at Deskford, Cullen; resigned 28th August, 1883; died 
August, 1885. 

KERR, ALEXANDER, CM. 1826. 

Liverpool. 

KERR, BRYCE, M.A. 1838. 

Minister of Relief Church, Largo, 1843; died some weeks after ordination. 

KERR, DANIEL, M.B., CM. 1890. 

Hamilton ; Baillieston. 

KERR, DAVID, M.B., CM. 1895. 

Crewe. 

KERR, EDWARD PLEYDELL BOUVERIE, M.A. 1887. 

Clerk-at-Law, Glasgow. 

KERR, GEORGE LAWSON, M.B., CM. 1893. 

Glasgow. 

KERR, GEORGE SCOTT, M.A. 1883, B.D. 1886. 

Minister of Tinwald. 



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KERR, HUGH, M.A. 1804. 

"Fil. n. max. Hugonis Artificis in par. de Dairy et com. de Ayr" [Matric. 
Alb. 1792]. 

KERR, HUGH, M.A. 1887, M.B., C.M. 1892. 

Abergavenny; Stone, Bucks. 

KERR, JAMES, M.A. 1776. 

Either this graduate or James Kerr, M.A. 1778 (q.v.), was possibly the 
same person as James Ker, Irish Presbyterian Minister at Clougherney, 1781 
to 1823, who died 5th June, 1823. 

KERR, JAMES, M.A. 1778. 

See note under James Kerr, M.A. 1776. 

KERR, JAMES ALEXANDER, B.A. 1847, M.A. 1848. 

" Filius nat max. Edvardi agricolae in com. de Wigton " [Matric. Alb. 
1844]. 

KERR, JAMES DICKSON, B.L. 1895. 

Writer, Glasgow. 

KERR, JOHN, M.A. 1849, LL.D. 1868. 

Mathematical Lecturer in Free Church Training College, Glasgow, since 
1857- 

KERR, JOHN, M.A. 1854, LL.D. 1877. 

H.M. Inspector of Schools, 1860-96, when retired; Degree Examiner on 
Classics in Glasgow University, 1872-75. 

KERR, JOHN, M.B., C.M. 1883. 

Glasgow; Beith; Cathcart; Beith; Newcastle, N.S. Wales; Darfield, 
Canterbury, N.Z. 

KERR, JOHN, B.L. 1883. 

Solicitor, Kilmarnock. 

KERR, JOHN ALOYSIUS, M.B., C.M. 1884. 

Glasgow; Snowtown, S. Australia; died at Dumbarton, 23rd March, 1896. 

KERR, JOHN GEORGE DOUGLAS, M.B., C.M. 1880. 

Glasgow; Bath. 

KERR, JOHN GILMOUR, M.B., C.M. 1889. 

Old Cumnock. 

KERR, JOHN GUTHRIE, M.A. 1876. 

Mathematical Master in Kilmarnock Academy, 1876-77 ; Lecturer on 

Mathematics and Physics in Church of Scotland Training College, Glasgow, 

1877-90; Head Master of Allan Glen's School, Glasgow, since 1890; Snell 

Exhibitioner, 1874. 

KERR, JOHN MARTIN MUNRO, M.B., C.M. 1890. 

Glasgow: Assistant to Professor Murdoch Cameron (q.v.). 



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KERR, NORMAN SHANKS, M.D., C.M. 1861. 

Glasgow; Liverpool; Surgeon, Montreal Ocean S.S. Co.; London; 
Dunstable, Beds. ; London. 

KERR, ROBERT, M.A. 1794- 

"Hibernus" [Grad. Alb.]. 

KERR, ROBERT, M.A. 1882. 

U.P. Minister at Kirkmuirhill. 

KERR, ROBERT MALCOLM, LL.D. 1857. 

Barrister-at-Law ; Judge of the Sheriffs Court of the City of London. 

KERR, WILLIAM CAIRD, M.A. 1886, B.L. 1892, LL.B. 1892. 

Writer, Glasgow. 

KERR, WILLIAM JAMES, M.B., C.M. 1895. 

London. 

KERR, WILLIAM ROBERT, M.A. 1891. 

Minister of the Free Church at Kirkoswald since 1897. 

KERR, WILLIAM SMITH, M.D. 1858. 

Carluke; Lesmahagow; Dumfries; died 1890, aged 55. 

KERRIGAN, HUGH, C.M. 1841. 

"Hibernus" [Grad. Alb.]. 

KESSEN, ANDREW, B.A. 1840, LL.D. 1848. 

Principal of the Government Normal Seminary, Ceylon. 

KESSON, HENRY, M.A. 1896. 

Teacher in Stewartville School, Partick. 

KEWLEY, JOHN, M.D. 1785. 

"Anglus" [Grad. Alb.]. 

KEY, DAVID RITCHIE, M.A. 1881. 

Minister of (i) Baptist Church, Galashiels, (2) London Road U.P. Church, 
Edinburgh. 

KEYWORTH, HENRY MARTYN, M.A. 1841. 

Sometime resident in Manchester; afterwards Curate at West Teignmouth, 

Devon, 1880-82 ; Curate at Upper Weston, Bath, 1882-85 '> to k temporary 

or occasional duty in sundry Churches at Bath and Leamington, 1885-92 ; 

born 3rd August, 1821; died 2ist November, 1892. 

KIDD, ALEXANDER, M.A. 1773. 

Intended for Dissenting Ministry in " South Britain " ; no trace of his career. 

KIDD, ARCHIBALD, M.A. 1776. 

Rector of Jonesboro' ; died 1833, aged 79. 

KIDD, CHARLES, M.D. 1845. 

London; died i8th February, 1874. 



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KIDD, JAMES, M.A. 1877, B.D. 1880, D.D. 1895. 

U.P. Minister at (i) St. Andrews, (2) Erskine Church, Glasgow. 

KIDD, JOSEPH, M.A. 1775. 

Intended for Dissenting Ministry in " South Britain " ; no trace of his career. 

KIDD, ROBERT, M.D. 1787. 

"Served as a Surgeon in the Royal Navy for ten years" [Univ. Minute, 
7th August, 1787]. 

KIDD, THOMAS, M.A. 1870. 

U.P. Minister at Moniaive. 

KIDD, THOMAS, M.A. 1892. 

Teacher in Larkhall Academy, Larkhall. 

KIDLEY, ROBERT ALLEN, CM. 1845. 

Hereford; died 3oth May, 1882. 

KIDSTON, JAMES BURNS, M.A. 1883. 

Writer, Glasgow. 

KIDSTON, WILLIAM, D.D. 1831. 

Minister of the United Secession Church at (i) Kennoway, (2) East Campbell 
Street, Glasgow; died 23rd October, 1852, aged 85. 

KIDSTON, WILLIAM, B.L. 1880. 

Writer, Glasgow. 

KIERNAN, FRANCIS, M.A. 1771. 

"Filius natu maximus Fergusii quondam Agricolae in parochia Killishandra 
Comitatu de Cavan Hiberniae" [Matric. Alb. 1769]. 

KIERNAN, JAMES, M.D. 1835. 

Enniskillen; died 1879. 

KILBURN, EBENEZER, M.A. 1743. 

"Dublinensis filius Adami Kelburn ex Insula Bota in Scotia" [Maine. 
Alb. 1741]. 

KILGOUR, ROBERT, M.A. 1886, B.D. 1889. 

Church of Scotland Missionary to Darjeeling, India. 

KILLEN, JAMES MILLAR, M.A. 1838. 

Presbyterian Minister, Comber, County Down, 1843-79; died 3rd September, 
1879. 

KILLEN, JOHN, M.A. 1735. 

"Filius Jacobi Killen in Com. de Tyron in Hib." [Matric. Alb. 1734]. 

KILLEN, WILLIAM DOOL, D.D. 1843. 

Minister of Presbyterian Church, Raphoe, Co. Donegal, 1829 to 1841 ; Pro- 
fessor of Church History and Pastoral Theology in Belfast Presbyterian 
College since 1841 (alive in 1897); President of Faculty since the year 1868. 



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KILLOCH, MATTHEW, M.B., C.M. 1884. 

Wigan ; New Cornsay, Durham ; Johnstone ; died suddenly (in a railway 
carriage while travelling to London), ist February, 1897. 

KILPATRICK, ALEXANDER, M.B., C.M. 1880. 

Govan. 

KILPATRICK, HUGH WALLACE, M.B., C.M. 1887. 

Ship Surgeon; Paisley; Bolton-le-Moors ; died there, loth November, 1893. 

KILPATRICK, ROBERT ROBERTSON, M.B., C.M. 1891. 

Paisley; Bolton. 

KILPATRICK, THOMAS BUCHANAN, M.A. 1877, B.D. 1880. 

F.C. Minister at (i) Burntisland, (2) Ferry hill, Aberdeen. 

KILPATRICK, WILLIAM, M.A. 1883. 

F.C. Minister at Gorgie, Edinburgh. 

KING, ALEXANDER, M.D. 1843. 

Glasgow; died 3rd September, 1859. 

KING, ALLAN, M.A. 1826. 

"Fil. 2 dus nat. Joannis ludimagistri Govan" [Matric. Alb. 1820]. 

KING, ANDREW, M.A. 1812. 

Possibly the same person as Andrew King, M.A., D.D., Minister of (i) 

Torphichen, (2) St. Stephen's, Glasgow, (3) Free St. Stephen's there ; afterwards 

Professor of Theology in Presbyterian College, Halifax, Nova Scotia; born at 

Glasgow, 1793; died 1874. 

KING, BENJAMIN WATTS, M.D. 1799. 

Sometime Practitioner in the West Indies, afterwards in Glasgow; died there, 
1841. 

KING, CHARLES CROKER, M.D. 1840. 

Professor of Anatomy, etc., in Queen's College, Galway; died 28th 
February, 1888. 

KING, CHARLES GILROY, M.B., C.M. 1884. 

Ship Surgeon; Pollokshaws. 

KING, DANIEL, C.M. 1820, M.D. 1831. 

"Scotus" [Grad. Alb.]. 

KING, DAVID, LL.D. 1840. 

U.P. Minister at (i) Dalkeith, (2) Greyfriars, Glasgow, (3) Westbourne Grove, 
London, (4) Morningside, Edinburgh; born in Montrose, 2oth May, 1806 ; died in 
London, 2oth December, 1883; brother-in-law of Lord Kelvin (q.v.). 

KING, DAVID MILLAR, M.B., C.M. 1893. 

Boxmoor, Herts. ; Great Berkhamsted there. 

KING, GILBERT, M.D. 1827. 

London ; Surgeon, R.N. ; Inspector-General of Hospitals and Fleets ; died at 
London, i8th March, 1864, aged 73. 



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KING, HARDING GIFFARD, M.D. 1834. 

"Hibernus" [Grad. Alb.]. 

KING, HENRY, M.A. 1767. 

"Filius Caroli Armigeri in Urbe Dublin, Hibernia" [Matric. Alb. 1766]; 
apprehended ist November, 1766, on a charge of "maltreating and abusing" a 
Burgh Officer [Univ. Minute, 27th November, 1766]; and complained against for 
having, on Sunday, 8th February, 1767, along with another student, "beat and 
bruised" three Shoemakers [Univ. Minute, i2th February, 1767]. 

KING, JAMES, M.B., CM. 1882. 

Leigh, Lanes. 

KING, SIR JAMES, BART., LL.D. 1885. 

Of Campsie, Merchant in Glasgow; Dean of Faculties in the University, 
1879 to 1882; sometime Lord Provost of Glasgow; Member of University 
Court (as Chancellor's Assessor) since 1887; born i3th July, 1830. 

KING, JAMES WATERS, B.A. 1857, M.A. 1860, D.D. 1894. 

Minister of (i) Elders' Church, Havannah, Glasgow, (2) Killearn, (3) New 
Kilpatrick; Member of University Court (as General Council Assessor) since 
1891. 

KING, JOHN, M.A. 1764. 

"Filius natu maximus Alexandri, Agricolae, in Parochia de Blackfoord, in 
comitatu de Perth" [Matric. Alb. 1760]. 

KING, JOHN, M.A. 1820. 

Presbyterian Minister at (i) Ballyjamesduft, (2) Bellasis, Virginia, Co Cavan. 

KING, JOHN, M.A. 1863. 

Licentiate of the Church of Scotland : (i) supplied the pulpit at Wick during 

a vacancy; (2) Assistant to Minister of Bower; (3) Missionary at Shurrery, Thurso ; 

(4) Assistant to Minister of Balmaghie ; thereafter Private Teacher in (i) Edinburgh, 

(2) Inverness, (3) Edinburgh; cousin of Peter M'Whirter, B.A. 1861 (q.v.). 

KING, JOHN LIDDLE, M.A. 1888. 

E.U. (Congregational) Minister at Rutherglen. 

KING, JOSEPH LIDDLE, M.A. 1887. 

(i) E.U. Minister at Ardrossan; (2) E.U. Minister at Fraserburgh; (3) F.C. 
Missionary at Torrance of Campsie. 

KING, ROBERT, M.D. 1824. 

"Scotus" [Grad. Alb.]. 

KING, WALTER, M.A. 1893. 

Student of Law. 

KING, WILLIAM, M.A. 1781. 

" Filius natu Quartus Gulielmi Agricolae in parochia de Baldernock in comi- 
tatu de Sterling" [Matric. Alb. 1778]. 



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KING, WILLIAM, M.A. 1793, M.D. 1798- 

A "Dr. W. King" was a Practitioner in Glasgow in 1820 [M'Kenzie's 
Reminiscences]. 

KING, WILLIAM STEVENSON, M.D. 1833. 

Helensburgh. 

KING, WILLIAM YUILL, M.A. 1875. 

Assistant to Professor of Humanity in the University of Glasgow, 1879-80; 
H.M. Inspector of Schools; Degree Examiner on Classics in the University, 
1887-90; Snell Exhibitioner, 1873; B.A. Oxon. 1877; M.A. 1881. 

KINGHORN, ALEXANDER MATHIESON, M.B., C.M. 1884. 

Glasgow; Cambuslang; Glasgow; Manchester. 

KINGLAKE, ROBERT, M.D. 1794. 

Probably the same person as Robert Kinglake, M.D., Practitioner at (i) 
Chipping Norton, (2) Chilton-upon-Polden, (3) Taunton; died 26th September, 
1842, aged 77. 

KINNEAR, ALEXANDER SMITH (BARON KINNEAR OF SPURNESS), LL.D. 1894. 
Advocate (called 1856); Q.C. ; LL.D. Edin. 1878; Senator of the College of 
Justice, Edinburgh, since 1882 ; Chairman of the Scottish Universities' Commission 
of 1889; born in Edinburgh, 3rd November, 1833; created Baron, 1897. 

KINNEDDER, LORD. See ERSKINE, WILLIAM, M.A. 1786. 

KINNIER, JAMES, M.D. 1814. 

"Hibernus" [Grad. Alb.]. 

KINROSS, JOHN, M.A. 1833. 

Minister of (i) St Thomas's, Leith, 1842-43, (2) Largs, 1843-83; born i3th 
July, 1812; died 5th December, 1883. 

KIRK, ALEXANDER CARNEGIE, LL.D. 1888. 

Engineer and Shipbuilder in Glasgow; died 5th October, 1892, aged 62. 

KIRK, JAMES, CM. 1837, M.D. 1852. 

Glasgow; died 1858, aged 47. 

KIRK, JAMES BALDERSTONE, M.D. 1810. 

Greenock. 

KIRK, JOHN, CM . lg2a 

"Scotus" [Grad. Alb.]. 

KIRK, JOHN, M>D . ,828. 

"Scotus" [Grad. Alb.]. 

KIRK, WILLIAM, M>A . lgga 

E.U. (Congregational) Minister at Bathgate. 
KIRKE, ROBERT, D . D . l8?2 . 

Minister of (i) Newark Church, Port-Glasgow, (2) Middle Church, Paisley, 
(3) Hutton, Berwickshire; born at New Kilpatrick, 1820. 



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KIRKHOPE, DAVID CONNOR, M.B., CM. 1895. 

Glasgow. 

KIRKHOPE, JOHN, M.A. 1886, LL.B. 1890. 

Catholic Apostolic Clergyman in (i) Glasgow, (2) Sydney, (3) Melbourne. 

KIRKLAND, ANDREW, M.D. 1864, C.M. 1866. 

Chalfont-St. -Peter, Bucks. 

KIRKLAND, ANDREW, M.D., C.M. 1865. 

Blackburn ; Motherwell. 

KIRKLAND, ARCHIBALD, B.A. 1834. 

u Scotus" [Grad. Alb.]. 

KIRKLAND, GEORGE ANDREW DOW, M.A. 1883. 

Writer, Glasgow. 

KIRKLAND, HUGH, M.A. 1815. 

"Filius natu 4 tus Hugonis, Nautae, apud Market Hill in Comitatu de 
Armagh" [Matric. Alb. 1812]. 

KIRKLAND, HUGH, M.B., C.M. 1888. 

Bathurst, N.S. Wales. 

KIRKLAND, JAMES, M.A. 1867, M.B., C.M. 1873. 

Dalserf; Esh, Durham. 

KIRKLAND, JAMES, M.A. 1879. 

(i). Teacher in Ayr Academy; (2) employed in London and Lancashire 
Fire Insurance Office, Chicago, U.S.A. 

KIRKLAND, JAMES, M.B., C.M. 1895. 

St. Leonards-on-Sea. 

KIRKLAND, ROBERT, M.B., C.M. 1880. 

Newmains; Abington; Cheltenham. 

KIRKLAND, THOMAS SPEIRS, M.B., C.M. 1887, M.D. 1896. 

Bo'ness; Blayney, N.S. Wales; Croydon there. 

KIRKLAND, WILLIAM, M.B., C.M. 1885. 

Chalfont-St. -Peter, Bucks. ; Motherwell ; Wakefield ; Motherwell. 

KIRKMARTIN, WILLIAM. See MARTIN, WILLIAM KIRK. 

KIRKPATRICK, ALEXANDER, M.B., C.M. 1884. 

Deanside, Dumfries ; Guisborough, Yorks. ; Attercliffe there. 

KIRKPATRICK, JAMES, M.D., D.D. 1732. 

Presbyterian Minister in (i) Templepatrick, (2) Belfast; died 1743. 

KIRKPATRICK, JOHN, LL.D. 1890. 

Advocate ; Professor of Constitutional Law and History in Edinburgh 
University since 1881 ; LL.B. Edin. 1870. 

KIRKWOOD, , C.M. 1817. 



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KIRKWOOD, ANDERSON, LL.D. 1867. 

Writer in Glasgow ; Professor of Conveyancing in the University, 1862-67 ; 
Member of University Court (as General Council Assessor), 1867-87; Secretary 
of Court, 1874-87; died i6th February, 1889, aged 77. 

KIRKWOOD, ANDREW STARK, M.A. 1844. 

Died same year, while a student of Secession Church, aged 23. 

KIRKWOOD, DANIEL, M.A. 1887, B.D. 1890. 

Minister of Houston since 1890. 

KIRKWOOD, JAMES, M.A. 1806. 

Relief and U.P. Minister at (i) Kilmarnock, (2) St. James' Place, Edinburgh; 

born at Strathaven, i2th November, 1788; died at Edinburgh, 27th July, 1877. 

KIRKWOOD, JAMES, M.D. 1836. 

"Scotus" [Grad. Alb.]. 
KIRKWOOD, JAMES, M.B., C.M. 1890. 

Greenock ; Partick. 

KIRKWOOD, JAMES HOWIE, B.Sc. 1887. 

Civil Engineer in (i) Glasgow, (2) Durban, (3) Pietermaritzburg, (4) 

Chorley, (5) Glasgow, (6) Edinburgh, (7) H.M. Naval Dockyard, Portsmouth, 
(8) H.M. Naval Dockyard, Gibraltar. 

KIRKWOOD, JOHN, M.B., C.M. 1895. 

Ship Surgeon; Grimsby. 

KIRKWOOD, ROBERT, M.A. 1818. 

Minister of Holy wood ; died loth October, 1844. 

KIRKWOOD, ROBERT, M.D. 1854. 

Glasgow ; Largs ; J. P. 

KIRKWOOD, THOMAS, M.A. 1814. 

"F. n. 3 tius Thomae Artificis Denny, Stirling" [Matric. Alb. 1809]. 
KIRKWOOD, THOMAS, M.B., C.M. 1878. 

Fauldhouse; Tamworth ; Rutherglen; Newcastle-on-Tyne. 

KIRKWOOD, THOMAS, M.A. 1888, M.B., C.M. 1892. 

Greenock ; Hereford. 

KIRKWOOD, WILLIAM ANDERSON, M.B., C.M. 1892. 

Glasgow. 

KITTERMASTER, JAMES, M.D. 1826. 

Meriden, Warwickshire; died i8th June, 1876, aged 87. 
KITTSON, JOHN, M>Di> CM . 

"Hibernus" [Grad. Alb.]. 
KNIGHT, ALEXANDER, M.D. 1848. 

Clones, Co. Monaghan; died 23rd March, 1894, aged 71. 
KNIGHT, GEORGE ALEXANDER FRANCIS, M.A. 1890. 

Licentiate of Free Church; grandson of Alex. Neil Somerville, D.D. (q.v.). 



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KNIGHT, JAMES, M.A. 1882, B.Sc. 1884. 

Teacher, Glasgow, in (i) Greenside Street Public School, (2) Hozier Street 

Public School, (3) Dennistoun Public School, (4) High School, (5) John Street 

Public School ; also Lecturer on Physiology and Hygiene in High School since 

1891, and Lecturer on Dietetics in School of Cookery since 1892. 

KNIGHT, JOHN, M.B., CM. 1896. 

(Brunton Prizeman); Tollcross. 

KNIGHT, WILLIAM ANGUS, LL.D. 1879. 

Minister of (i) St. Enoch's Free Church, Dundee, 1866-73, (2) St. Enoch's 
Parish Church there, 1874-76 ; Professor of Moral Philosophy in St. Andrews 
University since 1876. 

KNOBEL, JOHAN BALTHAZAR, M.B. 1877. 

Glasgow ; Colesberg, Cape of Good Hope ; Philippolis, Orange Free State ; 
Colesberg; Pretoria, Transvaal. 

KNOWLES, THOMAS, M.A. 1732, M.D. 1739. 

Possibly the same person as Thomas Knowles, M.D., a native of Yorkshire, 
and Practitioner in London, who was admitted L.R.C.P. Lond. 1784, and 
died 1 6th November, 1786. 

KNOX, ANDREW, M.A. 1740. 

"F. Viri Rev. Fran. Knox V.D.M. in Castle Blany in Comit. Monaghan, 
Hib." [Matric. Alb. 1737]. 

KNOX, DAVID, M.A. 1812. 

"Filius natu maximus Gulielmi textoris Glasg. natus" [Matric. Alb. 1807]. 

KNOX, DAVID, M.D. 1853. 

Backworth, Newcastle; Bakewell, Derbyshire; Bawtry, Yorks. ; Acting 
Staff- Assistant-Surgeon in Crimean War; died i8th February, 1872, aged 40. 

KNOX, DAVID NEILSON, M.A. 1868, M.B., CM. 1872. 

Glasgow: Assistant to Professor Allen Thomson (q.v.), 1872-77; Lecturer 

on (i) Anatomy, etc., Veterinary College, (2) Artistic Anatomy, Haldane 

Academy of Art, (3) Surgery, Western Medical School; Professor of Clinical 

Surgery in St. Mungo's College. 

KNOX, HENRY, M.A. 1749. 

"Joannis nlius Mercatoris in Urbe Sligo in Com. ejusdem nominis in 
Hibernia" [Matric. Alb. 1746]. 

KNOX, JAMES, M.A. 1784. 

Irish Presbyterian Minister at (i) Drumbanagher, 1789-94, (2) Donaghadee, 

1794-98, when resigned on account of mental infirmity; died 22nd March, 1801. 

KNOX, JAMES, M.A. 1840, D.D. 1870. 

U.P. Minister at (i) Ayr, (2) Pollok Street, Glasgow; died at Edinburgh, 
1 7th January, 1886. 



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KNOX, JAMES, M.A. 1896. 

Student of Theology in United College, Bradford. 

KNOX, JAMES HUNTER, M.B. 1873. 

Newsham, Northumberland; Liverpool; Birkenhead ; Clapham, Yorks. 

KNOX, JAMES JOHN, M.A. 1822. 

Admitted Member of the Faculty of Physicians and Surgeons of Glasgow, 
1829; died 1837. 

KNOX, JOHN, M.A. 1752. 

KNOX, JOSEPH, M.D. 1848. 

"Hybernus" [Grad. Alb.]. 

KNOX, ROBERT, M.A. 1837. 

Minister of (i) Presbyterian Church, Coleraine, (2) Linenhall Street Presby- 
terian Church, Belfast; born at Clady, Co. Tyrone, 1815; died i6th August, 
1883. 

KNOX, SAMUEL, M.A. 1792. 

Minister of a Presbyterian Church at Bladensburg, Maryland; afterwards 
Principal of Frederick (Maryland) Academy, and of Baltimore College. 

KNOX, WILLIAM, LL.D. 1863. 

Parochial Schoolmaster of St. Ninians, Stirling; died 24th March, 1874, 
aged 75. 

KOLLIKER, RUDOLF ALBRECHT, LL.D. 1892. 

Professor of (i) Physiology and Comparative Anatomy at Zurich, 1845-47, 
(2) Anatomy in the University of Wiirzburg since 1847 ; born at Zurich, 
6th July, 1817. 

KYD, HENRY, M.A. 1809. 

Irish Presbyterian Minister at Boveva, 1818-39; died 4th June, 1839. 

KYD, JOHN, M.A. 1809, 

Brother of Henry Kyd, M.A, 1809 (q.v.). 

KYLE, DAVID HAMILTON, M.B., CM. 1880. 

St. Andrews. 

KYLE, THOMAS, B.A. 1854, M.A. 1855. 

Minister of (i) Kirn Chapel, Dunoon, (2) Banton, by Bonnybridge ; died 
1875 ; brother of William Kyle, B.A. 1860 (q.v.). 

KYLE, WILLIAM, B.A. 1860. 

Private Scholar, 7 Lauferthorgraben, Nuremberg, Bavaria; brother of Thomas 
Kyle, M.A. 1855 (q.v.). 

KYNSEY, THOMAS BRETT, M.D. 1832. 

Athy, Co. Kildare; J.P. ; died 28th October, 1874, aged 74. 

LABATT, CHRISTOPHER JAMES, M.D. 1833. 

" Hib." [Grad. Alb.]. 

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LABATT, JONATHAN, M.D. 1828. 

"Hibernus" [Grad. Alb.]. 

LADD, THEODORE EDWARD, M.D. 1849. 

London; died gth September, 1867, aged 40. 

LADE, GEORGE, M.D. 1850. 

Glasgow ; Cambridge ; King's Lynn ; Glasgow ; London ; Kilmalcolm ; 
Bushey, Herts.; Glasgow; died 24th February, 1893, aged 63. 

LADE, JAMES, M.A. 1889. 

Barrister-at-Law, London. 

LAEN, THOMAS LENNARD, M.B., CM. 1878. 

Cardiff. 

LAIDLAW, ARCHIBALD SCOTT, M.A. 1884, B.D. 1886. 

Professor of History and Philosophy in Madras Christian College, 1886-93; 
Minister of Huntly Free Church since 1893. 

LAIDLAW, JOHN, M.A. 1884, B.D. 1889. 

F.C. Minister at Muthill. 

LAIDLAW, WILLIAM GOODFELLOW, M.B., CM. 1867, M.D. 1872. 

Aintree, Lanes.; Tranmere, Cheshire; died 8th September, 1883. 

LAING, ALEXANDER, M.A. 1794. 

Minister of Relief Church, Southend, Kintyre; died ist March, 1851, 
aged 78. 

LAING, ALEXANDER, LL.D. 1865. 

Sometime hand-loom weaver in Brechin (his native place) ; afterwards 
Teacher there and in Glasgow ; subsequently Professor of Mathematics in 
Andersonian Institution, Glasgow, 1846-82; died ist December, 1882. 

LAING, CHARLES FREDERICK, M.B., CM. 1890. 

Glasgow ; Greenock ; Glasgow ; Macclesfield. 

LAING, JAMES, M.A. 1887. 

Free Church Minister at Dysart. 

LAING, JAMES BEGBIE, M.B., CM. 1885. 

Bridge of Earn. 

LAING, JOHN, B.A. 1860. 

Minister of (i) English Presbyterian Church at Belford, (2) Presbyterian 
Church at Upper Wymgeni, Natal, (3) Presbyterian Church at Addington, 
Durban, Natal. 

LAING, WILLIAM ALEXANDER GORDON, M.B., C.M. 1880, M.D. 1887. 

Truro, Cornwall ; Mevagissey there ; Barnstaple, Devon ; Truro. 

LAIRD, ANDREW JOHN, M.B., C.M. 1893. 

Glasgow. 



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LAIRD, ANDREW LAWRENCE, M.A. 1880. 

Minister of (i) Pleasance U.P. Church, Edinburgh, (2) English Presbyterian 
Church at Swalwell, (3) English Presbyterian Church at Newcastle-on-Tyne : 
on leaving Newcastle, joined one of the Sects of the Plymouthist order. 

LAIRD, DANIEL, M.B., CM. 1887. 

Glasgow. 

LAIRD, DAVID CLARK, M.B., CM. 1892. 

Ship Surgeon; Milngavie; Glasgow; Milngavie. 

LAIRD, HUGH, M.A. 1791- 

Minister of (i) Norriestown, (2) Portmoak, (3) Free Church there; died 
28th May, 1849, aged 86; D.D. Aberdeen, 1813. 

LAIRD, JAMES MUNGO, B.L. 1893. 

Writer, Glasgow. 

LAIRD, PETER ALEXANDER, M.B., CM. 1891. 

Glasgow; Kilmalcolm. 

LAIRD, SAMUEL, M.A. 1751. 

" Filius Jacob! in Parochia de Desartmartin in Com. de Londonderry " 
[Matric. Alb. 1749]. 

LAIRD, SAMUEL, M.D. 1849. 

Medical Officer of Troop Ships, etc.; Douglas, Isle of Man; died nth 
October, 1892. 

LAIRD, THOMAS, M.B., CM. 1887. 

Abertillery, Mon. ; Batley, Yorks. ; Heywood, Lanes. 

LAIRD, THOMAS DONALD, M.B., CM. 1892. 

Glasgow ; Burnley, Lanes. ; Carabuslang. 

LAIRD, WILLIAM, B.A. 1818, M.A. 1819. 

"F. n. max. Joan. Merc. Washington" [Matric. Alb. 1815]. 

LAKE, WILLIAM, M.A. 1824. 

"Fil. natu maximus Gulielmi Merc, in Liverpool" [Matric. Alb. 1821]. 

LALOR, JOSEPH, M.D. 1839. 

(i) Resident Physician in Kilkenny Lunatic Asylum, (2) Medical Superinten- 
dent, Richmond Lunatic Asylum, Dublin; died iyth August, 1886, aged 75. 

LAMB, DAVID, M.B., CM. 1891. 

Ship Surgeon; Glasgow. 

LAMB, GEORGE, M.B., CM. 1890. 

(Brunton Prizeman); Glasgow: Assistant to Professor of Anatomy in the 
University, 1891-92 ; Surgeon-Lieut., I. M.S., Bengal. 

LAMB, GEORGE, M.A. 1895. 

Student of Theology in U.P. College, Edinburgh. 



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LAMB, WILLIAM, D.D. 1853. 

Minister of (i) Pettinain, (2) Carmichael; Founder of the Lamb Bursary 
in Glasgow University; died i4th April, 1863, aged 87. 

LAMBERT, JAMES, M.D. 1855. 

Surgeon, French Transport Service in Crimea; Birkenhead. 

LAMBERTON, WILLIAM BROWN, M.A. 1882. 

Fruit Grower, Victoria, British Columbia; died there, 9th June, 1894. 

LAMBIE, ANDREW, M.A. 1827. 

(i) Secession Minister at Pitcairngreen ; (2) Teacher in Glasgow; (3) 
Minister of an offshoot from Laurieston Street Church, Edinburgh. 

LAMBIE, GAVIN, M.A. 1884. 

Minister of Yoker since 1895. 

LAMBIE, JAMES, M.A. 1822. 

" F. N. max. Jacobus Agricolae in par. de Tarbolton, Ayr " [Matric. Alb. 

1818]; according to Oliver & Boyd's Almanac, a person of the same name 

was at one time Church of Scotland Minister at Pickering and Whitby, Presbytery 

of Toronto, Canada. 

LAMBIE, JAMES, M.B. 1871. 

Glasgow ; Lowick, Northumberland. 

LAMBIE, JAMES, M.A. 1876. 

Journalist, Sydney, N.S. Wales. 

LAMBIE, ROBERT, M.D. 1854. 

Went to Melbourne as Ship Surgeon; died on return voyage, 1854; described 
by Professor John Nichol, in an early autobiography, as "foremost medical 
student of his time." 

LAMOND, ROBERT, M.A. 1891, LL.B. 1894. 

Writer in Glasgow. 

LAMONT, ARCHIBALD, M.A. 1888, B.D. 1896. 

English Presbyterian Missionary to Singapore. 

LAMONT, DANIEL, M.A. 1892. 

(Logan Medallist); (i) Assistant to Professor of Mathematics in Glasgow 
University, 1892-96; (2) Student of Theology in F.C. College, Glasgow. 

LAMONT, JAMES, M.B., CM. 1893. 

Glasgow; Bradford, Yorks.; Armley there. 

LANAUZE, ALEXANDER, M.A. 1768. 

" Georgii Filius natu secundus Mercatoris in urbe Dublin " [Matric. Alb. 
1767]. 

LANCASTER, BRYAN, M.A. 1731. 

"Angl." [Matric. Alb. 1728]. 



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LANCASTER, THOMAS, M.A. 1742. 

"Johannis F. in Par. Barton Comit. Westmorland" [Matric. Alb. 1739]- 

LANCEY. THOMAS, B.A. 1842, M.D. 1845. 

Enfieid, Middlesex. 

LANCIANI, RODOLFO, LL.D. 1889. 

Professor of Ancient Topography in the University of Rome ; D.C.L. Oxon. 

LANDER, JAMES, M.D. 1848. 

Ballinabay, Co. Cork ; Ballinhassig, Co. Cork ; Chetwynd, Cork ; Limerick ; 
Staff-Assistant-Surgeon, Army; died 1862. 

LANDSBOROUGH, DAVID, M.A. 1890. 

Medical Missionary of the Presbyterian Church of England to Formosa; 
M.B. Edin. 1895. 

LANE, ALEXANDER, CM. 1835, M.D. 1836. 

Aghadowey, Co. Antrim; died 1888. 

LANE, ALEXANDER, M.D. 1836. 

Surgeon, R.N. ; Bishop's Castle, Salop; Worthen, Salop; dun, Salop; 
Douglas, Isle of Man; died 5th May, 1877, aged 75. 

LANE, WILLIAM, CM. 1825, M.D. 1833. 

Newtownlimavady, Co. Deny; died 1876. 

LANG, ALEXANDER MORRISON, M.B. 1870. 

St. Andrew, Grenada, West Indies; London. 

LANG, ANDREW, M.A, 18901 

Minister of Holm, Orkney. 

LANG, ANDREW MONTGOMERIE, B.Sc 1874. 

Minister of High Church, Paisley. 

LANG, ARCHIBALD, M.D. 1816. 

"Late Surgeon in the Navy" [Univ. Minute, 30th March, 1816]. 

LANG, COSMO GORDON, M.A. 1884. 

Fellow and Dean of Divinity of Magdalen College, Oxford, and Vicar of 

St. Mary, the Virgin's, Oxford; late Fellow of All Souls College, and formerly 

Scholar of Balliol College; Vicar of Portsea, 1896; son of John Marshall Lang, 

D.D. (q.v.). 

LANG, EBENEZER, M.B., CM. 1888. 

Glasgow. 

LANG, GEORGE, M.A. 1882. 

F.C. Minister at Houston. 

LANG, GEORGE WASHINGTON, M.D. 1843. 

Killane, Co. Wexford ; died 1872. 

LANG, HUGH, M.B., C.M. 1890, M.D. 1893. 

Dundee; London. 

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LANG, HUGH MORRIS, M.D. 1838. 

Practised in Largs, but for many years has lived retired on his estate of 
Broadmeadows, Selkirk. 

LANG, JAMES, M.B., C.M. 1893. 

Glasgow. 

LANG, JOHN, M.A. 1769. 

Possibly the same person as John Lang, who was admitted a Member 
of the Glasgow Faculty of Procurators in 1777, and died 25th May, 1846. 

LANG, JOHN DUNMORE, M.A. 1820, D.D. 1825. 

Minister of the Presbyterian Church at Sydney, New South Wales, 1823-78; 
M.L.A. ; born at Greenock, 25th August, 1799; died at Sydney, 8th August, 
1878. 

LANG, JOHN MARSHALL, D.D. 1873. 

Minister of (i) East Aberdeen, (2) Fyvie, (3) Anderston, Glasgow, (4) 
Morningside, Edinburgh, (5) Barony, Glasgow. 

LANG, JOHN MUIR, M.A. 1882, LL.B. 1885. 

Writer, Paisley. 

LANG, JOSEPH, M.A. 1892. 

Teacher: (i) Interim Master, Craigton Public School, Milngavie, (2) 

Assistant, Cambusnethan Public School, Wishaw, (3) Assistant, Classics and 
Modern Languages, Hamilton Academy. 

LANG, MARSHALL BUCHANAN, M.A. 1887, B.D. 1890. 

Minister of Meldrum ; son of John Marshall Lang, D.D. (q.v.). 

LANG, PETER, M.A. 1820. 

"Filius natu minimus Joannis mercatoris in Liverpool" [Matric. Alb. 1816]. 

LANG, ROBERT, B.A. 1816. 

"Scotus" [Grad. Alb.]. 

LANG, ROBERT, B.A. 1835, M.A. 1836. 

Congregational Minister at (i) Ayr, (2) Chorley, Lanes., (3) Portobello, 
(4) Ward Chapel, Dundee, (5) Panmure Street Chapel, Dundee; retired 1872. 

LANG, SAMUEL, M.A. 1795. 

"Hibernus" [Grad. Alb.]. 

LANG, THOMAS, M.D. 1863. 

Glasgow; Tunbridge Wells; died xoth August, 1876, aged 34. 

LANG, WILLIAM, M.D., C.M. 1863. 

Grenada, West Indies. 

LANG, WILLIAM HENRY, B.Sc. 1894, M.B., C.M. 1895. 

Glasgow (Assistant to Professor of Botany in the University since 1894). 

LANG, WILLIAM ROBERT, B.Sc. 1891. 

Assistant to Professor of Chemistry in Glasgow University since 1890. 



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LANGHORNE, JOHN, M.D. 1775- 

"Brittannus" [Grad. Alb.]. 

LANGHORNE, THOMAS, LL.D. 1856. 

Episcopal Minister at Musselburgh ; died 2ist December, 1881, aged 81. 

LANGLEY, JOHN NEWTON. M.A. 1849, LL-D. 1868. 

Sometime Teacher, Mowbray House School, Wolverhampton ; afterwards 
Secretary and Registrar of University College, Bristol ; died at West Bromwich, 
loth March, 1890. 

LANGLEY, WILLIAM LESLIE, M.D. 1836. 

Staff-Surgeon-Major, Army ; Inspector-General. 

LANGMORE, WILLIAM, M.D. 1809. 

London; died 5th May, 1858, aged 74. 

LANGMUIR, ROBERT, M.A. 1889, M.B., CM. 1892. 

Glasgow. 

LANGSLOW, RICHARD, M.D. 1791. 

"Has practised Medicin in England for Eighteen years" [Univ. Minute, 
2nd May, 1791]. 

LANGWILL, JAMES, D.D. 1888. 

Minister of (i) Legerwood, (2) Currie. 

LAPRAIK, GEORGE, M.B., CM. 1887. 

Glasgow; Foochow, China; Glasgow; Sydney, N.S. Wales; Glasgow; New 
Zealand; son of Thomas Lapraik, M.D. (q.v.). 

LAPRAIK, THOMAS, M.D. 1859. 

Glasgow. 

LAPSLEY, WILLIAM, M.A, 1772. 

" Filius natu minimus Gulielmi Agricolae in Comitatu de Tyronne in 
Hibernia" [Matric. Alb. 1771]. 

LARGAN, JOSEPH, M.D. 1845. 

Fontstown, Co. Kildare. 

LAUDERDALE, EARL OF, LL.D. 1804. 

Advocate; M.P. for (i) Newport, Cornwall, (2) Malmesbury; Keeper of the 
Great Seal of Scotland; Ambassador (1806) to France to conclude peace ; born at 
Hatton, Mid Lothian, 26th January, 1759; died at Thirlstane Castle, i3th Sep- 
tember, 1839; Eighth Earl. 

LAUGHTON, JAMES BROTHERSTON, B.A. 1831. 

' Filius natu maximus Jacobi Mercatoris in Com. de Cumberland " [Matric. 
Alb. 1828]; believed to be the same person as the Rev. Mr. Laughton, who, 
according to Oliver & Boyd's Almanacs, was Church of Scotland Minister at (i) 
Paterson, Maitland Presbytery, Australia, (2) Bathurst St Stephen's, Bathurst 
Presbytery, Australia. 



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LAUGHTON, WILLIAM, D.D. 1881. 

Minister of (i) St Thomas's, Greenock, 1839-43, (2) St Thomas's Free Church, 
Greenock, 1843-97; died at 28 Greenhill Gardens, Edinburgh, ;th November, 
1897, aged 86. 

LAURIE, JAMES, M.B., CM. 1886. 

Ship Surgeon; Greenock. 

LAURIE, JOSEPH, D.D. 1840. 

(i) Scots Chaplain at Bombay; (2) Minister of Culross; demitted in con- 
sequence of ill-health, gth March, 1845. 

LAURIE, WILLIAM LARGE, M.D. 1838. 

Greenock. 

LAVERICK, JOHN THOMAS BROWN, M.B., CM. 1889. 

Hinderwell, Yorks. 

LAVERTY, GEORGE, M.A. 1868. 

Minister of the Secession Church at Tyrones Ditches, Poyntzpass, Co. Armagh, 
and at Clare, Tandragee. 

LAVERY, CHARLES, M.B., C.M. 1891. 

Dumbarton; Swindon, Wilts. 

LAW, JAMES, B.A. 1842, M.A. 1843. 

" Filius natu secundus Roberti agricolae in comitatu de Londonderry Hib." 
[Matric. Alb. 1838]. 

LAW, JAMES, M.A. 1894. 

Student of Theology in F.C. College, Glasgow. 

LAW, MICHAEL, M.A. 1773- 

"Filius unicus Josephi Agricolae in Parochia de Kilcare in Comitatu de 
Donegall in Hibernia" [Matric Alb. 1772]. 

LAW, THOMAS BROUGH, M.B., C.M. 1889. 

Ship Surgeon; Glasgow; Dundee; Barrow-in-Furness ; died at Alexandria, 
Egypt, 28th July, 1895. 

LAW, WILLIAM, M.B.. CM. 1876. 

Brandon, Durham; Whickham there. 

LAWES, GEORGE WILLIAM, D.D. 1895- 

Missionary in British New Guinea. 

LAWLOR, WILLIAM HILLIARD, M.D. 1838. 

Tralee, Co. Kerry; died 28th August, 1883. 

LAWRENCE, MARTIN BRYDON, B.L. 1881. 

Writer and Town Clerk, Oban; died there, 2ist July, 1895, aged 38. 

LAWRENCE, PETER LETWITCH, M.B., C.M. 1890. 

Glasgow; London (native of Bombay). 
LAWRENCE, ROLAND, M.D. 1812. 

"Anglus" [Grad. Alb.]. 



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LAWRIE, ARCHIBALD, D.D. 1816. 

Minister of Newmilns (Loudoun), 1793 to 1837 ; son (the "darling youth in 

manhood's dawning blush " of Burns's Prayer, infra) of George Lawrie, D. D. 

(q.v.), and father of George James Lawrie, D.D. (q.v.), and of James Adair 

Lawrie, M.A., M.D. (q.v.) ; died 5th May, 1837, aged 69. 

LAWRIE, ARCHIBALD CAMPBELL, B.A. 1856. 

Advocate; District Judge, Ceylon. 

LAWRIE, DAVID, M.B., CM. 1881. 

Kilmarnock. 

LAWRIE, GEORGE, D.D. 1791. 

Minister of Newmilns (Loudoun), 1763 to 1799, in whose Manse Burns wrote 

(overnight) and left the Prayer beginning, "O Thou dread Power that reign'st 

above"; father of Archibald Lawrie, D.D. (q.v.); died i7th October, 1799, 

aged 71. 

LAWRIE, GEORGE JAMES, D.D. 1828. 

Snell Exhibitioner, 1816; sometime Chaplain in St. Andrews Church, in the 

Presidency of Madras ; afterwards (1843 to 1877) Minister of Monkton; son of 

Archibald Lawrie, D.D. (q.v.); author of song, "Hae ye mind o' lang, lang syne"; 

died at Hythe, Kent, 1878, aged 82. 

LAWRIE, HUGH, M.B., CM. 1892. 

West Auckland, Co. Durham; Ramsbottom, Lanes. 

LAWRIE, JAMES, M.D. 1860. 

Glasgow; London; Glasgow. 

LAWRIE, JAMES ADAIR, M.A. 1820, M.D. 1822. 

Assistant-Surgeon, H.E.I.C. Service; afterwards Professor of Surgery in (i) 
Anderson's College, (2) Glasgow University, 1850 to 1859; died at Bridge of Allan, 
23rd November, 1859, aged 58; son of Archibald Lawrie, D.D. (q.v.). 

LAWRIE, JAMES MACPHERSON, M.B., CM. 1881, M.D. 1884. 

Glasgow; Weymouth ; J.P. 

LAWRIE,. JAMES THOMAS BRUDENELL, M.D. 1863, CM. 1863. 

Cuckfield, Sussex; Act. Assistant-Surgeon, Army; Ballarat, Australia; died 
i7th April, 1870, aged 28. 

LAWRIE, WILLIAM JOHN, M.B., CM. 1882, M.D. 1886. 

Glasgow; Ayr. 

LAWSON, ARCHIBALD, M.A. 1739. 

Minister of Kirkmahoe; died i4th December, 1796, aged 77; brother of 
Robert Lawson, M.A. 1739 (q.v.). 

LAWSON, JAMES, M.A. 1768. 

" Filius Patricii de Belvidere, in Parochia de Auchterairder in Comitatu de 
Perth" [Matric. Alb. 1767]. 



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LAWSON, JAMES BURNETT, M.B., CM. 1883, M.D. 1886. 

Glasgow; Rothesay. 

LAWSON, JOHN, M.D. 1828. 

"Scotus" [Grad. Alb.]. 

LAWSON, ROBERT, M.A. 1739. 

Minister of London Wall Church, London ; brother of Archibald Lawson, 
M.A. 1739 (q.v.). 

LAWSON, WILLIAM, M.B., CM. 1895. 

Glasgow. 

LAWSON, WILLIAM SYME, M.D. 1839. 

"Scotus" [Grad. Alb.], 

LAWTON, ARTHUR, M.B., C.M. 1894. 

Thornton, Lanes. ; Blackpool. 

LAXON, WILLIAM, M.D. 1840. 

Coventry; died 22nd February, 1870, aged 76. 

LEADER, HENRY, M.A., M.D. 1772. 

" Barbadensis " [Grad. Alb.]. 
LEAN, GEORGE, B.Sc. 1895. 

Assistant to Professor of Chemistry in Glasgow University since 1895. 

LEASK, HENRY LESLIE GRAHAM, M.B., C.M. 1888, M.D. 1892. 

Broxburn; Glasgow; Kinghorn; Glasgow. 
LECK, DAVID CALDER, M.A. 1876, LL.B. 1878. 

Barrister-at-Law, London. 

LECKIE, ALEXANDER, C.M. 1820. 

Bonhill; Dunoon; Glasgow; died 4th February, 1877, aged 79. 
LECKIE, DAVID, M.B., C.M. 1869. 

Glasgow; Surgeon-Lieut-Col., Army. 
LECKIE, JOSEPH, D.D. 1877. 

U.P. Minister at (i) Muirton, (2) Millport, (3) Ibrox, Glasgow; died 3rd 
January, 1889, aged 62. 

LECKY, WILLIAM EDWARD HARTPOLE, LL.D. 1895. 

Historian and Philosopher; born at Newton Park, near Dublin, 26th 

March, 1838; B.A., T.C.D., 1859; M.A. 1863; M.P. for Dublin University, 

1895; P.C. 1897. 

LEDINGHAM, ALEXANDER NAPIER, M.B., C.M. 1880. 

Govan. 

LEDLIE, JAMES CRAWFORD, D.D. 1828. 

Presbyterian Minister of (i) Donegore, 1806-08, (2) Larne. 

LEE, BREMNER PATRICK, M.A. 1884. 

Advocate; Sheriff-Substitute of Forfarshire since 1897; brother of Walter 
Edward Lee, M.A. 1885 (q.v.). 



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LEE, JOHN, M.A. 1885. 

Civil Engineer (i) with Caledonian Railway Co. at Kilwinning, (2) with 

London and North-Western Railway Co. at (a) Leeds, (b) Mansfield; Snell 

Exhibitioner, 1880-85; B.A. Oxon. 1885; brother of Walter Edward Lee, M.A. 

1885 (q.v.). 

LEE, MICHAEL WILLIAM, M.D. 1840. 

"Hibernus" [Grad. Alb.]. 

LEE, WALTER EDWARD, M.A. 1885. 

Minister of (i) Milton of Campsie Mission, (2) Greenlaw, Paisley; son of 
William Lee, D.D., Professor of Ecclesiastical History in the University of 
Glasgow, and grandson of Principal Lee, Edin. Univ. 

LEE, WILLIAM, M.A. 1887. 

Teacher in Glasgow Public Schools, viz., (i) Martyrs', (2) Petershill, 
(3) Highland Society, (4) Dalmarnock. 

LEECH, JOHN, M.A. 1824, M.D. 1828. 

Glasgow; died 1870; First Secretary of the Glasgow Southern Medical 

Society; "his Minutes . . . are generally written in a vein of pleasantry and 

banter occasionally running almost into riotous fun" [Memorials of Fac. of 

PA vs. and Surg. of Glasgow]. 

LEECH, JONATHAN, M.D. 1833- 

Roundtown, Co. Dublin; Dublin. 

LEECH, ROBERT, M.D. 1833. 

Dublin; died yth July, 1862, aged 67. 

LEECHMAN, JOHN, M.A. 1832, LL.D. 1859. 

Missionary at Serampore and Minister of Serampore Church; afterwards 
Minister of the Baptist Church at (i) Irvine, (2) Hammersmith, (3) Bath; 
died 1874. 

LEECHMAN, WILLIAM, D.D. 1754. 

Minister of Beith, 1736 to 1744; Professor of Divinity in Glasgow University, 
1744 to 1761; Principal, 1761 to 1785; Dean of Faculties, 1744-6, 1751-3, 
and 1755-7; born in Dolphington Parish, 1706; died 3rd December, 1785. 

LEEPER, THOMAS, M.A. 1777. 

"Filius natu secundus Roberti, Agricolae in Parochia de Stranorlaue in 
Com. de Donegal" [Matric. Alb. 1776]. 

LEES, HENRY, M.D., CM. 1835. 

"Anglus" [Grad. Alb.]. 

LEES, JAMES CAMERON, D.D. 1871. 

Minister of (i) Carnoch, (2) Abbey Parish, Paisley, (3) St. Giles, Edinburgh. 

LEES, JAMES FERGUSON, M.B., CM. 1893. 

Ship Surgeon ; Hartlepool. 



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LEES, ROBERT COWAN, M.B., C.M. 1879. 

Glasgow (sometime Lecturer on Practice of Medicine in Western Medical 
School). 

LEES, THOMAS M'CLELLAND, M.B., C.M. 1872, M.D. 1876. 

Ship Surgeon; New York, U.S. A. 

LEET, CHARLES HENRY, M.D., C.M. 1834. 

Dublin (Professor of (i) Medical Jurisprudence, (2) Materia Medica, in 
Apothecaries' Hall Medical School); Rathmines, Co. Dublin; died 2nd May, 
1890, aged 89. 

LEGG, WILLIAM, B.A. 1828. 

Congregational Minister, Reading; died 1871, aged 70. 

LEIGH, ALEXANDER, C.M. 1841. 

"Hibernus" [Grad. Alb.]. 

LEIPER, ANDREW, B.D. 1871. 

Minister of (i) Greenhead, (2) Gorbals. 

LEISHMAN, JOHN STUART, M.A. 1894. 

Student of Theology in F.C. College, Glasgow, and Student of Law in 
the University. 

LEISHMAN, MATTHEW, D.D. 1840. 

Minister of Govan, 1821-74; died 8th August, 1874, aged 80. 

LEISHMAN, THOMAS, M.A. 1843, D.D. 1871. 

Minister of (i) Collace, (2) Linton; son of Matthew Leishman, D.D. (q.v.). 

LEISHMAN, WILLIAM, M.D. 1855. 

Acting Assistant-Surgeon, Medical Staff; Professor of (i) Medical Juris- 
prudence in Anderson's College, (2) Midwifery in Glasgow University, 1868 to 
1893; Member of University Court (as Senate's Assessor), 1889 to 1893; 
born 8th June, 1834; died i8th February, 1894; son of Matthew Leishman, 
D.D. (q.v.). 

LEISHMAN, WILLIAM BOOG, M.B., C.M. 1886. 

Surgeon-Captain, Army; son of Professor William Leishman (q.v.). 

LEITCH, ALEXANDER, M.A. 1819. 

Minister of (i) Gartmore, (2) Third Charge, Stirling, (3) Free Church, 
Stirling; died i7th April, 1868, aged 66. 

LEITCH, ALEXANDER, M.B., C.M. 1877. 

Gourock. 

LEITCH, GEORGE, M.A. 1769. 

"Gulielmi Filius natu maximus Agricolae in Parochia de Ardstraw in 
Com. Tyrone, Hibernia" [Matric. Alb. 1766]. 

LEITCH, JAMES DUNCAN, M.A. 1823. 

"F. n. max. Duncani Greenock" [Matric. Alb. 1819]. 



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LEITCH, JOHN GIBSON, M.D. 1866. 

Glasgow; Thornhill, Perthshire. 

LEITCH, JOHN WALKER, B.Sc. 1889. 

Chemical Manufacturer, Huddersfield. 

LEITCH, JOHN WILSON, M.A. 1893. 

Student of Medicine. 

LEITCH, JOSEPH, M.A. 1849. 

Minister, Leckpatrick, Strabane. 

LEITCH, ROBERT, B.A. 1851, M.A. 1852. 

Minister of the Parish of Abernyte, 1858-72; Curate of Silloth, 1872-73; 
Curate of Crosby-on-Eden, 1873-74; Curate of Ashby-de-la-Zouche, 1874-75; 
Curate in charge of Sahara Toney, 1875-76; Vicar of the Parishes of Blackfordby 
and Smisby, near Burton-on-Trent, since 1876 [was chaplain at Carlsbad, 
1885-86, and Chaplain at Pau, 1886-87]. 

LEITCH, THOMAS, M.A. 1769. 

Possibly the same person as Thomas Leitch, Presbyterian Minister of 
Douglas and Clady, Co. Tyrone. 

LEITCH, WILLIAM, B.A. 1837, M.A. 1838, D.D. 1860. 

Sometime Observatory Assistant to Professor John Pringle Nichol (q.v.) ; 
Minister of Monimail, 1843-59; Principal of Queen's College, Canada, 1859-64; 
born at Rothesay, 1814; died at Kingston, Canada, gth May, 1864. 

LEITH, GEORGE, M.A. 1738. 

"Filius Alexandri Leith Chirurgi Londinensis" [Matric. Alb. 1734]. 

LEITH, WILLIAM, M.B., CM. 1872. 

Ullapool. 

LELAND, JOHN, M.A. 1734. 

Presbyterian Minister in Dublin, 1716-66; born at Wigan, Lanes., i8th 
October, 1691; died i6th January, 1766; D.D. Aberdeen. 

LEMERCIER, FRANCOIS GERMAIN, M.D. 1851. 

Native of France; probably settled there. 

LENY, ROBERT, M.A. 1754. 

"Filius Joannis Leny in parochia de Drimmen in Com. de Stirling" 
[Matric. Alb. 1747]. 

LESLIE, DAVID, M.D. 1861. 

Carrickmacross, Ireland; Tunbridge, Kent; London. 

LESLIE, JAMES, M.A. 1741. 

Minister of Kilmarnock; died igth May, 1764, aged 41. 
LESLIE, JAMES, D.D. 1812. 

Minister of Fordoun, 1788 to 1843, when demitted; died 2oth March, 
1858, aged 95. 



330 ROLL OF GRADUATES 

LESLIE, JOHN, M.D. 1840. 

"Hibernus" [Grad. Alb.]. 

LESLIE, JOHN DEAN, M.A. 1879, LL.B. 1886. 

Advocate, Edinburgh. 

LESLIE, ROBERT, M.D. 1839. 

"Fil. n. 6 tus Hectoris Artificis Glasg. " [Matric. Alb. 1828]. 

LESTER, WILLIAM RICHARD, M.A. 1879. 

Engineer, Glasgow. 

LETT, RICHARD, M.D. 1838. 

Silverstone, Northamptonshire. 

LEVENSTON, SAMUEL, M.D. 1859. 

Glasgow. 

LEVINE, ABRAHAM, M.A. 1889. 

Fellow of Jesus College, Cambridge, and Actuarial Clerk, London. 

LEVIS, JOHN SAMUEL, M.D. 1849. 

Skibereen, Co. Cork. 

LEWARS, JOHN, M.A. 1890. 

Minister of U.P. Church, Lesmahagow. 

LEWERS, BENJAMIN, CM. 1823. 

"Hibernus" [Grad. Alb.]. 

LEWIS, CHARLES ALFRED, M.B., C.M. 1889. 

Glasgow ; Manchester ; Glasgow. 

LEWIS, DAVID, M.B., C.M. 1895. 

Trelech, Cardiganshire. 

LEWIS, GEORGE, B.A. 1823. 

Minister of (i) Perth (Middle), (2) St. David's, Dundee, (3) Free St. 
David's, Dundee, (4) Free Church, Ormiston ; died 27th January, 1879. 

LEWIS, JOHN PATERSON, M.D. 1855. 

Glasgow ; Dalbeattie. 

LEWIS, JOHN RIGGS MILLER, M.D. 1847. 

Deputy Surgeon-General, Army; London; Norbiton, Surrey; Kingston Hill 
there. 

LEWIS, JOHN ROBERTSON, M.B., C.M. 1875, M.D. 1884- 

Wishaw; Glasgow; Bishopstone, Gloucester; died i4th January, 1886. 

LEWIS, PERCIVAL, B.A. 1776 

"Natus Londini Filius Unicus Edwardi, Arrnigeri, de Downton in Comitatu 
de Radnor" [Matric. Alb. 1775]. 

LEWIS, RICHARD, M.D. 1845- 

"Anglus" [Grad. Alb.]. 



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LEWIS, ROBERT, M.A. 1869. 

Teacher in (i) South Queensferry Burgh School, 1861-63, (2) St. Paul's 

Balfour School, Glasgow, 1863-83, (3) Wellpark Public School there, 1883-90, 

(4) Milton Public School there, 1890-94, (5) Parkhead Public School there 

since 1894. 

LEWIS, WILLIAM, M.B., CM. 1871, M.D. 1874. 

Glasgow; Paisley; Houston; Paisley; Houston; died there, iyth July, 
1891, aged 41. 

LEWIS, WILLIAM JAMES, M.D. 1855. 

Native of New Brunswick ; probably settled there. 

LEYS, GEORGE MESTON, M.A. 1879. 

Solicitor, Edinburgh. 

LEYS, JOHN KIRKWOOD, M.A. 1869. 

Barrister-at-Law and Litterateur. 

LICHTENBERGER, FREDERIC AUGUSTE, D.D. 1896. 

Dean of the Faculty of Protestant Theology in the University of Paris; 
born at Strasbourg, 1832. 

LIDDELL, JOHN, M.A. 1813. 

"F. n. max. Joannis Artificis Falkirk Stirling" [Matric. Alb. 1809]. 

LIDDELL, JOHN, M.A. 1892. 

Qualifying for degree of LL.B. 

LIDDLE, DAVID FRASER, M.A. 1896. 

Student of Theology in Glasgow University. 

LIDDLE, WILLIAM TRAIN, M.B., C.M. 1880. 

Ship Surgeon ; Glasgow. 

LIGAT. DAVID, M.B., C.M. 1894. 

Newton Heath, Lanes. 

LIGHTBODY, THOMAS DEHANE, M.D. 1841. 

" Gibraltar " [Grad. Alb.]. 

LIGHTBURNE, JOSEPH, M.D. 1839. 

Brookboro', Co. Fermanagh; Newry; Geashill, King's Co.; Portarlington, 
same Co.; Mullaghlass, Newry; Newry; died 5th April, 1890, aged 74. 

LIGHTFOOT, JOSEPH BARBER. See DURHAM, BISHOP OF. 

LIGHTFOOT, THOMAS, M.D. 1836. 

London. 

LIGHTFOOT, WILLIAM MATHEW, M.D. 1837. 

"Anglus" [Grad. Alb.]. 

LILLIE, JOHN, D.D. 1848. 

Presbyterian Minister, Hobart Town, Van Uiemen's Land. 



332 ROLL OF GRADUATES 

LILLIE, THOMAS HOLTUM, M.A. 1888, LL.B. 1891. 

Writer, Glasgow. 

LINDESAY, HERCULES, LL.D. 1746. 

Professor of Law in University of Glasgow, 1750-61; Dean of Faculties, 
1758 to 1760; died 2nd June, 1761. 

LINDSAY, ALEXANDER, M.D. 1845. 

Glasgow (Assistant to Professor of Physiology in the University, 1871-74; 
Private Teacher of Medical Science; Lecturer on General Natural History in 
Anderson's College ; Professor of Medical Jurisprudence there) ; Bucklyvie. 

LINDSAY, ALEXANDER, M.B. 1871. 

Brough, Westmoreland ; Shap, same Co. ; Tranent. 

LINDSAY, ARCHIBALD MACLAREN, M.A. 1865. 

Writer in Glasgow, and sometime Professor of Land Rights and Con- 
veyancing in St. Mungo's College. 

LINDSAY, BENJAMIN, M.A. 1781. 

"Hibernus" [Grad. Alb.]. 

LINDSAY, CHARLES DALRYMPLE, D.D. 1804. 

Vicar of Sutterton, Lines., 1793; Dean of Christ Church, Dublin, Bishop 

of Killaloe and Kilfenora, 1803-4; Bishop of Kildare, 1804-46; died 8th August, 

1846, aged 86; Snell Exhibitioner, 1779; B.A. Oxon. 1783; M.A. 1786; son 

of James, Earl of Balcarres. 

LINDSAY, JAMES, M.A. 1878, B.Sc. 1879, B.D. 1882. 

Minister of St Andrews, Kilmarnock. 

LINDSAY, JOHN, M.D. 1859. 

Glasgow ; Crossford ; Lesmahagow. 

LINDSAY, JOHN, M.A. 1889, M.B., C.M. 1892. 

Glasgow. 

LINDSAY, JOHN FINDLAY, M.B., C.M. 1877. 

Liverpool; died 1888. 

LINDSAY, OWEN, M.D. 1827. 

Hibernus" [Grad. Alb.]. 

LINDSAY, ROBERT COWAN, B.Sc. 1874. 

(i) Classical Master in Western Academy, Glasgow; (2) Rector of Grammar 
School, Ayr ; (3) Head Master of School of Science and Art, Newcastle-on-Tyne, 
and of the Bath Lane Schools there; (4) Head Master of Crosshill Public 
School, Strathaven; (5) Principal of Venice Street Board Schools, Liverpool, 
and Lecturer on History in Pupil Teachers' College. 

LINDSAY, THOMAS MARTIN, D.D. 1874- 

Professor of Church History in Free Church College, Glasgow; M.A. Edin. 
1866. 



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LINDSAY, WALLACE MARTIN, MJL 1877. 

Fel-CT. Tutor. 2rd L:brar;^:i. T-?- C :"->::, Ox:":rd : Perree Fx^~:-ir m 
Classics in Glasgow Unhexssty, 1893-96 ; Sodl Exhibitioner, 1877 ; B.A. Qnm. 
1881; MJL 1885. 

LINDSAY, WILLIAM, MJL 1742. 

"Joseph! F. in Pooch. Douglass in Conk. Clydesdale" [Manic. Alb. 1738]. 

LINDSAY, WILLIAM, M.D. 

Medics! I-sps-ccr of H^l^r Hosr-iisI : died iSf. a.gei 5-. 



LINDSAY, WILLIAM, D.D. 1844. 

MmktfiT of Rehcf Church at (i) Johnstone, (a) Cathedral Street; Glasgow ; 

Piufaaut (i) of Tbeologr and Biblkal Critidsm to Relief Synod, (x) of Sacred 

Languages and Biblical Criticism to U.P. Synod ; died on Sabbath afternoon, 

jid Jane, 1866, after preaching twice, aged 64. 

LINDSAY, WILLIAM, MA M* 

Minister of East Free Chmch, Rotberglen. 

LINDSAY, WILLIAM, MA :5>- 

F.C Minister at (i) Kshopbriggs, (x) Catbcart (Moont Flonda). 

LINDSAY, WILLIAM ANDERSON, V A :5o; 

Assistant to Professor Wiffiani Jack (q.T.). 

LINDSAY, WILLIAM CAIRO, v A ; c_ 

Teacher in Irvine, and in various schools under Govan School Board; 
Head Matter of (i) Pohnadie Pnbtic School, Glasgow, (a) Rosevafe Street 
Pobhc School, Paitick. 

LINDSAY, WILLIAM YOUNG, V. A 

M:~:?tir :: 



UNDSEY, WILLIAM, NJL rjtt 

"titans natn mazinans Joannts Agiicolae in P-^i^K^ff de KiQileagfa in COOL 

de Dcwze in Hibemis r "Mzrri-c, Alb. 1755".. 

LINING, THOMAS, MJL 1751, 

Minister of (i) Shetdeston Chapel, 1759^1, (2) Lesmahagov, 1761-91; 

died 3rd January, 1791, aged 65; "was one of the two who seized the ili-fctcd 

Donald MarDonaH of Kinloch-Moidait in 1745 on his way south to join die 

Pretender" [Scott's 



LINN. ALLAN. CM. i8aa 

Kibe^^s" [Grsd Alb. I 

LINN. JOHN FLEMING. MJL iKf. 

Free Cbrrch Minister at Airlie. 

LINTON, PETER, CM. i37- 

CariMe 



334 ROLL OF GRADUATES 

LINTON, SIR WILLIAM, M.D. 1834. 

Inspector-General, Army; K.C.B. ; Honorary Physician to the Queen; died 
gth October, 1880, aged 79. 

LIPPMAN, GABRIEL, LL.D. 1896. 

Professor of Physics in the University of Paris. 

LISTER, JOHN, M.A. 1754. 

"Filius Georgii Litster in Parochia de Newry in Com. de Down in Hibernia" 
[Matric. Alb. 1751]. 

LISTER, JOHN, B.A. 1836. 

Minister of (i) Laygate English Presbyterian Church, South Shields, (2) Free 
Church, Kennoway, (3) St. George's Free Church, Montrose. 

LISTER, SIR JOSEPH, BART. (BARON LISTER), LL.D. 1879. 

M.B. Lond. 1852; Professor of (r) Surgery in Glasgow University, 1860 to 
1869, (2) Clinical Surgery in Edin. Univ., 1869 to 1877, (3) Clinical Surgery in 
king's College, London, since 1877; Surgeon Extraordinary to the Queen; born 
1827; D.C.L. Oxon. 1880; LL.D. Cantab. 1880; LL.D. Edin. 1878; Baronet 
1883; Baron 1897; F.R.S. 1860; P.R.S. 1896. 

LISTER, WILLIAM, M.A. 1806. 

" Filius natu secundus Joannis Agricolae in parochia de Killmore in comitatu 
de Monaghan in Hybernia" [Matric. Alb. 1802]. 

LITHGOW, ARTHUR MINES SPERRIN, M.D. 1863. 

Edmonton, Middlesex; Staff-Assistant-Surgeon, Army. 

LITHGOW, JOHN, M.B., C.M. 1890. 

Cleland, Lanarkshire. 

LITTLE, JAMES ALFRED STOKES, M.A. 1885. 

Licentiate of the Church of Scotland. 

LITTLE, JOSEPH, M.A. 1765. 

Presbyterian Minister of Killyleagh, 1768-1813; died July, 1813; acted also 
as a Medical Practitioner. 

LITTLE, LYNDON EVELYN, M.D. 1845. 

Hollymount, Co. Mayo; died 1870. 

LITTLE, ROBERT, M.D. 1826. 

Wolverhampton ; Holywood, Co. Down; Manchester; Belfast; Scone, N.S. 
Wales ; Belfast ; Donaghadee ; formerly Lecturer on Medicine and Midwifery in 
Belfast College. 

LITTLE, WILLIAM, B.A. 1837. 

"Filius natu maximus Robert!, Mercatoris Glasguensis" [Matric. Alb. 1831]; 
matriculated at Pembroke College, Oxford, 2nd November, 1838, aged 25. 

LITTLE, WILLIAM, M.A. 1856. 

Presbyterian Minister at (i) Longtown, Carlisle, (2) Taymouth, Michigan, 
U.S.A. 



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LITTLE, WILLIAM, M.B., CM. 1883, M.D. 1887. 

Xewmains; Partick ; Upwell, Camb. ; London; Cape Colony; Dumbarton. 

LITTLEJOHN, JAMES BUCHAN, M.B., C.M. 1892. 

Garvagh, Co. Derry ; Munslow, Craven Arms, Salop ; College Springs, Iowa, 
U.S.A. (Vice-President of Amity College there). 

LITTLEJOHN, JOHN MARTIN, M.A. 1889, B.D. 1890, LL.B. 1892. 

(i) Minister, Munslow, Salop; (2) President of Amity College, College 
Springs, Iowa, U.S. A. 

LITTLER, JOHN HENRY, M.D. 1837. 

"Anglus" [Grad. Alb.]. 

LIVERA, EDWIN SIMON ERNEST DE, M.B., C.M. 1877. 

Native of Ceylon ; probably settled there. 

LIVERSIDGE, ARCHIBALD, LL.D. 1896. 

Professor of Chemistry and Mineralogy in the University of Sydney, N.S. 
Wales, since 1872; M.A. ; F.R.S. 1882; F.G.S., F.L.S., etc., etc. 

LIVINGSTON, ARCHIBALD, M.A. 1794. 

Minister of Cambusnethan ; deposed zyth May, 1842, for theft, and spent 
seven years in the Law Courts in an attempt to reduce the decision; died igih 
January, 1852, aged 76. 

LIVINGSTON, JOHN, M.D., C.M. 1861. 

Glasgow; Barnet, Herts.; died loth June, 1885, aged 45. 

LIVINGSTON, JOHN, M.A. 1884. 

(i) Teacher in Public School, Old Cumnock; (2) Teacher in Public School, 
Cullen; (3) Head Master of Public School, Ballachulish (South). 

LIVINGSTON, NEIL, D.D. 1882. 

Minister of Free Church, Stair. 

LIVINGSTON, SAMUEL, M.A. 1806. 

" Filius Natu Maximus quondam Joannis Agricolae in parochia de Drumagh 
in comitatu de Down in Hybernia " [Matric. Alb. 1800]. 

LIVINGSTONE, ALEXANDER CRAWFORD, M.A. 1884. 

Licentiate of the U.P. Church. 

LIVINGSTONE, DAVID, LL.D. 1854. 

The celebrated African Missionary and Explorer; Licentiate 1840, Honorary 

Fellow 1857, of Faculty of Physicians and Surgeons of Glasgow; D.C.L. Oxon. 

1857; born at Blantyre, iQth May, 1813; died at Ilala, Central Africa, ist May, 

1873; buried in Westminster Abbey, i8th April, 1874. 

LIVINGSTONE, JAMES, M.D. 1855. 

Wishaw. 

LIVINGSTONE, JOHN, M.B., C.M. 1888, M.D. 1890. 

Dykehead, Shotts ; Barry Dock, Glam. 



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LIVINGSTONE, PETER, M.B., C.M. 1874. 

Earsdon, Northumberland ; London ; Ashton-under-Lyne ; Rochdale. 

LIVINGSTONE, ROBERT, M.D. 1847. 

Wishaw. 

LIVINGSTONE, ROBERT, M.B., C.M. 1884. 

Died, of acute phthisis, at Dykehead, Shotts, and December, 1884, aged 24. 

LIVINGSTONE, THOMAS, M.B., C.M. 1870, M.D. 1872. 

Leek, Staffs. ; Stanhope, Co. Durham ; J.P. 

LIVINGSTONE, WILLIAM, C.M. 1827. 

"Scotus" [Grad. Alb.]. 

LIVINGSTONE, WILLIAM, M.B., C.M. 1888. 

Wishaw; Paisley. 

LIVINGSTONE, WILLIAM HAMILTON, M.D. 1839. 

"Fil. n. max. Gulielmi Chirurgi in com. de Lanerk" [Matric. Alb. 1829]. 

LIVINGSTONE, WILLIAM OSWELL, M.B., C.M. 1874. 

Glasgow; Trinidad, W. Indies; Surgeon, P. and O. Co.'s Service; Guernsey; 
London; St. Albans; died there, 3Oth December, 1889, aged 39; son of 
David Livingstone, LL.D. (q.v.). 

LLOYD, CHARLES, LL.D. 1809. 

Dissenting Minister at (i) Evesham, (2) Ditchling, Sussex, (3) Capel-y-groes 

and Pant-y-defaid, (4) Palgrave, Suffolk; Schoolmaster at (i) Exeter, (2) Palgrave, 

(3) Keppel Street, London ; also for sometime a Farmer ; born in Cardiganshire, 

i8th December, 1766; died on visit to Lampeter, 23rd May, 1829. 

LLOYD, DAVID, M.A. 1833, LL.D. 1851. 

Classical Tutor in, afterwards Principal of, Presbyterian College, Carmarthen, 
and Unitarian Minister there; born at Llandyssal, Cardiganshire, 1805 ; died i3th 
September, 1863. 

LLOYD, DAVID, M.B., C.M. 1891. 

Denbigh; J.P. 

LLOYD, EVAN, M.B., C.M. 1876. 

Tregaron, Cardiganshire. 

LLOYD, JAMES, M.B., C.M. 1889. 

Penygraig, Glam. ; Tonypandy there. 

LLOYD, JAMES HUGHES, M.A. 1880. 

Clergyman at (i) Aberdare, (2) Talley, near Llandilo, South Wales. 

LLOYD, JENKIN, M.B., C.M. 1881. 

Bethesda, N. Wales. 

LLOYD, SANDFORD M'VITTIE, M.D. 1847. 

Staff-Surgeon-Major, Army ; Deputy Inspector-General of Hospitals ; Deputy 
Surgeon-General; died 8th May, 1876. 



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LLOYD, THOMAS, M.A. 1779. 

"(N T atus in Hibernia) Filius natu Secundus Owen Lloyd Armigeri de 
Rockville in Parochia de Augrim in Com. de Roscommon :> [Matric. Alb. 1778]. 

LOCH, RICHARD JOHN, M.D. 1846. 

"Hibernus" [Grad. Alb.]. 

LOCHHEAD, ANDREW, M.D., C.M. 1863. 

Paisley; died 1864. 
LOCHHEAD, ANDREW FISHER, B.L. 1887. 

Writer, Paisley. 

LOCHHEAD, JAMES, B.L. 1880. 

Writer, Blairgowrie. 

LOCHHEAD, JAMES LAMONT, M.D. 1855. 

Greenock; died i5th March, 1865. 

LOCHHEAD, KERR, B.Sc. 1888. 

Civil Engineer with (i) William Shield, M.Inst.CE., at Harbour of Refuge 

Works, Peterhead, (2) Robert M'Alpine & Sons, Railway Contractors, Glasgow. 

LOCHHEAD, MATTHEW, B.Sc. 1891, M.B., CM. 1891. 

Glasgow ; Paisley. 

LOCHHEAD, WILLIAM, M.D. 1848. 

Glasgow. 

LOCHORE, ALEXANDER, M.A. 1814, D.D. 1874. 

Minister of Drymen, 1824-77; died i7th August, 1877, aged 84. 

LOCKER, JOHN, M.A. 1749- 

" Filius natu maximus Johannis Locker Armigeri in Civitate London" [Matric. 
Alb. 1747]. 

LOCKHART, GEORGE, M.A. 1808. 

" Filius natu Tertius Georgii Agricolae in parochia de Killivy in comitatu de 
Armagh in Hybernia" [Matric. Alb. 1805]. 

LOCKHART, HUGH, M.A. 1817. 

"F. 2 dus Rob. Merc, in Par. de Fenwick" [Matric. Alb. 1812]. 

LOCKHART, JOHN, M.A. 1814, D.D. 1838. 

Minister of the Presbyterian Church, Newcastle-upon-Tyne. 

LOCKHART, JOHN, LL.D. 1869. 

(i) Teacher in Balfour's School, Glasgow; (2) Rector of the Burgh School, 
Kirkcaldy, 1840-73, when retired; born at Kilmaurs, Ayrshire, 26th May, 1798; 
died at Kirkcaldy, gih June, 1882. 

LOCKHART, LAURENCE, D.D. 1849. 

Of Milton-Lockhart and Germistown ; Minister of Inchinnan, 1822-60, when 

resigned ; half-brother of John Gibson Lockhart, Sir Walter Scott's biographer and 

son-in-law; married the niece of Thomas Muir, the Reformer (q.v.); died i6th 

April, 1876, aged 80. 

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LOCKHART, ROBERT, M.A. 1851. 

" Filius nato maximus defuncti Roberti mercatoris in parochia de Denny et 
comitatu de Stirling" [Matric. Alb. 1847]. 

LOCKHART, WILLIAM, D.D. 1791. 

Minister of (i) Culter, 1772-84, (2) St. Andrew's, Glasgow, 1784 to 1802; 
Dean of Faculties in Glasgow University, 1796-98; died 8th February, 1802, 
aged 58. 

LOCKHART, WILLIAM, M.A. 1853. 

Minister of (i) Queensferry, (2) Colinton; D.D. St. Andrews, 1893. 

LOCKHART, WILLIAM, M.D. 1858. 

Stevenston; Assistant-Surgeon, R.N. ; died at Queenstown, i7th January, 
1867. 

LOGAN, ADAM, M.D. 1801. 

"Filius natu 2 clus Adami Agricolae in Parochia de Kirkmichael et Comitatu de 
Ayr" [Matric. Alb. 1793]. 

LOGAN, ALEXANDER, M.A., M.D. 1777. 

" Has . . . been practising Medicine about two years in Air-Shire " [Univ. 
Minute, 28th December, 1776]. 

LOGAN, ARCHIBALD, B.A. 1861, M.B., CM. 1869, M.D. 1871. 

Glengarnock; Glasgow; died 28th June, 1894. 

LOGAN, GEORGE, M.A. 1776. 

Minister (i) at High Bridge, Newcastle, (2) of Ardoch, (3) of Eastwood; 
joined Free Church party in 1843; died on 2nd July of that year. 

LOGAN, GEORGE, M.A. 1863, B.D. 1867. 

Minister of (i) Newmains, 1868-76, (2) Inverbrothock, 1876-97; died 24th 
July, 1897, aged 57. 

LOGAN, HUGH, M.B., C.M. 1885. 

Dairy, Ayrshire ; Farnworth, Lanes. ; Beith ; Dairy ; died 5th November, 
1895, aged 30. 

LOGAN, JAMES, M.A. 1793. 

Minister of Relief Church at (i) Balfron, (2) St. Ninians ; died 4th 
October, 1841, aged 75. 

LOGAN, JAMES ROWATT, M.B., C.M. 1890. 

Ship Surgeon; Glasgow; Wishaw. 

LOGAN, JOHN, M.B., C.M. 1883. 

Dairy, Ayrshire ; Waterhouses, Durham ; Knoydart, Isle Ornsay ; died 24th 
August, 1888. 

LOGAN, JOHN MURDOCH, M.A. 1779. 

"Natus in Urbe de Boston films natu Maximus Gualteri Quaestoris in urbe 
de Boston" [Matric. Alb. 1774]. 



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LOGAN, JOHN RIDDELL, M.A. 1893. 

Teacher, Glasgow, in (i) Rumford Street Public School, (2) Whitehill 
Public School. 
LOGAN, JOHN T., M.D. 1838. 

"Anglus" [Grad. Alb.]. 

LOGAN, ROBERT HANNAY, M.A. 1883. 

Minister of Chalmers Free Church, Dundee. 

LOGAN, THOMAS, M.A. 1852. 

Minister of Haggs, Stirlingshire; died 3oth August, 1864, aged 32. 

LOGAN, THOMAS G., M.D. 1823. 

"Scotus" [Grad. Alb.]. 

LOGAN, SIR THOMAS GALBRAITH, M.D. 1828, 

Inspector-General of Army Hospitals; Director-General, 1867-74; Honorary 

Physician to the Queen; served in Sutlej Campaign, 1845-46, and as Principal 

Medical Officer of Highland Division of Crimean Army; K.C.B. ; born 1808; 

died nth June, 1896. 

LOGAN, WILLIAM, B.A. 1842, M.A. 1843. 

F.C. Minister, Langton, by Dunse; died 23rd June, 1880. 

LOGAN, WILLIAM, M.A. 1876. 

U.P. Minister at Lanark. 

LOGAN, WILLIAM, M.A. 1885, B.D. 1889. 

F.C. Minister at (i) Rogart, (2) Turriff. 

LOGGIE, WILLIAM WRIGHT, M.A. 1896. 

Teacher in Ayr Academy, Ayr. 

LOGIE, JOHN WILLIAM, M.B., C.M. 1891. 

Glasgow ; Partick. 

LOGIE, JOSEPH BROWN, M.A. 1891. 

Licentiate of the U.P. Church. 

LOGIE, WILLIAM, D.D. 1863. 

Minister of (i) Buchanan, (2) Firth and Stenness, (3) Fintry, (4) Dirleton ; 
born in Orkney, igth March, 1824; died at Dirleton, 5th January, 1878. 

LONDON, LORD BISHOP OF. See CANTERBURY, ARCHBISHOP OF. 

LONDON, LORD BISHOP OF, LL.D. 1884. 

Mandell Creighton; Fellow and Tutor of Merton College, Oxford, 1867-74; 
Vicar of Embleton, 1875-84; Rural Dean of Alnwick, 1882-84; Hon. Canon of 
Newcastle, 1882-85; Canon of Worcester, 1885-91; Canon of Windsor, 1891; 
Dixie Professor of Ecclesiastical History in Cambridge University, 1884-91 ; 
Bishop of Peterborough, 1891-96 ; Bishop of London since 1896 ; born at Carlisle, 
5th July, 1843; D.D. Oxon. and Cantab. 1891; D.C.L. Oxon. 1894, etc. etc. 

LONERGAN, WILLIAM FRANCIS, M.D. 1856. 

Glasgow; died i3th September, 1865. 



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LONG, ANDREW, M.A. 1839. 

Presbyterian Minister, Monreagh, from 1845 till his death shortly after 
2ist October, 1869. 

LONG, JAMES, B.A. 1844, M.A. 1847. 

" Filius natu tertius Jacobi agricolae in comitatu de Derry " [Matric. Alb. 
1842], 

LONG, JOSEPH, M.A. 1762. 

LONGMUIR, JAMES, M.D. 1858. 

Bathgate; died 1886. 

LONGWILL, DAVID, M.A. 1855. 

Congregational Minister at (i) Elie, Fife, (2) Bromley, Kent; born at 
Greenock, 7th June, 1833; died at Bromley, 30th September, 1871. 

LONGWILL, DAVID, M.B., CM. 1879. 

Rutherglen. 

LONGWILL, JOHN, M.A. 1896. 

Teacher in (i) E.G. Normal Practising School, 1893, (2) Clydebank Public 
School, 1893-95, (3) Main Street Public School, Alexandria, N.B., 1896-97, (4) 
South African College School, Cape Town, since August, 1897. 

LONIE, JOHN, M.B., CM. 1868, M.D. 1872. 

Preston, Lanes. ; J.P. 

LOOSMORE, WILLIAM CHARLES, M.A. 1891. 

Minister of New Road Congregational Church, Bury, Lanes. 

LORD, JOHN, M.D. 1790. 

"Anglus" [Grad. Alb.]. 

LORD, ROBERT, M.A. 1737. 

"Angl. filius Roberti Lord Mercat. in parochia Dean in Com. Lancastriae" 
[Matric. Alb. 1735]. 

LORIMER, JAMES, LL.D. 1882- 

Admitted Advocate, 1845 ; Professor of Public Law in Edinburgh University, 

1862-90; (Lectured for several summers in Glasgow University prior to institution 

of Public Law Lectureship there) ; born at Aberdalgie, Perthshire, 4th November, 

1818; died i3th February, 1890. 

LORIMER, JOHN CAMPBELL, B.A. 1860, M.A. 1861. 

Advocate, Edinburgh ; Examiner for Law Degrees in Glasgow University, 
1874-78; LL.B. Edin. 1870. 

LORIMER, ROBERT, LL.D. 1794. 

Sometime Chaplain to the Southern Fencible Regiment ; afterwards Minister 

of (i) Haddington, (2) Free Church there; died gth November, 1848, aged 84. 

LORIMER, ROBERT, B.A. 1859, M.A. 1860. 

F.C. Minister of Mains and Strathmartin. 



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341 



LORNSWORTH, AUGUSTUS LEWIS, M.D. 1830. 

"Anglus" [Grad. Alb.]: "Recruiting Staff" [Degree List, Glasg. Herald, 
7th May, 1830]. 

LORRAIN, WILLIAM BUCKHAM, M.D. 1829. 

Glasgow. 

LORRAINE, JOSEPH CURRIE, M.A. 1835. 

Minister of (i) Tinwald, (2) Caerlaverock ; died 3rd February, 1894. 

LOTHIAN, ALEXANDER VEITCH, M.A. 1882. 

Interim Head Master of Burgh School, Girvan, 1879; Interim Mathematical 
Lecturer in E.G. Training College, 1881 ; Science and Mathematical Master in 
Aberdeen Grammar School, 1881-90; Lecturer on Mathematics and Physics 
in E.G. Training College, Glasgow, since 1891 ; Baxter Demonstrator in Geology 
in Glasgow University since 1897. 

LOTHIAN, ROBERT BAIN, M.B., CM. 1888. 

London ; Glasgow. 

LOUDON, ALEXANDER, M.A. 1880, B.D. 1883. 

Minister of West Parish, Galashiels. 

LOUDON, CHARLES, M.D. 1825. 

Physician at Leamington; retired to Paris circa 1841, and died there, 
2nd February, 1844, aged 43. 

LOUDON, JAMES LIVINGSTONE, M.B., CM. 1889. 

Hamilton. 

LOUDON, JOHN, M.A. 1757. 

" Filius natu maximus Roberti Loudin in parochia de Kilmadock in Com. 
de Perth" [Matric. Alb. 1751]. 

LOUDON, JOSEPH, M.A. 1869. 

Minister of Roslin. 

LOUDON, ROBERT HENDERSON, M.A. 1891. 

Teacher in (i) Crookston Street Public School, Glasgow, (2) Martyrs' 
Public School, Glasgow. 

LOUDON, ROBERT THOMSON, M.A. 1881, B.D. 1883. 

F.C. Minister at Cockpen. 

LOUGHEED, JOSEPH, M.D. 1834. 

Baliymote, Co. Sligo; died 1869. 

LOUGHNAN, CONNELL FRANCIS, M.D. 1853. 

Dublin; Silverdale, Staffs.; Great Grimsby; Liverpool; Paris; died 24th 
November, 1895. 

LOUGHNAN, JEREMIAH, M.D. 1841. 

Listowell, Co. Kerry; died 2nd January, 1865, aged 52. 



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LOUTTIT, JOHN DUNLOP, M.B., CM. 1895. 

Ship Surgeon ; Glasgow. 

LOVE, DUNCAN, M.B., CM. 1882. 

Brecon ; Glasgow ; Cumbernauld. 

LOVE, JAMES DUNCAN, M.B., CM. 1894. 

Ayr ; Newcastle-on-Tyne. 

LOVE, JAMES KERR, M.B., CM. 1880, M.D. 1888. 

Glasgow (Lecturer on Aural Surgery in St. Mungo's College). 

LOVE, JOHN, M.B. 1881, M.D. 1887. 

Glasgow ; Paisley ; Glasgow. 

LOVE, JOHN, M.B., C.M. 1887. 

Beith; Stirling; Glasgow; Beith. 

LOVE, ROBERT, M.A. 1888. 

Law Student, Inner Temple, London. 

LOVE, WILLIAM, M.A. 1815. 

"Filius Natu Tertius Caroli Agricolae in parochia de Ardstraw in comitatu 
de Tyrone" [Matric. Alb. 1812], 

LOVELL, THOMAS MILLER, M.A. 1889. 

(i) Teacher in Maybole Public School; (2) Classical Assistant in Hamilton 
Academy; (3) Classical Master in Coatbridge High School. 

LOW, ANDREW ROBB, M.A. 1892. 

U.P. Missionary, Rajputana, India. 

LOW, FLETCHER READ, LL.D. 1845. 

Sometime Teacher in the Grammar School, Linlithgow; thereafter (1839-66) 
Senior Classical Master in the High School of Glasgow; died i3th February, 
1881. 

LOW, JAMES PAUL, M.B., CM. 1890. 

Alva; Alloa. 

LOW, JOHN HOUSTON, M.B., C.M. 1881. 

Kilbirnie; Appleby; died 1892. 

LOW, ROBERT FURLONG NEWMAN, M.D. 1837. 

Ballybeg, Co. Cork; Lismore, Co. Waterford ; died i8th February, 1882. 

LOW, WILLIAM HENRY, M.A. 1894. 

Law Clerk, Cape Town. 

LOWE, ALEXANDER, M.B., C.M. 1882. 

Brynmawr, Breconshire. 

LOWE, HAMILTON CLIFFE, M.D. 1848. 

"Hibernus" [Grad. Alb.]. 

LOWNDES, HENRY FRANCIS, B.L. i88cx 

Writer, Glasgow. 



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LOWRIE, ADAM, M.A. 1884. 

Teacher in Wishaw Public School, 1884-89 ; Head Master of Waterloo 

Public School, 1889-96; Head Master of Cambusnethan Public School since 
1896. 

LOWRY, ANDREW, M.A. 1838. 

Presbyterian Minister at Ballyshannon since 1842. 

LOWRY, GAVIN, M.A. 1774. 

"Filius natu unicus Thomae Agricolae in Parochia de Taughtoyn in 
Comitatu de Donegal in Hibernia" [Matric. Alb. 1771]. 

LOWRY, JAMES, M.A, 1765. 

"Filius natu Quartus Jacobi Agricolae in Parochia de Dungien in Com. 
de Londonderry" [Matric. Alb. 1762]. 

LOWRY, JOSEPH, M.A. 1806. 

Irish Presbyterian Minister at Lissara, 1809-58; died 2ist July, 1858, 
aged 82. 

LOWSON, CHARLES, M.B., CM. 1896. 

Glasgow. 

LOWSON, GEORGE, M.B., CM. 1890. 

Dundee. 

LOWTHER, DANIEL, M.A. 1742. 

" Filius Josephi Lowther in parochia de Bromfield in Comitatu de 
Cumberland" [Matric. Alb. 1740]. 

LUCAS, ARTHUR HENRY, M.B., CM. 1890. 

Carmyle; Mansfield, Notts.; Auckland, New Zealand; died there, nth 
July, 1896, aged 27. 

LUCAS, DANIEL, M.A. 1777. 

"Natus in Hybernia Filius natu quartus defuncti Francisci Armigeri in 
Parochia de Dromore & Comitatu de Monaghan" [Matric. Alb. 1775]. 

LUCAS, EDWARD, M.A. 1768. 

"Filius Gulielmi Reverendi admodum Viri Rectoris Ecclesiae in urbe 
Newry in Com. de Doune, Hibernia" [Matric. Alb. 1766]. 

LUCAS, HENRY, M.D. 1838. 

"Hibernus" [Grad. Alb.]. 

LUCAS, JAMES, M.A. 1888. 

Teacher in (i) Ayr Grammar School, (2) St. Mungo's R.C. Academy, 
Glasgow, (3) Lenzie Academy, (4) Hamilton Academy, (5) Girls' High School, 
Garnethill, Glasgow. 

LUCAS, WILLIAM LEANDER M'LAGAN, B.L. 1889. 

Writer, Glasgow. 

LUMSDEN, CHARLES HENDRY, M.B., CM. 1895. 

Greenock. 



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LUMSDEN, GEORGE, M.B., CM. 1876. 

Glasgow ; London ; Pateley-Bridge, Yorks. 

LUMSDEN, HARRY, M.A. 1891, B.L. 1894. 

Writer in, and Clerk to the Trades' House of, Glasgow. 

LUMSDEN, WILLIAM, M.D. 1836. 

"Fil. nat. II dus Jacobi Mercatoris, in com. de Lanark" [Matric. Alb. 1825]. 

LUSHINGTON, EDMUND LAW, LL.D. 1875. 

Professor of Greek in University of Glasgow, 1838 to 1875, when retired; 

Rector, 1884 to 1887; born roth January, 1811; died i3th July, 1893; 

brother-in-law of Alfred Lord Tennyson, Poet Laureate; B A. Cantab. 1832; 

M.A. 1835; D.CL. Oxon. 1876; LL.D. Edin. 1873. 

LUSK, WILLIAM, M.A. 1894. 

Student of Law. 

LYALL, DAVID GILMOUR, B.L. 1886. 

Writer, Glasgow. 

LYALL, ROBERT HENRY, M.A. 1883. 

(i) English Presbyterian Minister at Longsight, Manchester, 1887-93; 
(2) Curate of Farn worth Parish Church, Lancashire. 

LYALL, WILLIAM LORIMER, M.D., C.M. 1874. 

Kirkintilloch ; Lennoxtown ; died i3th January, 1878. 

LYELL, JOHN HEPBURN, M.B., C.M. 1896. 

Perth. 

LYLE, DAVID, M.A. 1755. 

Stenographer; author of a treatise (1762), "The Art of Shorthand improved." 

LYLE, JAMES, M.A. 1893. 

Teacher in (i) The Academy, Rothesay, (2) The Academy, Lenzie. 

LYLE, JOHN, M.A. 1870. 

Presbyterian Minister (i) at Broughshane, Co. Antrim, (2) in Tasmania; 
died there, 1895. 

LYLE, ROBERT, M.A. 1812. 

"Fil. Secundus Roberti Agricolae in parochia de Killeronaghan in Comitatu 
de Derry" [Matric. Alb. 1810]. 

LYLE, ROBERT, M.D. 1862. 

Gateshead; Newcastle-on-Tyne ; died 24th May, 1881. 

LYLE, THOMAS, M.B., C.M. 1870, M.D. 1872. 

Newcastle-on-Tyne ; Macclesfield ; Birmingham ; Bromsgrove, Worcester ; 
Newcastle-on-Tyne. 

LYLE, WILLIAM, M.A. 1811. 

Irish Presbyterian Minister at Dunboe, 1814-67 ; died 3rd April, 1867. 



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345 



LYMBURN, ROBERT, CM. 1822. 

"Scotia" [Grad. Alb.]. 

LYMBURN, WILLIAM, M.D. 1836. 

"Scotus" [Grad. Alb.]. 

LYNCH, PATRICK A, M.D. 1841. 

Belfast; died igth May, 1864. 

LYNCH, SAMUEL, M.D. 1785. 

" Antiguensis " [Grad. Alb.]. 

LYNDON, CHARLES COBBE, B.A. 1777. 

"Hibemus" [Grad. Alb.]. 

LYNESS, ELIZABETH DOROTHEA, M.B., C.M. 1894. 

Glasgow. 

LYNN, JAMES, M.A. 1813. 

"Filius natu Secundus Gulielmi Agricolae in parochia de Colerain in 
comitatu de Derry" [Matric. Alb. 1810]. 

LYNN, JOSEPH MARSHALL, M.D. 1834. 

Markethill, Co. Armagh; Armagh. 

LYNN, THOMAS, M.B., C.M. 1871, M.D. 1875. 

Glasgow; Sheffield; Liverpool. 

LYON, JAMES, M.A. 1777. 

Minister of Glamis, 1780 to 1838; died (Father of the Synod), 3rd April, 
1838, aged 80; D.D. Aberdeen, 1823. 

LYON, JAMES GEORGE, M.A. 1861, M.D. 1864. 

Glasgow; died 6th January, 1883, aged 43. 

LYON, JOHN, M.A. 1813. 

Possibly Classical Master in High School, Leith. 

LYON, JOHN, M.B., C.M. 1867, M.D. 1876. 

Lochgoilhead ; Fenwick; Southend, Argyleshire; Menstrie; Fleet Surgeon, 

R.X. 

LYON, ROBERT, M.A. 1813. 

"F. n. 2 dus Roberti Ludimagistri Lanark" [Matric. Alb. 1807]. 

LYON, ROBERT, M.B., C.M. 1879. 

Darvel ; Newmilns ; London. 

LYON, WALTER, M.A. 1866, M.B., C.M. 1870, M.D. 1875. 

Ecclefechan ; Resident Physician on the Queen's estate at Balmoral ; 
Vienna; Houghton-le-Spring ; Sydney, N.S.W. ; died yth July, 1894, aged 49. 

LYON, WILLIAM, M.D. 1859. 

Glasgow : sometime Lecturer on (a) Surgery in Portland Street Medical 
School, (b) Clinical Surgery in Royal Infirmary; died May, 1874. 



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LYON, WILLIAM PENMAN, B.A. 1837. 

Sometime Missionary (L.M. Society) at Benares; thereafter Congregational 
Minister at (i) Albany Chapel, London, (2) Stowmarket, (3) Tunbridge Wells; 
died Qth December, 1877, aged 65. 

LYONS, HARRY SYDENHAM, M.B., CM. 1879, M.D. 1885. 

London; Creswick, Victoria, Australia; Cradock, S. Australia. 

LYTTON, EARL OF, LL.D. 1888. 

Second Baron, first Earl; Minister at Lisbon, 1874-76; Viceroy and 

Governor-General of India, 1876-80; Ambassador at Paris, 1887-91; Lord 

Rector of Glasgow University, 1887-90; P.C., G.C.B., G. C.S.I., C.I.E. ; born 

at London, 8th November, 1831; died at Paris, 24th November, 1891. 

M'ADAM, JAMES, M.D. 1790. 

Possibly the same person as James M'Adam, Irish Presbyterian Minister 
at Lislooney; ordained 1787; deposed 1788. 

MACADAM, JOHN, M.D. 1854. 

Lecturer on Chemistry in (i) Mechanics' Institution, Glasgow, (2) Scotch 

College, Melbourne, (3) University of Melbourne; Member of the Legislative 

Assembly of Victoria, 1859-64; born at Northbank, Glasgow, May, 1827; died 

of sea-sickness on board the "Alhambra," 2nd September, 1865. 

MACAFFER, JOHN, M.B., CM. 1873. 

Mataura, New Zealand. 

M'ALAY, ALLAN, M.A. 1770. 

"Filius natu secundus Joannis in Parochia de Barony" [Matric. Alb. 1762]. 

M'ALESTER, JOHN, M.A. 1729. 

MACALISTER, ALEXANDER, * M.D. 1851. 

Native of Demerara; probably settled there. 

MACALISTER, ALEXANDER, LL.D. 1893. 

Professor of Anatomy in (i) University of Dublin, (2) University of 

Cambridge; Fellow of St. John's College, Cambridge; F.R.S. ; M.D. Dublin, 
1876; M.D. Camb. 1884; etc., etc., etc. 

M'ALISTER, JAMES, CM. 1841- 

"Hibernus" [Grad. Alb.]. 

M'ALISTER, JAMES, M.B., CM. 1865. 

Glasgow ; Galway ; Surgeon, Bombay Army. 

M'ALISTER, WILLIAM, M.B., CM. 1879- 

Glasgow ; Greenock ; Kilmarnock. 

M'ALLUM, DANIEL, M.D. 1816. 

"Scotus" [Grad. Alb.]. 

M'ALMON, JAMES ROBERT JOSEPH WOODBERRY, M.D. 1863. 

Liverpool. 



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MACALPINE, CHARLES SCOTT, M.A. 1877, B.D. 1880. 

Minister of Old St. Enoch's Baptist Church, Dundee, 1880-83; resigned 
owing to ill-health; resident in Manchester, 1895. 

M'ALPINE, JOHN, M.A, 1738. 

"F. Davidis M'Alpin Magistri quondam Ludi Literarii Dunobritanensis " 
[Matric. Alb. 1732]. 

M'ALPINE, WALTER, M.A. 1763. 

Minister of Culross, 1770 to 1823; died ist June, 1823, aged 82. 

M'ANLIS, THOMAS, B.A. 1847, M.A. 1848. 

"Hibernus" [Grad. Alb.]. 

MACARA, JAMES FINDLAY DUNCAN, M.B., C.M. 1888. 

Glasgow ; Crieff; Glasgow. 

MACARA, JOHN, M.A. 1890, B.D. 1892. 

Church of Scotland Missionary to Sikkim, India. 

MACARA, JOHN ANDREW, B.Sc. 1887, M.A. 1891. 

A. R.I. B. A., 2 Rochester Place, Glasgow; died 8th November, 1893. 

MACARTHUR, ALEXANDER, M.D. 1830. 

"Filius nat. max. Joannis, Merc. Glasguensis" [Matric. Alb. 1823]. 

M'ARTHUR, ALEXANDER, M.D. 1847. 

Staff-Surgeon-Major, Army; died 26th January, 1871. 

MACARTHUR, ALEXANDER, M.A. 1878. 

Minister of Strone. 

M'ARTHUR, ALEXANDER CHRISTIE, M.B., C.M. 1892. 

Gourock ; Narairgunge, E. Bengal, India. 

MACARTHUR, BENJAMIN WAITE, M.B., C.M. 1884, M.D. 1895. 

Glasgow; Langwith, Derbyshire; Gorton, Lanes. 

M ARTHUR, CHARLES, M.D. 1829. 

"Scotus" [Grad. Alb.]. 

MACARTHUR, DUNCAN, M.A. 1732. 

"Scoto. Hib. Fil. Johan. M'Arthur Presbyteri Eclesiae in ComiL de Antrim" 
[Matric. Alb. 1730]. 

M ARTHUR, DUNCAN, M.A. 1877. 

Minister of (i) Toward, (2) Kinnell. 

M'ARTHUR. JAMES, M.D. 1828. 

"Scotus" [Grad. Alb.]. 

MACARTHUR, JAMES, M.A. 1868. 

Advocate, Edinburgh, 1871-76; Curate of St. Mary, Redcliffe, Bristol, 

1878-80; Rector of Lampleigh, Cumberland, 1880-87; Vicar of St. Mary's, 

Westminster, 1887-92 ; Vicar of South Acton, Middlesex, since 1892, and along 

therewith, since 1894, Rural Dean of Baling. 



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MACARTHUR, JAMES INGHAM, M.B., C.M. 1885, M.D. 1890. 

Glasgow; West Kilbride. 

MACARTHUR, JOHN, M.A. 1811. 

"At present Master of the Grammar School at Penzance" [Univ. Minute, 
4th November, 1811]. 

MACARTHUR, JOHN HARDIE, M.B., C.M. 1893. 

Ship Surgeon ; Kingussie ; Sheffield. 

MACARTHUR, JOHN NEILL, M.B., C.M. 1888. 

Bridge of Weir; Paisley. 

MACARTHUR, LORNE CAMPBELL, M.A. 1879. 

Sometime Law Agent in Glasgow, after which went to Australia, where he 

has been engaged in various occupations, including, inter atia, those of (a) 

Vineyard Manager, (b) Teacher; address (October, 1896), Nixon Street, 

Shepparton, Victoria, Australia. 

M'ARTHUR, NEIL GALBRAITH, M.A. 1886. 

Free Church Minister of Bowden, St. Boswells. 

M'ARTHUR, PETER, M.B., C.M. 1865. 

Dervock, Co. Antrim ; Finvoy, same Co. ; Grey Abbey, Co. Down. 

MACARTHUR, ROBERT FERGUSSON, M.A. 1884, M.B., C.M. 1889. 

Oban ; London. 

MACARTNEY, DUNCAN. See MACCARTNEY. 

MACARTNEY, JOHN BROWNE, M.D. 1834. 

"Hibernus" [Grad. Alb.]. 

MACAULAY, AENEAS, M.D. 1803. 

"Scotus" [Grad. Alb.]. 

MACAULAY, ANGUS, M.B., C.M. 1879. 

Port-Ellen, Islay; Tomintoul, Banffshire; Lochs, Lewis; Stornoway. 

MACAULAY, AULAY, M.A. 1778. 

Miscellaneous writer; 1781-89, Curate of Claybrook, Leicestershire; 1789-90, 
Rector of Frolesworth; 1790-96, travelled on Continent as Tutor, etc., and, while 
at Brunswick, taught English to the future Queen Caroline; 1796-1819, Vicar of 
Rothley; uncle of Lord Macaulay; born at Manse of Cardross circa 1758; died 
24th February, 1819. 

MACAULAY, COLIN M'CULLOCH, M.A. 1887, M.B., C.M. 1889. 

Perth ; Worksop, Notts. ; Perth. 

MACAULAY, DANIEL, M.D. 1854. 

Glenarm, Co. Antrim. 

MACAULAY, DONALD, M.B., C.M. 1875. 

Lochs, Lewis; Barras there; Partick. 



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MACAULAY, GEORGE, M.A. 1881. 

F.C. Minister at Kilmaurs. 

M'AULAY, JAMES, M.A. 1788. 

"Hibernus" [Grad. Alb.]. 

M'AULAY, JOHN, M.A. 1738. 

"F. Rober. M'Aulay Civis Glasguensis" [Matric. Alb. 1732]. 

M'AULAY, JOHN, M.A. 1788. 

"Hibernus" [Grad. Alb.]. 

M'AULAY, JOHN, M.A. 1816. 

Irish Presbyterian Minister at Donaghadee, 1822-79; died 27th February, 
1879. 

MACAULAY, JOHN, M.D. 1858. 

Barrhead ; Newcastle-on-Tyne. 

MACAULAY, JOHN, M.A. 1881. 

Presbyterian Minister of (i) Woodside and Nairn, South Australia, 1885-88, 
(2) Mount Pleasant there, 1888-91, (3) Waverley, New South Wales, since 1891. 

MACAULAY, JOHN TODD, M.B., C.M. 1880. 

Newcastle-on-Tyne; died 2ist December, 1884. 

M'AUSLAND, ARCHIBALD, M.A. 1888. 

Belonged to Greenock: died, while a Law Student, 3rd December, 1891. 

MACAUSLAND, ROBERT, M.A. 1884. 

Law Clerk, Paisley. 

MACAW, KENNEDY, M.D. 1861. 

Glasgow; Surgeon- Major, Army; died gth April, 1878, aged 39. 

MACAY, JOHN, M.A. 1775. 

"Hibernus" [Grad. Alb.]. 

MACBETH, JAMES, M.A. 1863, M.B., C.M. 1867, M.D. 1870. 

Ballinluig ; Liverpool ; Rock Ferry, Cheshire ; Liverpool. 

M'BETH, LAWRENCE, D.D. 1864. 

Minister of the National Scottish Church, Halkin Street, London. 

MACBIRNIE, JOHN, M.A. 1865. 

Last heard of "in the bush" in New South Wales; born 1838; second son 
of James Macbirnie, Merchant, Glasgow. 

MACBIRNIE, STUART, M.B., C.M. 1890. 

Callander ; Melbourne. 

M'BRIDE, ALEXANDER, M.D. 1855. 

Fleet Surgeon, R.N. 

M'BRIDE, CHARLES, M.B., C.M. 1872, M.D. 1874. 

Glasgow ; Lancaster ; Birmingham ; Wigtown. 



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M'BRIDE, DANIEL, B.L. 1887. 

Writer, Dumbarton. 

MACBRIDE, DAVID, M.D. 1764. 

Sometime Surgeon, R.N. ; thereafter Practitioner in (i) Ballyinoney, (2) 
Dublin; born at Ballymoney, 26th April, 1726; died at Dublin, 28th December, 
1778. 

M'BRIDE, HENRY, CM. 1840. 

Gilford, Co. Down; died 3ist July, 1885, aged 66. 

M'BRIDE, JOHN, C.M. 1855. 

Newtownhamilton, Co. Armagh ; Ilminister, Somerset ; Forkhill, Co. Armagh. 

M'BRYDE, CHARLES, M.R, C.M. 1886. 

Port-Glasgow. 

MACBRYDE, JAMES, C.M. 1832. 

Ogley Hay, Staffs. 

M'BRYDE, PETER, M.B., C.M. 1893. 

Glasgow. 

M'BURNEY, ISAIAH, B.A. 1838. 

Sometime Classical Master in the Glasgow Academy; thereafter resident 
at Geelong, Australia; died at Bothwell, Blessington Street, St. Kilda, 
Melbourne, 5th July, 1896, aged 82. 

M'BURNEY, SAMUEL, C.M. 1821, M.D. 1844. 

"Hibernus" [Grad. Alb.]. 

M'CAIG, JOHN, M.A. 1775. 

"Filius natu maximus Jacobi Textoris in Vico de Caltcn " [Matric. Alb. 1768]. 

M'CALL, ANTHONY, M.B., C.M. 1889. 

Conisborough, Yorks. 

M'CALL, COLIN CAMPBELL, M.B., C.M. 1893. 

Cardiff. 

M'CALL, DUNCAN, C.M. 1829. 

"Scotus" [Grad. Alb.]. 

M'CALL, JAMES M'INTOSH, M.B., C.M. 1888. 

Glasgow (Professor of Materia Medica, etc., in Veterinary College). 

M'CALL, JOHN, M.B., C.M. 1881. 

Native of Tasmania; probably settled there. 

M'CALL, WILLIAM, M.B., C.M. 1892. 

Ship Surgeon ; Irvine. 

MACCALL, WILLIAM NEIL, M.B., C.M. 1867, M.D. 1870. 

Glasgow ; Manchester. 

M'CALLEN, WILLIAM, Ch.B. 1820. 

"Hibernus" [Grad. Alb.]. 



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M'CALLISTER, GEORGE, M.D. 1839. 

"Hibernus" [Grad. Alb.]. 

M'CALLUM, ARCHIBALD, M.A. 1894. 

Student of Theology in F.C. College, Glasgow. 

M'CALLUM, ARCHIBALD KELLY, M.A. 1849, LL.D. 1867. 

Sometime Governor of Duke Street Reformatory Institution, Glasgow; after- 
wards Minister at Millport; born 3rd June, 1816; died i8th July, 1893; be- 
queathed to the University an annual sum for the endowment of a Lectureship on 
Celtic Literature, together with his Library, etc. 

M'CALLUM, DUNCAN, M.A. 1827. 

Minister of Duirnish ; died nth June, 1888, aged 80. 

M'CALLUM, DUNCAN, M.B., CM. 1888. 

Salen, Mull; Tarbolton. 

M'CALLUM, GAVIN, M.B., CM. 1893. 

Glasgow (Assistant to Professor of Forensic Medicine in the University, 
1894-95); Australia. 

M'CALLUM, GAVIN STRUTHERS, M.A. 1881. 

Schoolmaster at (i) Fraserburgh, (2) Dairy, Ayrshire, (3) Uddingston. 

M'CALLUM, HUGH, M.A. 1888. 

Teacher, Glasgow, in (i) Rockvilla School, 1883-88, (2) Crookston Street 
School, 1888-91, (3) Pupil Teachers' Institute since 1891. 

M'CALLUM, JAMES ALEXANDER, M.A. 1882, LL.B. 1887. 

Writer in Glasgow ; Examiner for Law Degrees in the University since 
1895. 

M'CALLUM, JOHN, M.A. 1882. 

Soapmaker, Paisley. 

M'CALLUM, JOHN DONALDSON, M.A. 1881, B.D. 1884. 

Minister of Larkhall. 

M'CALLUM, JULIUS, M.A. 1890, B.D. 1894. 

Baptist Missionary, Rayrgama, Bandaragama, Ceylon. 

M'CALLUM, JULIUS FISHER, M.A. 1891, LL.B. 1894. 

Writer, Paisley. 

M'CALLUM, MUNGO WILLIAM, M.A. 1877. 

Professor of English Literature in (i) University College, Aberystwyth, (2) 
University of Sydney, N.S.W. 

M'CALMAN, DOVE, M.B., CM. 1875, M.D. 1881. 

Glasgow ; Ballachulish ; Oban. 

M'CANCE, JOHN, M.A. 1783. 

Presbyterian Minister at Comber, Co. Down, 1790 to 1843; died 4th 
November, 1843. 



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M'CANCE, WILLIAM, M.A. 1815. 

Presbyterian Minister at Waterford; retired 1864; died 22nd June, 1882; 
son of John M'Cance, M.A. 1783 (q.v.). 

M'CARTER, JAMES, M.A. 1777. 

"Hybernus" [Grad. Alb.]. 

M'CARTER, JOHN, M.A. 1833. 

Presbyterian Minister at Newtownstewart, Co. Tyrone, 1843-50; thereafter 
resident at Mitchelburn House, Waterside, Londonderry; died 1874. 

M'CARTHY, CHARLES, M.D. 1843. 

Glasgow; Bantry, Co. Cork; Bandon, same Co.; died 8th October, 1877, 
aged 6 1. 

M'CARTHY, JAMES, M.D. 1860. 

Dublin; Ballinasloe, Co. Galway; Dublin. 

M'CARTHY, JOHN, M.D. 1834. 

"Hibernicus" [Grad. Alb.]. 

M'CARTHY, JOSEPH MULLARKY, M.D. 1855. 

Tubbercurry, Co. Sligo ; died January, 1866, aged 40. 

M'CARTHY, WILLIAM, M.D. 1842. 

"Hibernus" [Grad. Alb.]. 

MACCARTNEY, DUNCAN, M.B., C.M. 1884, M.D. 1894. 

(i) Mathematical and Science Master in Kilmarnock Academy, 1877-80; (2) 
Lecturer on Physics in College of Science and Art, Glasgow ; (3) Medical Prac- 
titioner in Glasgow; M.A. Edin. 1877. 

M'CARTNEY, ROBERT THOMSON, B.Sc. 1894. 

Farmer, Gatehead, New Cumnock. 

M'CARTY, FREDERICK C, M.D. 1838. 

"Hibernus" [Grad. Alb.]. 

M'CASH, JAMES, M.B., C.M. 1895. 

Glasgow. 

M'CASLAND, PETER BLACKIE, B.A. 1857, M.A. 1858, M.B., C.M. 1869. 

Sometime Resident Assistant in Royal Infirmary, Glasgow ; died early. 

M'CAUL, JOHN, D.D. 1791. 

Minister of (i) Symington, Biggar, (2) Tron Church, Glasgow; died gth 
January, 1797, aged 73. 

M'CAW, ARTHUR, Ch.B. 1820. 

Bushmills, Co. Antrim. 

M'CAW, HUGH, M.B., C.M. 1877. 

Girvan; East Taieri, Otago, N.Z. 

M'CAW, WILLIAM, M.D. 1834. 

"Scotus" [Grad. Alb.]. 



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M'CAY, WILLIAM, M.A. 1810. 

" Filius Natu Quartus Gulielmi Agricolae in parochia de Bovevesh in comitatu 
de Londonderry in Hyb." [Matric. Alb. 1807]. 

M'CLAY, JAMES, C.M. 1834, M.D. 1836. 

Smarden, Kent ; Wrotham, Kent ; Claydon, Suffolk ; East Peckham, Kent. 

M'CLEAN, FRANK, LL.D. 1894- 

Civil Engineer at Barrow-in-Furness, and in Westminster, 1862-71 ; engaged 
in Observatory and Laboratory Work connected with Astrophysics and Spectro- 
scopy at Tunbridge Wells, Kent, since 1875 ; M.A. ; F.R.A.S. 

M'CLEAN, JOHN, C.M. 1833. 

Donacloney, Co. Down. 

M'CLEAN, JOHN, M.D. 1841. 

"Scotus" [Grad. Alb.]. 

M'CLEAN, ROBERT, M.A. 1821. 

Minister (i) of Second Drumbanagher Presbyterian Church, Ireland, for 29 

years, (2) in Hobart Town, Tasmania, for 31 years; died circa 1886, aged 92. 

M'CLELLAND, ARTHUR WELLESLEY, M.B., C.M. 1893. 

Banbridge, Co. Down; son of Robert Brown M'Clelland, M.D. (q.v). 

M'CLELLAND, GEORGE, M.A. 1805. 

Irish Presbyterian Minister at Agoghill, 1810-50; died 1 5th February, 1850. 

M'CLELLAND, HUGH, C.M. 1827. 

"Hibernus" [Grad. Alb.]. 

M'CLELLAND, JAMES, M.A. 1809. 

Irish Presbyterian Minister at Ballynahinch, 1812-29, when resigned through 
ill-health. 

M'CLELLAND, ROBERT BROWN, M.D. 1849. 

Banbridge, Co. Down; J.P. 

M'CLENAGHAN, WILLIAM, M.A. 1810. 

Irish Presbyterian Minister at Moville, 1820-24; died January, 1824. 

M'CLEVERTY, WILLIAM, M.A. 1778. 

"Natus in Hybernia Filius natu Tertius Gulielmi Navarchae in Classe Bri- 
tannica de Glynn prope Carrick Fergus" [Matric. Alb. 1775]. 

M'CLINTOCK, ALFRED HENRY, M.D. 1844. 

Dublin (sometime Lecturer on Obstetrics in Park Street Medical School 

there); born 2oth October, 1822; died 2ist October, 1881; LL.D. Edin. 1875. 

M'CLOSKEY, JAMES, M.B., C.M. 1871. 

Cramlington, Northumberland ; Stockton-on-Tees. 

M'CLOSKY, JOHN, M.A. 1767. 

" Filius natu minimus Richardi quondam Agricolae in parochia de Dungiven, 
Coraitatu de Londonderry, Hibernia" [Matric. Alb. 1764]. 



354 ROLL OF GRADUATES 

M'CLUMPHA, JOHN, M.A. 1886. 

Assayer and Mining Agent, Johannesburg, Transvaal, South Africa. 

M'CLURE, ALEXANDER LOGAN, M.A. 1880. 

Advocate, Edinburgh; LL.B. Edin. 1885. 

M'CLURE, ANDREW, M.A. 1847. 

"Filius unicus defuncti Roberti armigeri apud Raphoe in comitatu de 

Donegal" [Matric. Alb. 1836]; "Surgeon" [Univ. Minute, 25th January, 1847]. 

M'CLURE, HUGH HANNA CAMPBELL, M.A. 1876. 

Born at Liverpool (son of John M'Clure, Merchant) ; designed in General 

Council Register as " Law-Clerk, 1 2 Kelvinhaugh Street, Sandyford, Glasgow " ; 

enrolled as a Divinity Student in Glasgow University, 1876-77, 1877-78, and 

1878-79; died in Glasgow early in 1879. 

M'CLURE, JAMES, M.B., CM. 1896. 

Riccarton. 

M'CLURE, JAMES CAMPBELL, M.B., CM. 1896. 

Glasgow. 

M'CLURE, PETER, M.A. 1884, LL.B. 1887. 

Writer, Glasgow. 

M'CLURE, ROBERT WILSON, B.L. 1894. 

Writer, Glasgow. 

M'CLURE, WILLIAM, M.A. 1877. 

Writer, Greenock. 

M'CLURE, WILLIAM GEORGE, M.D. 1847. 

Invercargill, Otago, New Zealand. 

MACCLYMONT, COLIN RITCHIE, M.A. 1871. 

Barrister-at-Law, London; Snell Exhibitioner, 1868; B.A. Oxon. 1873; 
born at Stranraer, 8th December, 1843; died 4th May, 1889. 

M'CLYMONT, JOHN, CM. 1822. 

M'COARD, JAMES, M.D., CM. 1863. 

Glasgow; Belford, Northumberland; died 8th April, 1871. 

M'COLL, ARCHIBALD, M.D. 1836. 

"Nova Scotia N.A." [Grad. Alb.]. 

M'COLL, DANIEL, M.B., CM. 1895. 

Greenock. 

MACCOLL, DONALD STEWART, M.B., CM. 1886. 

Sydney, N.S. Wales. 

M'COLL, JOHN, M.A. 1882. 

Minister of Lylesland U.P. Church, Paisley. 

M'COLL, MALCOLM, M.A. 1890. 

Marine Engineering Draughtsman, Clydebank, 



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M'COLLUM, JAMES, M.D. 1850, CM. 1853. 

Eglinton, Co. Deny. 

M'COMB, HUGH, CM. 1818. 

Larne, Co. Antrim. 

M'CONAGHEY, JOHN, M.A. 1832. 

Minister of the Irish Presbyterian Congregation of Urney and Sion, Strabane, 
1837-81; died nth December, 1881. 

M'CONAGHY, JAMES FOSTER, M.A. 1867, M.B., CM. 1871, M.D. 1887. 

St. Johnstown, Co. Donegal ; Sanday, Orkney ; Turnham Green, Middlesex ; 
died 1887. 

M'CONAGHY, JOSEPH, M.A. 1831. 

Presbyterian Minister at St. Johnstone, Deny, 1834-75 ; died 3131 December, 

1875- 

M'CONCHIE, WILLIAM GIBSON, M.A. 1879. 

Minister (i) of U.P. Church, Mearns, 1883-84, (2) at Mudgee, N.S. Wales, 
1885-88, (3) at Bowenfells, N.S. Wales, 1888-90, (4) at Orange, N.S. Wales, 
1890-96, (5) at Randwick, Sydney, N.S. Wales, since 1896. 

M'CONECHY, JAMES, M.D. 1858. 

Practitioner in Glasgow for a few years ; Lecturer on Chemistry in Portland 
Street School of Medicine there, 1833-35; afterwards, for 23 years, Editor of 
The Glasgow Courier; born at Kilblane, 1796; died in Billhead, 1866. 

M ; CONECHY, JAMES, M.B., CM. 1886. 

Ship Surgeon ; Shipley, Yorks. ; Bramley there. 

M'CONKEY, WILLIAM, M.D. 1836. 

"Hibernus" [Grad. Alb.]. 

M'CONNACHIE, ROBERT, M.A. 1890. 

Teacher in (i) East Park Public School, Maryhill, (2) Comely Park Public 
School, Falkirk, (3) Grahamston Public School, Barrhead. 

M'CONNELL, WILLIAM, M.A. 1837. 

Presbyterian Minister at Gortnessy, Londonderry. 

M'CONNOCHIE, JAMES, M.D. 1872. 

Glasgow; Ballarat, Victoria, Australia; died 6th October, 1895, at Alexandria, 
Victoria. 

MACONOCHIE, WILLIAM GIBSON. See M'CONCHIE. 

M'CONVILLE, JOHN STEWART, M.A. 1884, M.B., CM. 1888, M.D. 1892. 

Glasgow. 

M'CORKINDALE, DUNCAN, M.B., CM. 1873, M.D. 1875. 

Glasgow; Holytown ; Mossend ; Glasgow (retired from practice). 

M'CORKINDALE, JOHN, M.A. 1865. 

Minister of (i) North Church, Saltcoats, (2) Govan Gaelic Church, (3) North 
Bute, (4) Lochgoilhead and Kilmorich. 



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M'CORKINDALE, JOHN, M.B., CM. 1887. 

Kilsyth ; Lugar; died at Saorphin, Mull, 3rd August, 1890, aged 28. 

M'CORKLE, ROBERT, M.A. 1825. 

Minister of (i) Irish Presbyterian Church at Limerick, 1837-44, (2) Free 
Church at St. Ninians, 1844-83; died i8th April, 1883. 

M'CORMICK, FREDERICK, CM. 1838. 

"Hibernus" [Grad. Alb.]. 

M'CORMICK, GEORGE MARK, M.D. 1836. 

Usher's Island, Dublin; died i3th July, 1877. 

M'CORMICK, JAMES, CM. 1820. 

Port- William, Wigtownshire; died 1870. 

M'CORMICK, JAMES, M.D. 1838. 

Goleen, Co. Cork; died 1885. 

M'CORMICK, JOHN, M.A. 1814. 

"Hybernus" [Grad. Alb.]. 

MACCORMICK, JOHN ARCHIBALD, M.A. 1896. 

Student of Theology in Glasgow University. 

M'CORMICK, SAMUEL, M.D. 1736. 

M'CORMICK, WILLIAM, M.A. 1765. 

"Hibernus" [Grad. Alb.]. 

M'CORMICK, WILLIAM MILLIGAN, M.B., CM. 1895. 

Newton-Stewart ; Creetown. 

M'CORMICK, WILLIAM SYMINGTON, M.A. 1880. 

(i) Bookseller and Publisher, Glasgow; (2) Assistant to Professor of English 

Literature in University of Glasgow; (3) Lecturer on English in Queen Margaret 

College there; (4) Professor of English Language and Literature in University 

College (Dundee), University of St. Andrews, since 1890. 

M'COSH, DAVID, CM. 1841. 

"Scotus" [Grad. Alb.]. 

M'COSH, ROBERT NEAVES, M.A. 1864, M.B. 1871, M.D. 1874, CM. 1883. 

Glasgow ; London ; South America ; Dundee (Medical Superintendent, 
Royal Infirmary there) ; Glasgow. 

M'COURT, JAMES, CM. 1839. 

Philadelphia, U.S.A. 

MACCOWAN, JOHN, B.Sc. 1883, M.A. 1886, D.Sc. 1892. 

(i) Teacher, Royal College of Science, Dublin; (2) Demonstrator of 
Physics and Assistant in Mathematics, University College, Dundee. 

M'COWAN, ROBERT THOMAS, M.D., CM. 1829. 

Surgeon, Milit. Force in Trinidad, 1830-40; Cumnock; Kirkintilloch ; 
Paisley; Bankfoot, Perthshire; Lochgoilhead ; Paisley; died 7th May, 1878. 



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M'COY, ROBERT, B.A. 1850, M.A. 1851. 

"Hibernus" [Grad. Alb.]. 

M'CRABB, JOHN, M.A. 1834. 

"Hibernus" [Grad. Alb.]. 

M CRACKEN, ALEXANDER HUTCHISON, M.B., CM. 1892. 

Kilcreggan ; Glasgow. 

M'CRACKEN, JOHN, M.B., CM. 1877. 

Glasgow ; Bridgend, Glam. ; Easingwold, Yorks. 

M'CRACKEN, THOMAS, M.A. 1858, M.D. 1864. 

F.C. Minister at Symington, Ayrshire; died 3ist May, 1869. 

M-'CRACKEN. WILLIAM, M.D., CM. 1860. 

Liverpool; Huntly; Insch, Aberdeenshire ; died 1875. 

M'CRACKEN, WILLIAM, M.B., CM. 1884. 

Kilcreggan; Kirkcowan; Ullapool; died 4th May, 1888. 

M'CRAITH, JAMES, M.D. 1835. 

Smyrna, Asia Minor. 

M'CREA, WILLIAM, M.A. 1774. 

" Filius natu maximus Gulielmi Mercatoris in Urbe Down Patrick, Comitatu 
de Downe, Hibernia" [Matric. Alb. 1771]. 

M'CREADIE, WILLIAM, M.B., CM. 1884. 

Glasgow ; Tarland ; Leith. 

M'CREIGHT, WILLIAM WALKINSHAW, M.D. 1850. 

Torquay. 

M'CRIE, THOMAS, LL.D. 1850. 

Minister of Original Secession Church at (i) Crieff, (2) Clola, (3) Edinburgh; 

afterwards Minister of Davie Street Free Church there; Professor of Divinity 

in (i) the Original Secession Church, (2) English Presbyterian College; retired 

1866; born at Edinburgh, 7th November, 1797; died there, 9th May, 1875. 

M'CRINDLE, JAMES ROBERT RONALD, M.B., CM. 1885. 

Glasgow; Ayr; Glasgow; Middlesbro'. 

M'CRINDLE, THOMAS, M.A. 1833. 

F.C. Minister at Yarrow; died i7th May, 1885. 

M'CRONE, ROBERT, M.A. 1880. 

(i) Pupil Teacher in Kerse School, Dalrymple Parish, Ayrshire; (2) 
Teacher in Catrine; (3) Schoolmaster in South Africa. 

M'CRORIE, ARCHIBALD, M.B., CM. 1880. 

Shotts; Arrochar; Glasgow (sometime Lecturer on Bacteriology in St- 
Mungo's College). 

M'CUBBIN, JOHN, M.A. 1787. 

" Filius unicus Joannis Fabri ferrei in parochia de Glencairn et comitatu 
de Dumfries" [Matric. Alb. 1780]. 



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M'CUBBIN, ROBERT, M.A. 1790. 

Of the Army-Accountant Office, Dublin; only son of William M'Cubbin, 
Minister of Douglas, Lanarkshire. 

M'CULLAGH, JOHN, M.A. 1821. 

"Filius 3 US Thomae Mercatoris in Comitatu Monaghan" [Matric. Alb. 1817]. 

M'CULLOCH, ALLEN, M.B., CM. 1880. 

Dalmellington ; Tarporley, Cheshire. 

M'CULLOCH, GEORGE, M.D. 1843. 

"George M'Culloch, M.D., Staff-Surgeon, late of the 5th Dragoon Guards," 
died on 3151 October, 1859, at 44 Connaught Terrace, London, after a long 
illness. 

M'CULLOCH, HENRY DANIEL, M.B., CM. 1883. 

Murree, Punjaub, India. 

M'CULLOCH, JOHN, M.A. 1812. 

"F. n. max. Joannis Agricolae, Comrie, Perth" [Matric. Alb. 1807]. 

M'CULLOCH, JOHN, M.D. 1853. 

Paisley; Stevenston; died 1867. 

M'CULLOCH, JOHN, M.D. 1860. 

Ship Surgeon; Greenock; died 1883. 

M'CULLOCH, MICHAEL, M.A. 1758, D.D. 1798. 

Minister of Bothwell, 1767 to 1801 ; died 26th May, 1801 ; at his own 
request, the following epitaph was written as a jeu (f esprit by his friend, the 
Rev. Thomas Brisbane, Minister of Dunlop : 

"There lies interred beneath this sod 
That sycophantish man of God, 
Who taught an easy way to heaven, 
Which to the rich was always given. 
If he get in, he'll look and stare 
To find some out that he put there." 

M'CULLOCH, THOMAS, D.D. 1822. 

Sometime Secession Minister at Stewarton ; afterwards Minister in Pictou, 
Nova Scotia, and President of a College there; latterly Principal of Dalhousie 
College, Halifax; died 1843, aged 67; degree conferred partly "in consideration 
of the valuable donation of Insects lately presented by him to this University" 
[Univ. Minutes, i8th and 26th March and 2nd April, 1822]. 

M'CULLOCH, THOMAS CAMPBELL, M.B., CM. 1884. 

London; Surgeon-Captain, Army. 

M'CULLOCH, WALTER, M.A. 1766. 

"Scotus" [Grad. Alb.]. 

M'CULLOCH, WILLIAM, D.D. 1867. 

Minister of the Presbyterian Church, Truro, Nova Scotia. 



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M'CULLOUGH, PATRICK, M.B., CM. 1876. 

Gortin, Co. Tyrone; Clonmany, Co. Donegal. 

M'CULLOUGH, WILLIAM D. M.A. 1810. 

" Filius Natu Maximus Joannis Agricolae in parochia de Cumber in comitatu 
de Doun in Hybernia" [Matric. Alb. 1807]. 

M'CUNE, THOMAS, B.A. 1836, M.A. 1837, M.D. 1840. 

Stranraer. 

MACCUNN, JOHN, M.A. 1873. 

Professor of Philosophy in, and Vice-Principal of, University College, 

Liverpool (one of the Colleges of Victoria University); Snell Exhibitioner, 1872; 

B.A. Oxon. 1876; M.A. 1881 ; Preliminary Examiner on English in Glasgow 

University, 1892. 

M'CUNN, ROBERT, B.A. 1856, M.A. 1857. 

Minister of St. George's Church (in connection with Church of Scotland), 
River John, Nova Scotia, 1863-95 ; died 28th February, 1895. 

M'CURDY, CHARLES, M.D. 1849. 

"Hibernus" [Grad. Alb.]. 

M'CURDY, JOHN, M.A. 1768. 

Irish Presbyterian Minister at Glennan, 1783 to 1823; died igth February, 
1823. 

M'CURDY, SAMUEL, CM. 1830. 

"Hibernus" [Grad. Alb.]. 

M'CURLEY, ROBERT, CM. 1825. 

"Hibernus" [Grad. Alb.} 

M'CURTAIN, DAVID HUME, M.A. 1894. 

Teacher, Glasgow, in (i) F.C. Normal School, (2) Hutchesons' Boys' 
Grammar School, (3) North Kelvinside Public School. 

M'DERMEIT, JOHN, M.A, 1746. 

Minister of Straiten; died i3th September, 1793, aged 69; assumed the 
name of Fergushill. 

MACDERMOT, HUGH, M.D. 1784. 

"Hibernus" [Grad. Alb.]. 

M'DERMOTT, JOHN, M.D. 1847. 

Blackburn ; sometime Surgeon, R.N. 

M'DERMOTT, PATRICK, M.D. 1804. 

"Hibernus" [Grad. Alb.]. 

M'DERMOTT, WILLIAM, M.D. 1839. 

Surgeon, R.N. ; died at Dublin, 1861. 

M'DIARMID, GEORGE, CM. 1828, M.D. 1834. 

"Scotus" [Grad. Alb.]. 



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M'DIARMID, HUGH, M.A. 1840, D.D. 1875. 

Minister of Callander, 1843-77; born 23rd November, 1810; died 2oth 
April, 1877. 

MACDIARMID, RODERICK CAMPBELL, M.B., CM. 1889. 

Whiteinch ; Glasgow ; Linares, Provincia de Jaen, Spain. 

M'DIVITT, JOHN, M.D. 1834. 

"Hibernus" [Grad. Alb.]. 

MACDONALD, ALEXANDER, M.D. 1859, C.M. 1861. 

Glasgow ; South Uist ; Lochbroom ; South Uist ; North Sunderland ; 
Edinburgh ; Blairmore. 

M'DONALD, ALEXANDER, M.A. 1885. 

Assistant Inspector of Schools. 

M'DONALD, ALEXANDER, M.A. 1886. 

Teacher in Abbotsford Public School, Glasgow. 

MACDONALD, ANGUS, M.A. 1887. 

Minister of Ullapool. 

M'DONALD, ANGUS, B.Sc. 1887. 

Head Master of (i) Public School, Lochmaben, 1887-90, (2) Merry Street 
School, Motherwell, since 1890. 

MACDONALD, ARCHIBALD MACNICOLL GILLIES, M.B., C.M. 1890. 

Glasgow ; Blairmore ; London. 

MACDONALD, COLL ARCHIBALD, M.A. 1896. 

Student of Theology in Glasgow University. 

M'DONALD, DAVID, M.B., C.M. 1886. 

Glasgow; Inverness; Glen Urquhart. 

MACDONALD, DAVID, M.B., C.M. 1890, M.D. 1893. 

Galston ; Skelmorlie ; Kilmarnock. 

MACDONALD, DAVID WATERS, M.A. 1888. 

Engaged in business at New Broad Street House, London, E.G. 

MACDONALD, DONALD, M.A. 1890. 

Head Master of Paible School, North Uist. 

MACDONALD, DONALD, M.A. 1890. 

Minister of Strontian. 

MACDONALD, DONALD, M.B., C.M. 1894. 

Greenock. 

MACDONALD, DONALD DEWAR, M.A. 1889, B.D. 1894. 

Licentiate of the Church of Scotland. 

MACDONALD, DONALD DOUGLAS, M.B., C.M. 1893. 

Beauly ; Portree. 



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MACDONALD, DUNCAN, M.B., CM. 1893. 

Glasgow; Brandon, Co. Durham; Salen, Mull. 

M'DONALD, DUNCAN, M.B., CM. 1895. 

New Stevenston, Lanarkshire; Furnace, Lochfyne. 

MACDONALD, DUNCAN BLACK, M.A. 1885, B.D. 1888. 

Instructor in Semitic Department, Hartford Theological Seminary, Connecti- 
cut, U.S.A. 

M ; DONALD. EDWARD LAWSON, CM. 1825. 

"Hibernus" [Grad. Alb.]. 

MACDONALD, FARQUHAR, M.A. 1879. 

Assistant Teacher in the High School of Glasgow, 1879-86; Rector of the 
Miller Institution, Thurso, 1886-94; Rector of the Dingwall Academy since 
1894. 

MACDONALD, GAVIN PARKER, M.A. 1890. 

Teacher in (i) Commercial Public School, Dunfermline, (2) Grammar 
School, Dunoon. 

M'DONALD, GEORGE, M.D. 1863. 

Norwood Green, Middlesex; Southall Green, same Co. 

MACDONALD, GEORGE GODFREY, M.B., CM. 1889. 

Standish, Lanes. ; Crich, Derbyshire. 

MACDONALD, HUGH, M.D., CM. 1863. 

Cromarty ; Emigration Service ; Wellington, N.Z. ; Lyttleton, N.Z. 

MACDONALD. JAMES,. M.A. 1829. 

"Scotus" [Grad. Alb.]. 

MACDONALD, JAMES, B.L. 1884. 

Writer, Glasgow. 

M'DONALD, JAMES, M.B., CM. 1886. 

Motherwell. 

MACDONALD, JAMES DEWAR, M.B., CM. 1882. 

Ship Surgeon; Kilmalcolm ; died there, 28th February, 1891, aged 31. 

MACDONALD, JAMES WALLACE, B.D. 1892. 

Licentiate of the Church of Scotland; M.A. Edin. 1887. 

M'DONALD, JOHN, D.D. 1855. 

Minister of (i) Kinlochrannoch, 1830-43, (2) Cornrie, 1843-75; born at 
Aberfeldy, 2oth February, 1794; died at Cornrie, i7th January, 1875. 

MACDONALD, JOHN, M.D. 1862. 

Glasgow ; Surgeon -Major, Argentine Army ; Buenos Ayres ; died 7th 
December, 1879. 

M-DONALD, JOHN, M.A. 1867. 

R.P. Minister at (i) Loanhead, Midlothian, (2) Airdrie; B.D. Edin. 1873. 



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M'DONALD, JOHN, M.B., CM. 1876, M.D. 1878. 

Carbost, Skye; North Uist; died 2oth March, 1884. 

M'DONALD, JOHN, M.B., CM. 1883. 

Glasgow ; Ardrossan. 

M'DONALD, JOHN, M.A. 1888, M.B., CM. 1892. 

Patna; Nottingham; Glasgow. 

MACDONALD, JOHN, M.B., CM. 1889. 

Murton Colliery, Co. Durham, 1890-94; Stoke-on-Trent, 1895-96; died at 

his brother-in-law's house, 122 Darnley Street, Pollokshields, 26th April, 1897, 
aged 31. 

MACDONALD, JOHN, M.A. 1894. 

Teacher (i) in Lewis, Hebrides, (2) under Glasgow School Board. 

MACDONALD, JOHN ALEXANDER, M.B., CM. 1885. 

Glasgow; Woolsthorpe, Lines. 

M'DONALD, JOHN CADDELL, M.D. 1828. 

Edinburgh ; previously Medical Superintendent, Glasgow Royal Infirmary ; 
died 1 86 1. 

MACDONALD, JOHN DUNCAN, M.B., CM. 1872, M.D. 1880. 

Lochcarron ; Drymen ; Newburgh, Fife ; Haputalic, Ceylon ; Colombo there ; 
died 2oth July, 1896, aged 56. 

MACDONALD, LACHLAN, M.A. 1888. 

(i) Curate of St. Columba's Mission, Islay; (2) Curate, Christ Church, 
Glasgow; (3) Diocesan Supernumerary, Glasgow; (4) Rector of St. Madoc's, 
Doune, Perthshire. 

MACDONALD, MURDOCH, M.A. 1886. 

Teacher at (i) Halbeath, Fifeshire, (2) Erin, Inverness-shire, (3) Dores 
there. 

M'DONALD, NEIL CAMPBELL, M.B., CM. 1883. 

Glasgow. 

MACDONALD, RANALD, M.A. 1894. 

Student of Theology in F.C. College, Aberdeen. 

MACDONALD, RODERICK, M.B., CM. 1884. 

Lochmaddy; Tweed River, N.S. Wales; Perth, Western Australia. 

MACDONALD, THOMAS FAUSET, M.B., CM. 1882. 

Maryhill; Ingham, Queensland; Maryhill ; Ingham. 

MACDONALD, THOMAS ROSS, M.B., CM. 1886. 

Islay ; Newton-Abbot, Devon ; Kingskerswell, Devon. 

M'DONALD, WILLIAM, CM. 1831. 

"Hibernus" [Grad. Alb.]. 



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MACDONALD, WILLIAM BELL, B.A. 1827. 

Of Rammerscales, Dumfriesshire; Linguist; Surgeon in Sir Pulteney Mal- 
colm's flagship in the Mediterranean, 1828-31; born 1807; died at 114 West 
Campbell Street, Glasgow, 5th December, 1862; father-in-law of Sir John 
Neilson Cuthbertson, LL.D. (q.v.). 

MACDONALD, WILLIAM CRAIG CHRISTIE, M.B., C.M. 1878. 

Maryhil!, Glasgow; Sydney, N.S. Wales; Ingham, Queensland. 

MACDONELL, EVAN, M.D. 1830. 

"Scotus" [Grad. Alb.]. 

MACDONNELL, DONALD, M.D. 1836. 

Drumnadrochit, by Inverness. 

M'DONNELL, ENEAS J., M.D. 1841. 

"Hibernus" [Grad. Alb.]. 

M'DONNELL, FERGUSIUS M'VEAGH, M.D. 1788. 

"Hibernus" [Grad. Alb.]. 

MACDONOGH, BRYEN PATRICK, M.D. 1851. 

Tullow, Co. Carlow ; Dublin ; Athy, Co. Kildare ; Rathvilly, Co. Carlow ; 
sometime on Army Medical Staff; died 1864. 

MACDOUGALL, ALEXANDER, M.D. 1834. 

"Scotus" [Grad. Alb.]. 

MACDOUGALL, ALEXANDER, M.B., C.M. 1884. 

Ship Surgeon ; Glasgow ; Girvan. 

M'DOUGALL, ALEXANDER, M.A. 1892. 

Teacher in (i) Bridgend Public School, Kilbirnie, (2) Highlanders' Academy, 

Greenock, (3) Church Street Public School, Partick, (4) Bellahouston Academy, 

(5) Copeland Road Public School, Govan, (6) Hamilton Crescent Public School, 

Partick, (7) Church Street Public School there. 

M'DOUGALL, ALLAN, M.A. 1867. 

(i) R.P. Minister at Rothesay ; (2) Missionary to New Hebrides ; (3) Minister 
of the Presbyterian Church, Grafton, N.S. Wales, 1876-85; (4) Farmer near 
Grafton. 

M'DOUGALL, ANDREW, M.A. 1892. 

(i) Tutor in the family of John Denison Fender, Esq., North Erines, Tarbert, 
Lochfyne; (2) First Assistant in Tarbert Public School. 

M'DOUGALL, DANIEL, M.B., C.M. 1889. 

Stranraer; Scotswood-on-Tyne ; Stranraer; Greenock; died 25th April, 
1894, aged 28. 

MACDOUGALL, DUGALD, M.A, 1777, D.D. 1813. 

Minister of (i) Gigha, (2) Lochgoilhead ; died i6th December, 1819, 
aged 63. 



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M'DOUGALL, DUGALD, CM. 1838. 

"Scotus" [Grad. Alb.]. 

MACDOUGALL, DUGALD, M.B., C.M. 1891. 

Newhaven, Sussex; Dover, Kent; Birchington there. 

M'DOUGALL, DUNCAN, M.A. 1875. 

Classical Teacher in (i) St. Thomas' School, Leith, 1874-75, (2) Daniel 
Stewart's College, Edinburgh, since 1875. 

M'DOUGALL, HUGH, M.B., C.M. 1880. 

Glasgow ; London ; Anioy, China. 

M'DOUGALL, JOHN, M.A. 1815, D.D. 1870. 

Missionary at Strathfillan, 1822-26; Minister of Campbeltown, 1826-32; 
Minister of Lochgoilhead and Kilmorich, 1832-71; died i2th January, 1871, 
aged 75. 

M'DOUGALL, JOHN, C.M. 1840. 

"Scotus" [Grad. Alb.]. 

M'DOUGALL, JOHN, M.D. 1863, C.M. 1881. 

Greenock. 

MACDOUGALL, JOHN, M.A. 1872. 

Intended for the Ministry, but died nth April, 1873 ; son of John M'Dougall, 
D.D. 1870 (q.v.). 

M'DOUGALL, JOHN, M.B., C.M. 1893. 

Glasgow ; Crediton, Devon ; Glasgow ; Southampton ; Exeter. 

M'DOUGALL, JOHN RICHARDSON, M.A. 1854. 

F.C. Minister at (i) Brighton, (2) Florence, Italy. 

M'DOUGALL, PATRICK, M.D. 1802. 

Practitioner in Glasgow; nephew of Professor James Jeffray (q.v.). 

M'DOUGALL, RICHARD, M.B., C.M. 1873, M.D. 1882. 

Hexham; Murramburrah, Sydney, N.S. Wales; Glen Innes there; Gladstone 
there. 

M'DOUGALL, WILLIAM, M.D. 1835. 

"Scotus" [Grad. Alb.]. 

MACDOWALL, ALEXANDER ANGUS, M.D. 1853. 

Glasgow ; Helensburgh ; Staff-Surgeon, Turk. Conting., and Member of Order 
of Medjidie; died at Helensburgh, xoth June, 1864. 

MACDOWALL, ALEXANDER BAIRD, M.A. 1866. 

Journalist, London. 

M'DOWALL, ALEXANDER KENNEDY, M.A. 1868. 

Probationer of the Free Church (son of F.C. Minister of Kirkcolm); died 
24th July, 1885. 



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M'DOWALL, JOHN, M.D. 1817. 

Glasgow; died 4th January, 1857, aged 61. 

M'DOWALL, PETER, M.A. 1820. 

U.P. Minister at Alloa ; died loth September, 1878, aged 78. 

M'DOWALL, WILLIAM, M.A, 1883. 

F.C. Minister at Kirkmahoe. 

M'DOWEL, JOHN, M.A. 1731- 

"Scoto-Hib." [Grad. Alb.]. 

M'DOWELL, ALEXANDER, M.D. 1833. 

Randalstown, Co. Antrim; died 1858. 

M'DOWELL, JOHN, M.D. 1831. 

"Hibernus" [Grad. Alb.]. 

M'DOWELL, WILLIAM HENRY, M.A, 1821. 

"Filius natu secundus Hugonis Ludimagistri Donaghadee in Hibern." 
[Matric. Alb. 1819]. 

MACDUFF, JOHN ROSS, D.D. 1862. 

Minister of (i) Kettins, (2) St. Madoes, (3) Sandyford, Glasgow; retired 
1870, and devoted himself to literature; died at Ravensbrook, Chislehurst, 3oth 
April, 1895, aged 77. 

M'ELHENNY, JOHN, M.A. 1811. 

"Filius natu Tertius Joannis Agricolae in parochia de Donougheady in 
comitatu de Tyronne" [Matric. Alb. 1808]. 

M'ELWEE, GEORGE MUNRO, M.A. 1881, B.Sc. 1883. 

Baptist Minister at (i) Dumfries, (2) Mansfield Road, Nottingham. 

M'EVERS, JOHN FRANCIS, M.D. 1837. 

Cork (sometime Lecturer on Materia Medica in Cork Medical School) ; died 
1874. 

M'EWAN, DAVID, D.D. 1873. 

Minister of (i) John Street U.P. Church, Glasgow, (2) Clapham Road 
Presbyterian Church, London. 

M'EWAN, DUGALD, M.D. 1847. 

Inspector-General, R.N. 

M'EWAN, JAMES, M.B., CM. 1873. 

Glasgow ; Helensburgh. 

M'EWAN, JAMES WARDROP, M.A, 1888, B.Sc. 1892. 

Congregational Minister at (i) Southport, Lancashire, (2) Berkeley Street, 
Liverpool; resigned 1896. 

MACEWAN, JOHN, M.D. 1827. 

Glasgow; died 1856. 

MACEWAN, JOHN, M.D. 1852. 

Glasgow; died 1857, aged 26. 



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M'EWEN, ALEXANDER, M.A. 1813. 

Irish Presbyterian Minister at Kirkcubbin, 1817-37; died 2gth January, 
1839. 

MACEWEN, ALEXANDER, M.A. 1841, D.D. 1864. 

Secession and U.P. Minister at (i) Helensburgh, (2) Claremont Church, 
Glasgow; died 4th June, 1875, aged 53. 

MACEWEN, ALEXANDER ROBERTSON, B.D. 1880, D.D. 1892. 

(a) Assistant to Professor of Humanity in Glasgow University, 1875-76; (b) 
U.P. Minister at (i) Moffat, (2) Anderston, Glasgow, (3) Claremont Church, 
Glasgow; Degree Examiner on Classics in the University, 1881-84; Snell 
Exhibitioner, 1870; B.A. Oxon. 1874; M.A. 1877; son of Alexander MacEwen, 
D.D. (q.v.). 

MACEWEN, ARCHIBALD, M.A. 1801. 

"Scotus" [Grad. Alb.]. 

M'EWEN, GEORGE, M.A. 1779. 

Presbyterian Minister at Killinchy, Co. Down, 1783-95; died 2oth March, 

1795- 

M'EWEN, HENRY COX, B.Sc. 1881. 

(M.B., C.M. Edin. 1885); Glasgow; died in Belvidere Hospital, 4th May, 
1888, aged 27. 

M'EWEN, JAMES, M.A. 1852. 

U.P. Minister at (i) Ford, (2) Hawick, (3) Sydney Place, Glasgow. 

MACEWEN, JOHN ALLAN CRAIGIE, B.Sc. 1895. 

M.B., C.M. (Joint Brunton Prizeman), 1897; son of Professor William 
Macewen (q.v.). 

M'EWEN, JOHN BLACKWOOD, M.A. 1888. 

Teacher of Music, Glasgow. 

M'EWEN, WILLIAM, M.A. 1820. 

Irish Presbyterian Minister at Drum, 1826-49, when resigned charge and 
emigrated to America. 

MACEWEN, WILLIAM, M.B., C.M. 1869, M.D. 1872, LL.D. 1890. 

(i) Lecturer on Surgery in Royal Infirmary, Glasgow, and Professor of 
Clinical Surgery in St. Mungo's College ; (2) Professor of Surgery in the 
University since 1892; F.R.S. 

M'EWEN, WILLIAM DALZELL HUEY, M.A. 1806. 

Presbyterian Minister at (i) Usher's Quay, Dublin, 1808-13, (2) Killileagh, 

Co. Down, 1813-17, (3) Belfast, 1817-28, and Professor of Elocution in the 

old Belfast College; died isth July, 1828, aged 41; son of George M'Ewen, 

M.A. 1779 (q-v.). 

M'EWING, SAMUEL HARVEY, M,A. 1896. 

Student of Theology in U.P. College, Edinburgh, 



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M'FADDEN, JOHN, M.D. 1866. 

Batley, Yorks. ; Oxford ; London ; Portsmouth. 

M'FADYEN, CHARLES, M.B., CM. 1871. 

Broadford, Skye; died 1873. 

M'FADYEN, DONALD, M.D., CM. 1865. 

Alva ; Stirling. 

MACFADYEN, JAMES, M.D. 1837. 

Lecturer (1822-24) on Natural History in Mechanics' Institution, Glasgow; 
afterwards Physician in, and " Island Botanist " of, Jamaica ; born at Glasgow, 
3rd May, 1799; died in Jamaica, of cholera, 24th November, 1850. 

MACFADYEN, JOHN ALLISON, B.A. 1856, M.A. 1857, D.D. 1882. 

Congregational Minister at (i) St. Helen's, Lanes., 1860-63, (2) Chorlton 

Road, Manchester, 1863-89; born at Greenock, 22nd January, 1837; died 
2ist November, 1889. 

M'FADYEN, JOHN EDGAR, M.A. 1890. 

(Logan Medallist) ; Theological Student in F.C. College, Glasgow ; Snell 
Exhibitioner, 1890; B.A. Oxon. 1895. 

M'FADYEN, JOSEPH FERGUSON, M.A. 1895. 

Theological Student in F.C. College, Glasgow. 

MACFADZEAN, ALEXANDER, M.D. 1830. 

Ardrossan. 

M'FADZEAN, JAMES, M.A. 1880, B.D. 1883. 

Minister of ColmonelL 

M'FAIT, EBENEZER, M.A. 1732. 

Practitioner in Edinburgh ; eminent in his day as a Greek Scholar and 
Mathematician ; acted as Mathematical Tutor to Sir Walter Scott ; died at Alva, 
25th November, 1786. 

MACFARLAN, ARCHIBALD SCOTT, M.D. 1829, CM. 1831. 

Georgetown, Demerara; son of Principal Duncan Macfarlan (q.v.). 

MACFARLAN, DUNCAN, M.A. 1788, D.D. 1806. 

Minister of (i) Drymen, 1792, (2) High Church, Glasgow, 1824; Dean of 
Faculties in University, 1806 to 1808, and 1810 to 1812; Principal and Vice- 
Chancellor, 1823 to 1857 ; born in Manse of Drymen, of which Parish his father 
was Minister, 27th September, 1771; died (Father of the Church) 2th 
November, 1857. 

MACFARLAN, DUNCAN, M.A. 1820. 

Advocate, Edinburgh ; son of Principal Duncan Macfarlan (q.v.) ; died 
of consumption at an early age. 

MACFARLAN, JAMES, M.A. 1825, D.D. 1848. 

Minister of (i) Third Charge, Stirling, (2) Stockbridge, Edin., (3) 
Duddingston; born 27th April, 1808: died 6th February, 1866. 



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MACFARLAN, JOHN, D.D. 1854. 

Minister of (i) Saddell and Skipness, 1822-44, ( 2 ) Arrochar, 1844-68; 
died 26th December, 1868, aged 76. 

MACFARLAN, PATRICK, D.D. 1830. 

Minister of (i) Kippen, (2) Polmont, (3) St. John's, Glasgow, (4) St. Enoch's, 
Glasgow, (5) Greenock, (6) Free Church there; died i3th November, 1849, 
aged 69. 

M'FARLAND, ARMAR, M.A. 1828. 

"Fil. nat. max. Patricii agricolae in parochia de Badony in comitat. de 
Tyrone" [Matric. Alb. 1825]. 

M'FARLAND, JOHN, B.A. 1848, M.A. 1849. 

Presbyterian Minister, Rathmullen, County Donegal. 

MACFARLANE, ALEXANDER, M.A. 1728. 

MACFARLANE, ALEXANDER, M.A. 1805. 

Minister of Kilbrandon, 1809-26; died nth May, 1826, aged 41. 

MACFARLANE, ALEXANDER WILLIAM, M.B., CM. 1867, M.D. 1872. 

Glasgow; Polmont; Kilmarnock ; J.P. ; London; Degree Examiner in 

Glasgow University on (i) Medicine, 1885-87, (2) Forensic Medicine, 1888-90; 
died 3rd August, 1892, aged 46. 

MACFARLANE, BRYCE, M.A. 1891, B.D. 1894. 

Licentiate of the Church of Scotland. 

MACFARLANE, DANIEL, M.A. 1772. 

"Scbtus" [Grad. Alb.]. 

MACFARLANE, DONALD, M.A. 1879. 

Minister of Morven. 

MACFARLANE, DONALD NEIL, M.B., C.M. 1891. 

Ship Surgeon; Tiree; died at Brotton, Yorks., lyth June, 1895, aged 27. 

M'FARLANE, DUNCAN, M.A. 1856. 

Minister of Walston, Biggar. 

M'FARLANE, HUGH, M.A. 1797. 

"Fil. n. Max. Hugonis Agricolae in Par. de St. Ninians, Com. de Stirling" 
[Matric. Alb. 1793]. 

MACFARLANE, HUGH, M.A. 1797. 

"Fil. n. 2 dus Joannis Agricolae in Par. de St. Ninians (Stirling)" [Matric. 
Alb. 1793]. 

M'FARLANE, JAMES, M.A. 1816. 

"F. n. 2 dus Alex. Agric. Cardross" [Matric. Alb. 1812]. 

MACFARLANE, JAMES, M.A. 1860. 

Minister of the Scottish Church, Leghorn, Italy. 



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MACFARLANE. JOHN, M.D. 1824. 

Glasgow : Lecturer on Clinical Surgery in Royal Infirmary ; afterwards 

Professor of Practice of Medicine in Glasgow University, 1852 to 1862; 

retired 1862, and spent remainder of life at Helensburgh; born 1796; died 

7th December, 1869; Founder of Macfarlane Bursary. 

MACFARLANE, JOHN, M.D. 1837. 

Sydney, N.S. Wales; died 6th July, 1873. 

M'FARLANE, JOHN, LL.D. 1842. 

U.P. Minister of (i) Kincardine, (2) Nicolson Street Church, Glasgow, 
(3) Erskine Church there, (4) Clapham, London; died 1874, aged 67. 

M'FARLANE, JOHN, B.A. 1845. 

Minister of (i) Albion Secession Church, London, (2) Congregational Church, 
Maidenhead. 

M'FARLANE, JOHN, M.A. 1864. 

Sometime Schoolmaster in various country parishes in Scotland; thereafter, 
for 30 years, Farmer at Waverley, County Bremer, Iowa, U.S.A.; born at 
Blairdrummond, Perthshire, 1833; died at Waverley, 4th December, 1895. 

MACFARLANE, JOHN, B.L. 1888. 

Writer, Glasgow. 

MACFARLANE. JOHN MALCOLM, B.L. 1884. 

Writer, Airdrie. 

MACFARLANE, MALCOLM, M.A. 1883. 

(i) Teacher in Church Street School, Partick; (2) Head Master of Newton 
School, Inveraray ; (3) Head Master of Bridge of Allan Public School. 

MACFARLANE, PETER, B.A. 1841. 

U.P. Minister at (i) Lanark, (2) Rothesay; died i6th September, 1890. 

M'FARLANE, ROBERT, C.M. 1839. 

Byer's Green, Durham. 

MACFARLANE, ROBERT WALLACE, C.M. 1820. 

"Scotus" [Grad. Alb.]. 

MACFARLANE, THOMAS LONGLANDS, M.B., C.M. 1887. 

Ship Surgeon ; Wishaw ; Bannockburn. 

M'FARLANE, WALTER, LL.D. 1756. 

"Laird of M'Farlane"; brother of Alexander M'Farlane, Merchant in 
Jamaica, who bequeathed certain valuable astronomical instruments to the 
University of Glasgow; died 5th June, 1767. 

MACFARLANE, WALTER, D.D. 1863. 

Minister of Troqueer for 33 years; died 29th February, 1876, aged 59. 

MACFARLANE, WALTER, B.Sc 1874. 

Minister of English Presbyterian Church, Shaw Street, Liverpool. 

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MACFARLANE, WILLIAM, M.B., C.M. 1876, M.D. 1878. 

Govan ; Maybole. 

M'FARLANE, WILLIAM, M.B., C.M. 1881. 

Glasgow. 

MACFARLANE, WILLIAM DOVE, M.B., C.M. 1890. 

Glasgow. 

M'FARLANE, WILLIAM MILROY, M.B., C.M. 1896. 

Motherwell. 

M'FEAT, GEORGE, M.B., C.M. 1893. 

Glasgow ; Govan ; Douglas, Lanarkshire. 

M'FEAT, JOSEPH, . M.B., C.M. 1893. 

Govan ; London ; Govan. 

MACFEE, JOHN, M.D. 1865. 

Glasgow; London. 

MACFIE, GEORGE PATON, M.A. 1887. 

U.P. Minister at Montrose. 

MACFIE, JOHN MANDEVILLE, M.A. 1891. 

U.P. Missionary to Rajputana, India. 

MACFIE, NORMAN MACLEOD, M.A. 1874, B.D. 1877. 

Minister of Tighnabruaich. 

MACFIE, SAMUEL, M.A. 1892, LL.B. 1895. 

Writer, Glasgow. 

MACFIE, WILLIAM GUELPH, B.A. 1845. 

Minister (i) of Lybster, (2) of Burray, (3) in Edinburgh without special 
charge. 

M'GAAN, JOHN, M.A. 1859. 

See M 'GAVIN. 

M'GACHEY, BENJAMIN, M.D. 1790. 

"Hibernus" [Grad. Alb.]. 

M'GARVIE, JOHN, M.A. 1813, D.D. 1840. 

Presbyterian Minister at (i) Portland Head, New South Wales, (2) 
Sydney there. 

MACGARVY, MATHEW, C.M. 1840. 

Borrisokane, Co. Tipperary; died nth May, 1874, aged 58. 

M'GAVIN, JOHN, M.D. 1844. 

"Scotland" [Grad. Alb.]. 

M'GAVIN, JOHN, M.A. 1859. 

Minister of Chapelton, Hamilton; died 3ist December, 1890; graduated 
as "M'Gaan." 



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M'GAVIN, MATTHEW, M.A. 1826. 

U.P. Minister at (i) Stonehouse, (2) Airdrie; demitted his charge, loth 
February, 1863, and proceeded to Queensland. 

M'GAW, ALEXANDER, M.A. 1882. 

(i) Mathematical Master in Rothesay Academy; (2) Head Master of Golspie 
Public School. 

M'GEAGH, GABRIEL, C.M. 1837. 

"Hibernus" [Grad. Alb.]. 

M'GEARY, THOMAS, M.A. 1783. 

"Hibernus" [Grad. Alb.]. 

M'GEE, HENRY, M.A, 1757. 

"Filius natu tertius Hugonis in Comitatu de Deny" [Matric. Alb. 1756]. 

M'GEE, MICHAEL, C.M. 1845, M.D. 1846. 

Kirkcubbin, Co. Down; Belfast; J.P. 

M'GEE, ROBERT, C.M. 1821. 

"Hibernus" [Grad. Alb.]. 

M'GEOCH, JAMES, M.A. 1876. 

Minister of High Kirk, Kilmarnock; died at Thornhill, nth August, 1895. 

M'GEOCH, THOMAS, M.B., C.M. 1886. 

Daljarrock, Ayrshire; Girvan. 

MACGEORGE, ANDREW, LL.D. 1891. 

Writer in Glasgow ; Antiquary and Historian; bom in Glasgow, i3th May, 
1810; died at Row, 4th September, 1891. 

M'GEOUGH, JOSHUA, M.A, 1767. 

"Filius natu maximus Gulielmi Mercatoris in urbe Armagh in Hibernia" 
[Matric. Alb. 1765]. 

M'GHEE, ROBERT, M.A, 1764. 

" Hib." [Grad. Alb.]. 

M'GHIE, JAMES, M.D. 1850. 

Medical Superintendent, Royal Infirmary, Glasgow; died i5th January, 
1862, aged 38. 

M'GHIE, ROBERT. M.B., CM. 1891, M.D. 1895. 

Rugeley, Staffs. ; Rutherglen ; Troedyrhiw, Glam. ; Coatbridge. 

M'GHIE, THOMAS, M.A. 1889. 

Teacher in (i) Rosevale Street School, Partick, (2) Bellahouston Academy, 
Ibrox, (3) Govanhill Public School, Glasgow. 

MACGIBBON, DUNCAN, M.D. 1844- 

"Scotus" [Grad. Alb.]. 

M'GIBBON, JOHN, M.D. 1866. 

Glasgow ; Balfron. 



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M'GILCHRIST, ARCHIBALD CURRIE, M.A. 1894. 

Student of Medicine in Edinburgh University. 

M'GILCHRIST, JOHN, M.A. 1891, B.D. 1894. 

Minister of (i) Glengarry, 1894-96, (2) Fodderty since 1896; Snell 
Exhibitioner, 1886; B.A. Oxon. 1892. 

MACGILL, ANDREW, M.D. 1858. 

Glasgow; London; Roydon, Essex; London; died i;th March, 1887. 

M'GILL, ANTHONY, M.A. 1821. 

"F. Gul. Sutoris Paisley" [Matric. Alb. 1812]. 

MACGILL, DAVID, M.A. 1812. 

" Filius natu quartus Gulielmi mercatoris in oppido de Port Glasgow '' [Matric. 
Alb. 1806]. 

MACGILL, HAMILTON MONTGOMERIE, D.D. 1870. 

U.P. Minister at (i) Duke Street, Glasgow, (2) Montrose Street there; 
afterwards (i) Home Mission Secretary, (2) Foreign Mission Secretary, to U.P. 
Church; born at Catrine, 1807; died in Paris, 3rd June, 1880. 

M'GILL, JAMES, CM. 1825. 

"Hibernus" [Grad. Alb.]. 

M'GILL, JAMES, M.A. 1884. 

(i) Teacher in Wishaw; (2) Principal Clerk to a Mercantile Firm at 
Shanghai. 

M'GILL, JOHN, LL.D. 1869. 

Professor of Hebrew and Oriental Languages in St. Mary's College, 
University of St. Andrews, 1868-71; died there, i6th March, 1871, aged 38. 

MACGILL, ROBERT, D.D. 1853. 

Presbyterian Minister, Montreal. 

MACGILL, STEVENSON, M.A. 1781. 

Minister of (i) Eastwood, 1791-97, (2) Tron, Glasgow, 1797-1814; 

Professor of Divinity in Glasgow University, 1814 to 1840; Dean of Faculties, 

1814 to 1815; born at Port-Glasgow, igth January, 1765; died i8th August, 

1840; D.D. Aberdeen, 1803. 

M'GILL, WILLIAM, M.A. 1753, D.D. 1785. 

Minister of Ayr, 1761-1807; the "Doctor Mac." of "The Kirk's Alarm"; 
died 3oth March, 1807, aged 76. 

MACGILL, WILLIAM, M.D. 1867. 

Glasgow. 

MACGILL, WILLIAM, M.A. 1888, B.D. 1889. 

Licentiate of the Church of Scotland; died at Glasgow, April, 1895, 
aged 31. 



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MACGILLIVRAY, DONALD, M.A. 1892, B.D. 1895. 

Minister of (i) Kinlochspelvie, 1895-97, (2) Kilbrandon and Kilchattan 
since 1897. 

M'GILLIVRAY, DUNCAN, M.A. 1885. 

Second Master in Albert Road Public School, Pollokshields, 1884-94; 
Head Master of Harmony Row Public School, Govan, 1894-96; Rector of 
Bellahouston Academy since 1896. 

M'GILLIVRAY, GEORGE, M.D. 1850. 

Dalmellington ; Oban; died 25th September, 1875, aged 49. 

MACGILP, ALEXANDER, M.A. 1882, B.D. 1886. 

Minister of Kilmodan and Southhall Free Church, Colintraive. 

MACGILP, JOHN DUGALD, M.A. 1892. 

F.C. Minister at Lockerbie. 

M'GILVRAY, DONALD, C.M. 1831. 

"Filius 2 ndas Malcolumbi Portitoris in com. de Argyle" [Matric. Alb. 1828]. 

MACGILVRAY, DUNCAN, M.B., CM. 1884. 

Glasgow. 

M'GLASHAN, JAMES, M.B., CM. 1892. 

Ship Surgeon ; Blairgowrie ; Rattray. 

M'GLASHAN, THOMAS, M.A. 1881. 

Teacher in (i) Hill's Trust School, Govan, 1881-89, ( 2 ) Aldgirnaig General 
Assembly School, Killiecrankie, since 1889. 

M-GONIGLE, WILLIAM ALEXANDER, M.A. 1875, B.D. 1883. 

Curate of Crook, 1876-78 ; Curate of Monkwearmouth, 1878-81 ; Vicar of St. 
Cuthbert's, Monkwearmouth, since 1881. 

MACGOUN, JOHN STEWART, M.D. 1838. 

"Scotia" [Grad. Alb.]. 

M'GOUN, ROBERT WILLIAM, M.A. 1831. 

Minister of Morningside, Edinburgh; died 1871. 

M'GOWAN, FRANCIS, M.A. 1814. 

" Filius Xatu Maximus Samuelis Agricolae in parochia de Derryloran in 
comitatu de Tyrone in Hibernia" [Matric. Alb. 1810]. 

M'GOWAN, JAMES. M.A. 1828. 

Minister of (i) Bonhill, 1840-46, (2) Laurencekirk, 1846-72 ; died 27th May, 
1872, aged 65. 

M'GOWAN, JOHN. M.A. 1814. 

Possibly the same person as John G. Magowan, Irish Presbyterian Minister at 
Orritor, 1825-67, who died igth September, 1867. 

M'GOWAN, JOSEPH, M.B., CM. 1896. 

Milton of Campsie. 



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M'GOWAN, SAMUEL, M.D., CM. 1832. 

Mountnorris, Co. Armagh. 

M'GRATH, THOMAS, M.D. 1839. 

"Hibernus" [Grad. Alb.]. 

M'GREGOR, ALEXANDER, B.A. 1860, M.A. 1861. 

Minister of Inverkeithing ; died circa 1874. 

M'GREGOR, ALEXANDER, M.A. 1896- 

Teacher in Kinning Park Public School, Glasgow. 

M'GREGOR, ANDREW NICHOLSON, M.B., CM. 1888, M.D. 1891. 

Glasgow; Paris; Glasgow. 

M'GREGOR, CHRISTOPHER STRANG, M.A. 1896. 

Co/ Planter, Vera Cruz, Mexico. 
.606]. 

M'GREGOR. ;ALD, M.B., CM. 1870. 

-.HAN; Auchterarder ; died 29th October, 1889. 

MACGREGOR, DONALD, M.A. 1878. 

M.B. Edin. 1884; M.D. 1886; Chester-le-Street, Durham ; Kettering, North- 
amptonshire ; Hawick ; Jedburgh. 

MACGREGOR, DUGALD, M.D. 1863. 

Scone; Bombay; died yth August, 1877. 

M'GREGOR, DUNCAN OTTO, M.B., CM. 1890. 

Glasgow; Inverness; Erith, Kent; Cardiff; London. 

MACGREGOR, EWEN MACDONELL, M.A. 1888. 

Minister of Glenapp. 

MACGREGOR, GEORGE, M.A. 1880. 

Teacher in Queen's Park Collegiate School, Glasgow. 

M'GREGOR, JAMES, D.D. 1822. 

Minister of the Presbyterian Church of Pictou, Nova Scotia. 

MACGREGOR, JOHN, M.D. 1856. 

Bunessan, Mull; Ullapool ; Liverpool; died i4th April, 1896, aged 62. 

M'GREGOR, JOHN, \ M.D. 1865. 

Glasgow. 

MACGREGOR, JOHN, M.B., CM. 1873, M.D. 1879. 

Tarbert, Harris; Lochaline; Surgeon-Lieut-Col., I. M.S., Bombay. 

M'GREGOR, JOHN, M.B., C.M. 1891, M.D. 1895. 

Paris; London; Ayr. 

MACGREGOR, JOHN FERGUSON, M.B., C.M. 1883. 

Paisley ; Rawtenstall, Lanes. ; Ruyton-Eleven-Towns, Salop ; Ditton, Lanes. ; 
South Wigston, Leicestershire ; Lochaline, Argyllshire. 

MACGREGOR, JOHN FRANCIS, M.B., C.M. 1883, M.D. 1889. 

Glasgow. 



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M'GREGOR, JOHN LUNAN, M.A. 1886. 

English Presbyterian Minister at Berwick. 

MACGREGOR, J. P., C.M. 1828. 

Oban. 

M'GREGOR, JOHN PETER, C.M. 1832. 

"Scotus" [Grad. Alb.]. 

MACGREGOR, JOHN RONALD, M.A. 1885, B.D. 1890. 

Minister of Milton Parish, Glasgow, since 1897. 

MACGREGOR, PATRICK FRASER, M.B., CM. 1889. 

Sanquhar; London. 

MACGREGOR, ROBERT, M.D. 1842. 

Glasgow (Lecturer on Chemistry in (i) Portland Street Medical School, 
1836-44, and (2) College Street, 1844-50); died 1855. 

M'GREGOR, ROBERT, M.A. 1866. 

F.C. Minister at Holytown. 

MACGREGOR, ROBERT, M.A. 1890. 

(a) Teacher in (i) Greenock, (2) Carman, Manitoba, U.S.A.; (b) Medical 
Practitioner at Saginaw, Michigan, U.S.A. ; M.D., C.M. Univ. of Manitoba, 1896. 

M'GREGOR, SIMON, B.A. 1857, M.A. 1858. 

Minister (i) at Pictou, Nova Scotia, (2) of St. Andrew's Church, Victoria, 
Vancouver Island, (3) of Fort Augustus, (4) of Ballachulish, (5) of Appin. 

M GREGOR, THOMAS WILLIAM, M.A. 1872. 

Minister of (i) English Presbyterian Church, Dudley, (2) Presbyterian Church, 
Carlton, Melbourne. 

M-GRIGOR, ALEXANDER, M.D. 1848. 

"Scotus" [Grad. Alb.]; "Surgeon of the yist Regiment" [Univ. Minute, 
26th April, 1848]. 

M'GRIGOR, ALEXANDER BENNETT, LL.D. 1877. 

Of Cairnoch, Writer in Glasgow; Dean of Faculties in University, 1876 to 
1879 ; Member of University Court (as Rector's Assessor), 1884 to 1887 ; died at 
Stirling, 22nd March, 1891, aged 63. 

M'GUSTY, THOMAS, M.D. 1834. 

Slane, Co. Meath ; Sandymount, Co. Dublin. 

MACHAR, JOHN, D.D. 1847. 

Acting Principal of Queen's College, Kingston, East Canada. 

M'HARD, ANTHONY, M.A. 1737. 

MACHARG, WILLIAM EDGAR, M.B., C.M. 1894. 

Glasgow. 

M'HENRY, GEORGE, M.D., CM. 1833. 

St. Helena; Liverpool. 



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M'HOUL, HUGH MILLER, M.B., CM. 1886. 

Glasgow. 

M'HUTCHEON, DAVID JAMIESON, M.D. 1859. 

Paisley; Penpont ; died 28th June, 1863. 

M'lLQUHAM, JOHN. See MEIKLEHAM, JOHN, M.A. 1823. 

M'lLQUHAM, WILLIAM, M.A. 1791. 

" Filius natu secundus Gulielmi Ludimagistri, natus in Parochia de Kilmaro- 
nock" [Matric. Alb. 1787]. 

M'lLQUHAM, WILLIAM. See MEIKLEHAM, WILLIAM, M.A. 1792, LL.D. 1799. 

M'lLRAITH, ALEXANDER HANNAY, M.A. 1885. 

Licentiate of the Church of Scotland. 

M'lLRAITH, CHARLES HUGH, M.A. 1887, M.B., CM. 1891, M.D. 1895. 

Erskine ; London. 

M'lLRAITH, JOHN ROBERT, M.A. 1881, LL.B. 1885. 

Barrister-at-Law, London. 

M'lLRATH, JOHN JAMISON, CM. 1841. 

"Hibernia" [Grad. Alb.]. 

M'lLROY, JAMES, M.B. 1867. 

Ballymoney, Co. Antrim; Ballycastle there; J.P. 

M'lLROY, SOLOMON, M.D. 1838. 

Garvagh, Co. Derry; died 6th August, 1867. 

M'lLVEAN, THOMAS DALE, M.A. 1886. 

Minister of Caerlaverock. 

M'lLWAIN, WILLIAM, B.A. 1836, M.A. 1837. 

Presbyterian Minister at Aughnacloy, County Tyrone, since 1843. 

MACILWAINE, JOHN ELDER, B.Sc. 1894. 

Naval Architect, Belfast 

M'lLWRAITH, SIR THOMAS, LL.D. 1880. 

Joined Engineering Staff of Victorian Government, Melbourne, 1854; entered 
service of Cornish & Bruce, Railway Contractors, 1860; commenced pastoral 
pursuits in Queensland, 1861; elected M.L.A.; Minister of Works, 1874; Premier, 
1879-83 (being at first Colonial Treasurer and afterwards Colonial Secretary); 
Premier, Ch. Sec., and Colonial Treasurer, 1888; Colonial Treasurer, 1890-93; 
Premier, Ch. Sec., and Secretary for Railways, 1893 ; Ch. Sec. and Secretary 
for Railways, 1893-95; Minister without portfolio since 1895; K.C.M.G. 1882; 
born at Ayr, 1835. 

MACINDOE, ALEXANDER, M.B., CM. 1880, M.D. 1885. 

Hunterson, Cheshire ; Tuacus, Venezuela ; Market-Drayton, Salop ; Chelford, 
Cheshire ; Market-Drayton ; Congleton ; Sidmouth. 



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M'INDOE, PETER, M.A, 1814. 

R.P. Minister at (i) Chimside, (2) Kilmarnock ; died at Craigends, near 
Troon, 2nd September, 1850, -aged 57. 

MACINDOE, WILLIAM, M.D. 1864, CM. 1874- 

Barrhead; Lockerbie; died i5th May, 1877. 

MACINDOE, WILLIAM LOWSON, M.A. 1879, LL.B. 1882. 

(i) Writer in Glasgow; (2) Writer in, and Town Clerk of; Kirkcaldy. 

M'INLAY, JAMES, M.A. 1780. 

"Scotus" [Grad. Alb.]. 

M'INNES, ALEXANDER, M.A. 1891. 

Licentiate of the Free Church. 

MACINNES, JOHN, M.A. 1881. 

U.P. Missionary to Rajputana. 

M'INNES, JOHN ALEXANDER, M.A. 1890. 

(i) Teacher in Hillhead Public School, Glasgow; (2) Teacher in High 
School, Dundee; (3) Head Master of Public School, Leven, Fife. 

M'INTOSH, ANGUS M'PHERSON, M.B., CM. 1896. 

Walsall, Staffs. 

M'INTOSH, DUNCAN, M.A. 1831. 

Minister of Kilfinan, 1841-58; afterwards Preacher in Glasgow and in the 
Gaelic Church, Saltcoats; died circa 1873. 

M'INTOSH, DUNCAN, M.B., CM. 1891. 

Glasgow. 

MACINTOSH, JAMES, M.A. 1869. 

Native of Forfar; Licentiate of the Church of Scotland, but never held a 
charge; died 28th November, 1888. 

MACINTOSH, JAMES ANGUS, M.B., CM. 1892. 

Crook, Durham; Ship Surgeon; died at Salen, Mull, i4th January, 1895, 
aged 27. 

MACINTOSH, JOSEPH, M.D. 1838. 

"Scotus" [Grad. Alb.]. 

MACINTYRE, ALEXANDER, M.B. 1880, M.D. 1890. 

Taynuilt, Argyleshire; Troon; Innellan. 

MACINTYRE, ARCHIBALD, M.D. 1822. 

Oban; died 24th February, 1862. 

MACINTYRE, ARCHIBALD, M.A. 1891. 

Licentiate of the Church of Scotland. 

MACINTYRE, COLL, CM. 1822. 

"F. n. 2 dus Joannis Agricolae Muckaime in Argathelia" [Matric. Alb, 1817]. 



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M'INTYRE, DUNCAN, M.A. 1819. 

"Scotus" [Grad. Alb.]; " F. n. max. Arch. Lud. Mag. L.C." [Matric. Alb. 
1813]. 

MACINTYRE, DUNCAN, M.A. 1883. 

Head Master of North Public School, Alexandria, Dumbartonshire. 

M'INTYRE, GEORGE, M.B., CM. 1886. 

Waterhouses, Durham ; Glasgow. 

M'INTYRE, HECTOR DUNCAN, M.A. 1891. 

Electrical Engineer (i) at the Woodside Electric Works, Glasgow, (2) at 

Woodfield Works, Harrow Road, London, W., (3) with Townsend & M'Intyre, 

15 Brook Street, London, W., (4) with C. A. Hemingway, 39 Victoria Street, 

Westminster, S.W. 

MACINTYRE, HUGH, M.B., C.M. 1890. 

Oban ; South Uist ; Coalburn, Lanarkshire ; London. 

M'INTYRE, JAMES, M.D. 1856. 

Inveraray; Grenada, West Indies; died there circa 1883. 

MACINTYRE, JAMES, B.Sc. 1886. 

Assayer, New Heriot Gold Mines, Johannesburg, Transvaal. 

M'INTYRE, JOHN, M.D. 1789. 

"Scotus" [Grad. Alb.]. 

M'INTYRE, JOHN, M.A. 1835. 

U.P. Minister at Greenloaning, Perthshire; died 22nd January, 1888. 

MACINTYRE, JOHN, M.D. 1837. 

"Scotus" [Grad. Alb.]. 

M'INTYRE, JOHN, M.B., C.M. 1865, M.D. 1868. 

Brazil; Rotherfield, Sussex; Natal, South Africa; Little Umhlanga there; 
Avoca there. 

MACINTYRE, JOHN, M.B., C.M. 1882. 

Glasgow (Lecturer on Diseases of Throat and Nose in Anderson's College). 

M'INTYRE, JOHN, LL.D. 1888. 

M.D. St. Andrews, 1839; Odiham, Hants.; Donor of Funds for Glasgow 
University Union Buildings. 

MACINTYRE, JOHN DOUGLAS, B.L. 1890. 

Writer, Glasgow. 

M'INTYRE, JOHN PETER, M.D., C.M. 1872. 

Callander ; Doune. 

M'INTYRE, JOSEPH MANSFIELD BELL, M.A. 1892. 

Licentiate of the U.P. Church. 

MACINTYRE, NEIL, M.B., C.M. 1891. 

Glasgow; died i2th February, 1895. 



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M'INTYRE, PETER, M.A. 1827. 

"Filius natu tertius Donaldi agricolaein Parochia de Kilchrennan in comitatu 
Argathelia" [Matric. Alb. 1826]. 

MACINTYRE, PETER, M.B., CM. 1869. 

Lochgilphead ; Glasgow; Timaru, New Zealand. 

M'INTYRE, WILLIAM, M.A, 1829. 

"Fil. n. max. Joannis clitoris Glasg." [Matric. Alb. 1826]. 

M-ISAAC, COLIN, M.A. 1868. 

Head Master of the Government Provincial School, Calicut, Madras 
Presidency, India, 1869-71; died i2th July, 1871; son of John M'Isaac, M.A. 
(q.v.). 

M'ISAAC. DAVID DUNDAS, B.A, 1860, M.A. 1862. 

(i) F.C. Minister at Kirkmichael, Perthshire, 1864-85 ; (2) Farmer at Brae 

of Monzie, near Crieff; died at 3 Abbotsford Place, Glasgow, i4th March, 1897. 

M'ISAAC, JAMES BUCHANAN, M.A, 1867. 

Probationer of the Church of Scotland, 1868-75 > Assistant Master, Non- 
conformist Grammar School, Bishop Stortford, Herts., 1875-82 ; Head Master 
of High School for Boys (Private School), Bury, Lanes., since 1883; son of 
John M'Isaac, M.A. (q.v.). 

M'lSAAC, JOHN, M.A. 1826. 

Town Missionary in Paisley and Greenock; thereafter (1835-45) Minister 
in Locheil, Glengarry, Canada West ; Minister of the Established Church, Oban, 
Argyllshire, during 1846; died January, 1847, aged 42. 

M'lVOR, JOHN, M.A. 1883, B.D. 1885. 

(i) Probationer of U.P. Church, 1887-93; ( 2 ) Minister of Presbyterian 
Church, Fairview, Prince Edward Island, Canada. 

M'JANNET, FERGUSON MONTGOMERIE, M.B., CM. 1877. 

Irvine (Ship Surgeon) ; Campsie ; Middlewich, Cheshire. 

M'JANNETT, JANE ROSS SCOTT, M.A. 1896. 

Student in Maria Gray Training College for Teachers, London. 

MACK, JOHN, M.A. 1884, B.D. 1895. 

Licentiate of the Church of Scotland. 

MACK, WILLIAM, M.D. 1859. 

Glasgow; Eaglesham ; Airdrie; J.P. 

MACK, WILLIAM GORDON, LL.B. 1830. 

Writer, Glasgow. 

MACKAIL, JOHN, M.A. 1837. 

Chaplain to the 42nd Royal Highland Regiment (the "Black Watch"), 
1843-46; F.C. Minister at Calcutta, 1846-52, when retired owing to bad health; 
born 4th September, 1810; died at Ayr, 2oth May, 1884. 



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M'KAIN, JOHN, C.M. 1832. 

Loughbricklaud, Co. Down; died 5th January, 1892, aged 82. 

M'KAY, ADAM M'COURLIE, M.D. 1841. 

"Scotus" [Grad. Alb.]. 

MACKAY, ALEXANDER, M.D. 1835. 

'' Canadensis " [Grad. Alb.]. 

MACKAY, ALEXANDER, M.B., C.M. 1870, M.D. 1874. 

Glasgow ; Sunderland ; Crook, Durham. 

MACKAY, ALEXANDER DAVIDSON, M.B., C.M. 1880. 

Waterhouses, Durham; Esh there; Chorley, Lanes. 

MACKAY, ALEXANDER NEIL DUNCAN, M.A. 1884. 

Reporter, Oban Telegraph, Oban, 1884-86; Reporter, Scotsman, Edinburgh, 
1886-95; Sub-Editor of Edinburgh Evening Dispatch since 1895. 

MACKAY, ANDREW, B.L. 1879. 

Writer, Glasgow. 

MACKAY, ARCHIBALD, M.B., C.M. 1877, M.D. 1881. 

Port-Appin; J.P. 

MACKAY, CHARLES, LL.D. 1846. 

Poet and Journalist ; sometime Assistant Sub-Editor of Morning Chronicle ; 
afterwards Editor of (i) Glasgow Argus, (2) Illustrated London News, (3) 
London Review, etc. ; Special Correspondent of the Times at New York during 
Civil War, 1862-65 ; Author of " Cheer, boys, Cheer !" "The good time coming," 
"Extraordinary Popular Delusions," etc., etc., etc.; born at Perth, 2;th March, 
1814; died at London, 24th December, 1889. 

M'KAY, CHARLES, M.B., C.M. 1896. 

Dumbarton. 

MACKAY, CHARLES GORDON, M.B., C.M. 1873. 

Lochcarron. 

MACKAY, DAVID, B.A. 1846, M.A. 1847. 

" Fil. nat. decimus Joannis agricolae quondam in com. de Sutherland " 
[Matric. Alb. 1843]. 

M'KAY, DUNCAN, M.A. 1874. 

Senior Assistant in Classical Department of Ayr Academy, 1877-79; Interim 
Rector of Wallace Hall Academy, Closeburn, 1879-80; Head Master of Modern 
Languages in Ayr Academy since 1880. 

MACKAY, EDWARD, M.B., C.M. 1895. 

Paisley. 

MACKAY, GEORGE, M.D. 1835. 

Inspector-General, R.N. ; Honorary Surgeon to the Queen ; Wellington, 
Somerset; died 26th April, 1879. 



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MACKAY, GEORGE, M.D. 1841. 

"Hibernus" [Grad. Alb.]. 

MACKAY, HERBERT JAMES HAY, M.A. 1877, LL.B. 1880. 

Barrister-at-Law, London. 

MACKAY, HUGH, M.B., CM. 1880, M.D. 1891. 

Glasgow ; Baillieston ; Tollcross ; Newton ; Cambuslang. 

MACKAY, JAMES, M.A. 1846. 

Minister of (i) Ardrossan New Church, 1851-54, (2) Inverkeithing, 1855-65, 
(3) Blackfriars, Glasgow, 1865-73; born I4th April, 1828; died 3151 January, 
1873- 

M'KAY, JAMES, M.B., CM. 1892. 

Dumbarton ; Longton, Staffs. ; Coatbridge. 

MACKAY, JAMES HUTTON, M.A. 1874. 

Junior Chaplain, Bombay Ecclesiastical Establishment, and Junior Chaplain, 
St Andrew's Church, Bombay, 1878; Chaplain of Poona, 1878; Chaplain of 
Karachi, 1886; Chaplain of Poona, 1886; promoted to rank of Senior Chaplain, 
1888; Chaplain of the Royal Scots Fusiliers, Punjab, 1889; Chaplain of Poona 
since 1890. 

MACKAY, JAMES LINDSAY, M.A. 1882, LL.B. 1885. 

Writer. Glasgow. 

MACKAY, JOHN, M.A. 1870. 

F.C. Minister at (i) Glenlyon, (2) Oban, (3) Cromarty; now F.C. Assembly 
Evangelist for the Highlands and Islands. 

MACKAY, JOHN, M.A. 1886. 

Teacher in Inverness; died at Barbaraville, Delny, Ross-shire, i5th March, 
1890, aged 33. 

M'KAY, JOHN DEWAR, M.A. 1896. 

Student of Law. 

MACKAY, JOHN MARTIN, B.L. 1886. 

Writer, Glasgow. 

MACKAY, JOHN YULE, M.B., CM. 1882, M.D. 1885. 

Assistant to Professor of Anatomy in Glasgow University, 1882-94; Professor 

of Anatomy in University College, Dundee, since 1894; Principal thereof since 

1897; Degree Examiner on Anatomy in Glasgow University, 1896-97; son of 

James Mackay, M.A. 1846 (q.v.). 

MACKAY, MACINTOSH, LL.D. 1829, 

An eminent Gaelic Scholar; Minister of (i) Laggan, (2) Dunoon, (3) Free 

Church there, (4) Melbourne Gaelic Church, (5) Sydney Gaelic Church, (6) Free 

Church, Tarbert, Harris; died i7th May, 1873, aged 73; friend of Sir Walter 

Scott and tutor of W. F. Skene, historian. 



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MACKAY, NEIL, MA. 1875, B.D. 1878. 

Minister of Ochiltree. 

MACKAY, PETER, M.A. 1852. 

(a) Mathematical Tutor in Free Church Normal Seminary, Glasgow; (b) 
Teacher in Valparaiso. 

MACKAY, RODERICK JOHN, M.B., CM. 1893. 

Stornoway; Elland, Yorks. 

M'KAY, THOMAS, M.A. 1781. 

Possibly the same person as Thomas M'Kay, Presbyterian Minister at Brigh, 

Co. Tyrone, from 1788 to 1821, and who died igth December, 1821, aged 66. 

M'KAY, WILLIAM, M.A. 1822. 

Possibly one of (a) William M'Kay, M.F.P. & S.G. 1828, who died 1831, (&) 
William Kennedy M'Kay, Irish Presbyterian Minister at Portglenone, 1826-76, who 
died 1 5th February, 1876. 

MACKAY, WILLIAM ALEXANDER, M.B., C.M. 1893. 

Glasgow. 

MACKAY, WILLIAM MACKINTOSH, M.A. 1885, B.D. 1889. 

F.C. Minister of (i) Troon, 1891-97, (2) South Church, Aberdeen, since 1897. 

M'KEACHIE, DAVID, CM. 1838. 

"Filius 4 tus Joannis, Agricolae, Com. de Wigton" [Matric. Alb. 1831]. 

M'KEAG, DANIEL, C.M. 1835, M.D. 1840. 

Coleraine, Co. Deny; died 1883. 

M'KEAN, ALEXANDER, M.B., C.M. 1885. 

Urr; London. 

M'KEAN, THOMAS, B.L. 1888. 

Law Clerk, Glasgow; died 28th June, 1889. 

M'KECHNIE, ALEXANDER, M.D. 1829. 

Southsea; Surgeon, R.N. ; Medical Officer, Haslar Hospital; Inspector- 
General of Hospitals and Fleets; died 1866. 

M'KECHNIE, ALEXANDER, M.B., C.M. 1875, M.D. 1890. 

Inverness; Bunessan, Mull. 

M'KECHNIE, ALEXANDER JOHN, M.B., C.M. 1892. 

Ship Surgeon ; Kajalohara P.O., Sylhet, India. 

MACKECHNIE, CHARLES ALEXANDER, M.B., C.M. 1885. 

Bolton; El Cajou, San Diego, California, U.S.A.; Sanbernardino there. 

M'KECHNIE, HENRY DONALD, M.A. 1893, LL.B. 1894. 

Writer, Glasgow. 

M'KECHNIE, JAMES, M.D. 1833. 

Jnveraray. 



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MACKECHNIE, JOHN MACLELLAN, B.L. 1880. 

Writer, Glasgow. 

M'KECHNIE, ROBERT AITKEN, M.B., CM. 1873. 

Glasgow; Rutherglen. 

M'KECHNIE, WILLIAM, M.D. 1835. 

Glasgow; Paisley; Greenock; Elderslie; died 2nd September, 1887. 

M'KECHNIE, WILLIAM SHARP, M.A. 1883, LL.B. 1887. 

Writer, Glasgow, and (since 1894) Lecturer on Constitutional Law and 
History in the University; son of William M'Kechnie, M.D. (q.v.). 

M'KEE, ALEXANDER, M.A. 1729. 

Irish Presbyterian Minister at (i) Drum, 1733-61, (2) Bailieborough, 4th to 
1 3th May, 1761, when he died. 

M'KEE, ALEXANDER, M.A. 1763. 

" Filius natu tertius Alexandri quondam Verbi Dei Ministri in comitatu de 
Monaghan Hibernia" [Matric. Alb. 1761]; vide Alexander M'Kee, M.A. 1729. 

M'KEE, HENRY SHEIL, B.A. 1837, M.A. 1839, LL.D. 1858. 

Minister of the Scots Church, Killucan, Ireland; afterwards Professor of 
Classics in Magee College, Deny. 

M'KEE, JOHN, CM. 1820. 

"Hibernus" [Grad. Alb.]. 

M'KEE, JOSEPH, M.A. 1818. 

Presbyterian Minister at Killead, Ireland, 182649; died 1856. 

M'KEE, WILLIAM, CM. 1822. 

"Hibernia" [Grad. Alb.]. 

M'KEEN, WILLIAM, M.A. 1789. 

" Filius maximus natu Thomae Agricolae in parochia de Ahoghill et in 
comitatu de Antrim in Hibernia" [Matric. Alb. 1784]. 

MACKEGGIE, DAVID, M.A. 1886, B.D 1890. 

Licentiate of the Free Church. 

MACKEITH, ALEXANDER ARTHUR, M.B., C.M. 1887. 

Ship Surgeon; St Thomas, Devonshire; Ilfracombe. 

MACKEITH, DONALD, M.D., C.M. 1835. 

Sandhurst, Kent. 

MACKEITH, JOHN, M.B., C.M. 1885. 

Glasgow ; Whickham-Market, Suffolk ; St. Thomas, Devon ; Exeter. 

MACKEITH, WILLIAM, C.M. 1838. 

Bucklyvie; Salehurst, Sussex; Hurst Green, Sussex; died 8th April, 1872. 

MACKEITH, WILLIAM DONALD, M.B. 1879. 

Creetown, Kirkcudbright; died there, 2nd April, 1892, aged 35. 



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MACKELLAR, CHARLES KINNAIRD, M.B., C.M. 1871. 

Practitioner in Sydney, N.S. Wales; M.L.C. 1885; Minister of Mines, 
1886-87 ; born in Sydney, December, 1844. 

M'KELLAR, EDWARD DUNCAN MONTGOMERIE, M.B., C.M. 1877, M.D. 1881. 

Bombay; Auckland, New Zealand. 

MACKELLAR, JOHN, M.D. 1868. 

Coatbridge ; Colinsburgh ; Tarbert, Argyieshire ; Lochmaddy ; Harris ; died 
28th December, 1877. 

MACKELLAR, JOHN ALEXANDER COULL, M.A. 1896. 

Student of Theology in Glasgow University. 

M'KELLAR, PETER HUGH MONTGOMERIE, M.A. 1866, M.B. 1866, C.M. 1871. 

Glasgow ; Abergavenny, Mon. ; London. 

M'KELLAR, WILLIAM ANDERSON, M.D. 1863, C.M. 1866. 

Glasgow; Gourock ; Sligo; Bonny River, W. Africa; Sligo; died 28th May, 
1886. 

M'KELVEY, WILLIAM, M.D. 1829. 

"Hibernus" [Grad. Alb.]. 

M'KELVIE, GEORGE, M.A. 1886. 

(i) Church of Scotland Chaplain, Bengal ; (2) Minister of Church of Scotland 
Congregation at Port Louis, Mauritius. 

M'KELVIE, ROBERT HARBOUR, M.D. 1858. 

Dairy, Ayrshire; Appin; Oban. 

M'KEN, THOMAS, M.D. 1836. 

"Scotus" [Grad. Alb.]. 

M'KENDRICK, JOHN, M.B., C.M. 1888. 

Kirkintilloch ; Penrith, Cumberland. 

M'KENDRICK, JOHN SOUTTAR, M.B., C.M. 1896. 

Glasgow; brother of William James M'Kendrick, B.Sc., M.B. (q.v.). 

M'KENDRICK, WILLIAM JAMES, B.Sc. 1891, M.B., C.M. 1891. 

Resident Surgeon in Western Infirmary, Glasgow; died at Prince Albert, 
South Africa, 23rd April, 1892, aged 23; son of John Gray M'Kendrick, M.D., 
Professor of Physiology in Glasgow University. 

M'KENNA, FERGUS, M.B., C.M. 1895. 

Ship Surgeon ; Girvan. 

M'KENNA, JOHN, M.B., C.M. 1893. 

Glasgow. 

MACKENNA, PETER FRASER, M.A. 1882. 

Solicitor in (i) Girvan, (2) Ayr; LL.B. Edin. 1888. 

M'KENNA, ROBERT, M.A. 1863. 

Minister of (i) R.P. Church, Port-Glasgow, (2) R.P. Church, Dumfries, 
(3) Martyrs' Free Church there, 



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MACKENNAL, ALEXANDER, D.D. 1887. 

Minister of Congregational Church at (i) Burton-on-Trent, 1858-61, (2) 
Surbiton, Surrey, 1861-70, (3) Gallowtree Gate, Leicester, 1870-77, (4) Bowdon, 
Cheshire, since 1877. 

M'KENZIE, ALEXANDER, LL.D. 1821 

Advocate in Demerara. 

MACKENZIE, ALEXANDER, M.A. 1862. 

English Master in Kilblain Academy, Greenock, 1858-64; Head Master 
of Larchfield School, Helensburgh, 1864-82, when retired to Edinburgh; B.A. 
Edin. 1858. 

MACKENZIE, ALEXANDER, M.A. 1892. 

Licentiate of the Free Church. 

M'KENZIE, ALEXANDER ROBERTSON, M.D. 1851. 

Fortrose. 

MACKENZIE, ALEXANDER RODERICK, M.A. 1888, LL.B. 1893. 

Writer, Paisley. 

M'KENZIE, ANDREW, C.M. 1832. 

"Americanus" [Grad. Alb.]. 

MACKENZIE, DANIEL, M.A. 1778. 

"Scotus" [Grad. Alb.]. 

M'KENZIE, DANIEL, M.B., C.M. 1883. 

Govan. 

M'KENZIE, DANIEL, M.B., C.M. 1891. 

Larkhall. 

MACKENZIE, DONALD, M.A. 1874. 

Teacher of (i) Mathematics and Arithmetic in Stellenbosch College, 

South Africa, (2) Mathematics and Modem Languages in Langside Academy, 

Glasgow; in ill-health and unemployed since 1894; resident (1896) at Tregon- 

hayne, Grampound Road, Cornwall. 

MACKENZIE, ERNEST, M.B., CM. 1884, M.D. 1887. 

Cheadle, Staffs. 

M'KENZIE, HUGH, M.D. 1823. 

"Scotus" [Grad. Alb.]. 

M'KENZIE, JAMES, M.A. 1749. 

"Filius quondam Danielis M'Kenzie in parochia de Kincardine in Com. 
de Perth" [Matric. Alb. 1746]. 

M'KENZIE, JAMES ALEXANDER, M.A. 1887. 

(i) Chief Assistant in Rutland Crescent Public School, Govan; (2) English 
Master in Hutchesons' Grammar School, Glasgow. 

MACKENZIE, JAMES BROWN, M.B., CM. 1879, M.D. 1882. 

Crook, Durham; Manchester. 

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M'KENZIE, JAMES FULLARTON, M.D. 1832. 

"Gibraltar" [Grad. Alb.]. 

MACKENZIE, JAMES ROBERTSON, M.A. 1835. 

"Scotus" [Grad. Alb.]. 

M'KENZIE, JOHN, D.D. 1800. 

Minister of Portpatrick, 1773 to 1836; died (Father of the Synod) 
2ist December, 1836, aged 93. 

M'KENZIE, JOHN, M.D. 1832. 

"Gibraltaria" [Grad. Alb.]. 

MACKENZIE, JOHN, M.D. 1862. 

Torosay, Mull ; Clackmannan ; Tighnabruaich ; J. P. ; died at 7 1 West 
Cumberland Street, Glasgow, the result of an accident, nth March, 1889. 

M'KENZIE, JOHN, M.B., C.M. 1880. 

Durham ; Manchester. 

MACKENZIE, JOHN BUCHANAN, M.A. 1890, B.D. 1893. 

Minister of Polmont since 1894. 

MACKENZIE, JOHN GORDON, M.D. 1801. 

"Britannus" [Grad. Alb.]. 

MACKENZIE, JOHN MORELL, M.A. 1832. 

Congregational Minister in (i) Poole, Dorsetshire, (2) Glasgow; lost in 

the Steamer "Pegasus," on passage from Scotland to England, 1843, aged 39. 

MACKENZIE, JOHN STEWART, M.A. 1882. 

(i) Assistant Lecturer on Logic and Philosophy, and Cobden Lecturer 

on Political Economy, Owens College, Manchester; (2) Professor of Logic 

and Philosophy in University College, Cardiff; Degree Examiner on Mental 

Philosophy in Glasgow University, 1885-88. 

M'KENZIE, KENNETH, M.A. 1886. 

Teacher, Shader School, Barras, Stornoway, since 1885. 

MACKENZIE, KENNETH CHILD, M.B., C.M. 1888, M.D. 1895. 

Cheadle, Staffs.; Tulla, Co. Clare; Caerphilly, Glam. 

MACKENZIE, MUNGO CAMPBELL, D.D. 1865. 

Minister of Lasswade for 42 years; born 1801 ; died 1875. 

MACKENZIE, ROBERT DUNCANSON, M.A. 1830. 

Of Caldarvan, Writer in Glasgow. 

M'KENZIE, ROBERT SHELTON, LL.D. 1834. 

Miscellaneous writer; (i) Schoolmaster in Fermoy, Co. Cork; (2) News- 
paper Editor at Hanley, Staffs. ; (3) Journalist in London ; (4) Editor of the 
Liverpool Journal '; (5) Litterateur in (a) New York, () Philadelphia; born at 
Drew's Court, Co. Limerick, 22nd June, 1809; died at Philadelphia, 3oth 
November, 1880. 



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M'KENZIE. THOMAS, M.A. 1830. 

"F. n. 4"" Jacobi artificis Lochmaben" [Matric. Alb. 1817]. 

MACKENZIE, THOMAS, M.A. 1882. 

M.B., CM. Edin. 1886; M.D. 1891; Edinburgh; Douglas, Isle of Man ; 
Edinburgh ; Innellan ; Curnnock ; Douglas, Isle of Man. 

MACKENZIE, WILLIAM, M.D. 1833. 

Professor of Anatomy and Surgery in Anderson's College, Glasgow ; Lecturer 

on the Eye and Waltonian Medical Lecturer in Glasgow University, 1828 to 

1868; Surgeon Oculist in Scotland in Ordinary to the Queen; born 29th April, 

1791 ; died 3oth July, 1868. 

MACKENZIE, WILLIAM JAMES, M.B., CM. 1879, M.D. 1889. 

Dunmow, Essex ; Wilton, Wilts. ; London. 

M-KEOGH, PATRICK, M.D. 1839. 

Abbeville, Roscommon. 

M'KEOWN, WILLIAM, M.D. 1813. 

" Filius natu 2 das Joan. Agricolae in Parochia de Killinchy in com. de 
Down" [Matric. Alb. 1810]. 

M'KERROW, CHARLES, M.B., CM. 1878. 

Workington. 

M'KERROW, GEORGE, M.B., CM. 1871. 

Patna, Ayrshire; Dalmellington ; Glasgow; Ayr. 

M'KERROW, JOHN, B.A. 1861. 

U.P. Minister at Penicuik. 

MACKESY, JOHN, M.D., C.M. 1836. 

Waterford; J.P. ; died 25th August, 1872. 

MACKEY, PETER, M.D. 1844. 

"Hibernus" [Grad. Alb.]. 

M'KIBBIN, THOMAS, CM. 1823. 

"Hibernus" [Grad Alb.]. 

MACKICHAN, DUGALD, M.A. 1869, B.D. 1874, D.D. 1884. 

Free Church Missionary, Bombay ; Vice-Chancellor of University of Bombay, 
1888-90. 

MACKIE, ANDREW, M.D. 1834. 

Glasgow; died 27th February, 1890, aged 78. 

M'KIE, ANDREW, M.A. 1857. 

Farmer, Blaiket, Crocketford, Dumfries. 

MACKIE, DAVID, M.A. 1836. 

Presbyterian Minister at Albany, Stewartstown, Ireland. 

MACKIE, DAVID, M.A. 1889. 

Minister of Townhead U.P. Church, Dumfries. 



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MACKIE, JAMES, M.A. 1883, B.D. 1886. 

U.P. Minister at Both well. 

MACKIE, JAMES, M.A. 1888. 

Teacher in (i) Easdale Public School, Argyllshire, (2) Wallace Hall Academy, 
Dumfriesshire, (3) Private Schools for Young Ladies, Glasgow, (4) Hillhead 
Public School, Glasgow, (5) Church Street Public School, Partick. 

MACKIE, JOHN, M.B., CM. 1885. 

Ship Surgeon ; Burnley, Lanes. ; Brisbane, Queensland ; Renton, Dumbarton- 
shire. 

M'KIE, JOHN, M.B., CM. 1890. 

Harthill, Whitburn; Glasgow. 

M'KIE, JOHN, M.B., CM. 1893. 

Glasgow; Ship Surgeon; Glenluce. 

MACKIE, WILLIAM, M.A. 1729. 

MACKILLOP, FREDERICK GORDON, M.A. 1887, LL.B. 1889. 

Writer in Glasgow; Examiner for Law Degrees in the University since 
1896. 

MACKILLOP, GARDINER HENDERSON, B.Sc. 1893. 

Civil Engineer in Glasgow. 

M'KIM, JOHN, M.D. 1841. 

Glasgow. 

M'KIM, ROBERT STEWART, M.A. 1893. 

Teacher in (i) East Kilbride Public School, 1893, (2) Rothesay Academy, 
1893-94, (3) Nicolson Public School, Stornoway, 1894-96, (4) Stirling High 
School since 1896. 

MACKIN, CHARLES, M.D. 1841. 

London ; Geelong, Victoria, Australia. 

M'KINDLAY, PATRICK, LL.D. 1850. 

Sometime Teacher in Laurieston Academy, Glasgow; thereafter (1844-66) 

one of the Classical Masters in the High School of Glasgow ; taught the 

Humanity Classes in the University during illness of Professor William Ramsay, 

1850-51 ; died ;th March, 1866, aged 55. 

M'KINLAY, DANIEL, M.D. 1830. 

Paisley; died iyth June, 1860. 

MACKINLAY, JAMES MURRAY, M.A. 1876. 

Engaged in Antiquarian Studies; residence, 4 Westbourne Gardens, Glasgow. 

M'KINLAY, JOHN, M.A. 1813. 

"F. n. Max. Joannis Agricolae Falkirk, Stirling" [Matric. Alb. 1804]. 

M'KINLAY, JOHN, C.M. 1823, M.D. 1833. 

Isleworth, Middlesex; sometime in H.E.I.C.S.; died 8th July, 1866, aged 62. 



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MACKINLAY, JOHN, M.D. 1834. 

Ban-head; Innellan ; died 1888. 

M'KINLAY, ROBERT, M.A. 1885. 

Congregational Minister at New Pitsligo. 

M'KINLAY, WALTER BOYD, M.D. 1852. 

Paisley. 

M'KINLAY, WILLIAM ANDREW, M.B., CM. 1886. 

Motherwell; Inverkip; Rothesay. 

M'KINNEY, SAMUEL, M.D. 1859. 

Castlefin, Co. Donegal; Austintown, America; Trumbull, Ohio. 

M'KINNON, CAMPBELL, M.D. 1829. 

Campbeltown. 

MACKINNON, CHARLES, M.A. 1880, M.B., CM. 1884. 

Campbeltown ; Lugar ; Cirencester. 

M'KINNON, DUNCAN, CM. 1841. 

Old Cumnock; died 1877. 

MACKINNON, DUNCAN, M.A. 1883. 

F.C. Minister at Wanlockhead since 1896. 

MACKINNON, DUNCAN ARCHIBALD, M.A. 1873. 

F.C. Minister at Marykirk. 

MACKINNON, JAMES, M.A. 1887. 

Minister of (i) Kilbride, (2) Strathfillan, (2) Kildalton. 

M'KINNON, JOHN, CM. 1826. 

"Scotus" [Grad. Alb.]. 

MACKINNON, JOHN, M.B., CM. 1887. 

Lugar; Drymen. 

MACKINNON, SIR WILLIAM ALEXANDER. LL.D. 1891. 

Director-General, Army Medical Department; L.R.C.S. Ed. 1851; F.R.C.S. 

Ed. 1873; K.C.B. ; Honorary Surgeon to the Queen; died at London, 28th 

October, 1897, aged 67; bequeathed ^2000 to the University of Glasgow 

to found Scholarships. 

MACKINNON, WILLIAM JONES, M.B., CM. 1895. 

Glasgow; Biggar. 

M'KINSTRY, WILLIAM HENRY, M.B., CM. 1887. 

Walsall, Staffs. ; Liverpool ; Walsall. 

MACKINTOSH, ALEXANDER, M.B., CM. 1874. 

London ; Ipswich, Queensland. 

MACKINTOSH, ALEXANDER JAMES, M.D. 1858, CM. 1860. 

Glasgow; Lochaline ; Downham, Norfolk. 



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MACKINTOSH, ANGUS, M.D. 1861. 

Glasgow ; Lochaline ; Pitlochry ; Kirton, Boston, Lines. ; Callington, Corn- 
wall; Chesterfield. 

MACKINTOSH, DANIEL, M.D., C.M. 1863. 

Littleport, Cambs. ; Downham, Norfolk ; Southsea ; London. 

MACKINTOSH, DONALD, M.D. 1841. 

Darlington; sometime Lecturer on Insanity in Newcastle Medical School; 

London ; Founder of Mackintosh Mental Science Bursary in Glasgow University. 

MACKINTOSH, DONALD JAMES, M.B., C.M. 1884. 

Glasgow: Medical Superintendent of (i) Victoria Infirmary, (2) Western 
Infirmary. 

MACKINTOSH, HUGH MALCOLM, M.B., C.M. 1883. 

Glasgow ; Queensbury, Yorks. ; died there from the effects of an accident, 
6th March, 1892, aged 33. 

MACKINTOSH, MALCOLM, M.B., C.M. 1880, M.D. 1893. 

Durham ; London. 

MACKINTOSH, MALCOLM ALEXANDER, M.B., C.M. 1887. 

Queensbury, Yorks; Halifax there; died i3th February, 1893, aged 29. 

MACKINTOSH, ROBERT, M.A. 1878. 

(B.D. Edin. 1882) ; Minister of Irving Street Congregational Church, Dumfries, 
1890-94; Professor of Apologetics and Christian Ethics in Lancashire Independent 
College since 1894. 

MACKINTOSH, ROBERT DUNBAR, M.B., C.M. 1888. 

London. 

M'KINVEN, DONALD, M.A. 1890. 

(i) Teacher in (a) Kelvinside Academy, Glasgow, 1889-90, (t>) West Coats 

Higher Grade School, Cambuslang, 1890-92, (c) Rothesay Public School, 1892-95, 

(<t) Rothesay Academy, 1895; (2) Head Master of Fettercairn Public School, 

Kincardineshire, since 1895. 

M'KIRDY, ROBERT, M.D. 1837. 

"Filius nat. III US Michael. Mercatoris Glasguensi" [Matric. Alb. 1831]. 

MACKIRDY, ROBERT LYLE, M.A. 1886. 

(M.B., C.M. Edinburgh, 1896); Rothesay. 

M'KITTRICK, JOHN, M.D. 1754 

"Filius Jacobi M'Kittrick civis Glasguensis" [Matric Alb. 1740]. 

MACKLIN, THOMAS THORNTON, M.B. 1876, M.D. 1895. 

Ship Surgeon; Macclesfield; Blantyre Mission, E. Africa; Luskerpore, 

E. Indies; Sutna, Central India; Ghaziabad, E. Indies; St. Mary's, Scilly 
Isles. 



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MACKNEIGHT, JAMES, M.A. 1742. 

Minister of (i) Maybole, (2) Jedburgh, (3) Lady Yester's, Edinburgh, and (4) 
Old St. Giles, Edinburgh; D.D. Edinburgh, 1759; born at Manse of Irvine, 
1 7th September, 1721 ; died i3th January, 1800. 

MACKNIGHT, ALEXANDER, D.D. 1877. 

Teacher of Hebrew at Halifax Free College, Nova Scotia, 1855-68; Pastor of 
St. James's Church, Dartmouth, N.S., 1857-68 ; Professor of Exegetics and Hebrew 
in Halifax Free College, 1868; Professor of Systematic Theology therein, 1871; 
Principal of the Presbyterian College of the Maritime Provinces at Halifax, 1878; 
born at Dalmellington, Ayrshire, circa 1823. 

M'KNIGHT, JOSEPH, B.A. 1859. 

Merchant in Calcutta, 1865-82 ; Merchant and Broker in London since 
1882. 

MACKY, JOHN, M.A. 1839. 

Irish Presbyterian Minister at Fahan, 1842-54, when appointed to New 
Zealand by Colonial Mission. 

M-LACHLAN, ALEXANDER, M.D. 1783. 

"Natus in Glasgua filius natu secundus Joannis Mercatoris in Glasgua" 
[Matric. Alb. 1774]. 

MACLACHLAN, ALEXANDER, M.B., CM. 1866. 

Glasgow; Newcastle-on-Tyne ; died 1882. 

MACLACHLAN. ANDREW, M.B., CM. 1875, M.D. 1881. 

London. 

M'LACHLAN, ANDREW, M.A. 1895. 

Licentiate of the U.P. Church. 

MACLACHLAN, ARCHIBALD, CM. 1829. 

Liverpool; "lost his diploma during shipwreck," and a special certificate 
granted [Univ. Minute, ist August, 1860]. 

MACLACHLAN, ARCHIBALD, M.B., CM. 1886. 

South Uist; J.P. ; Ladysmith, Natal; Bremersdorp, Swaziland. 

MACLACHLAN, CHARLES FELLOWES, M.D. 1855. 

Glasgow; Rothesay ; J.P. for County of Bute; died 28th February, 1871. 

MACLACHLAN, DANIEL, M.D. 1830. 

Ventnor; Deputy Inspector-General; for 23 years Physician and Principal 
Medical Officer, Royal Hospital, Chelsea. 

M'LACHLAN, DAVID STEVENSON, M.A. 1883. 

Minister of (i) E.U. Church, Coupar-Angus, (2) Free Church, Blackford. 

MACLACHLAN, DONALD, M.A. 1820. 

Minister of (i) Berriedale, (2) North Knapdale; died 28th May, 1846. 



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M'LACHLAN, DONALD, M.A. 1888. 

Teacher in (i) Hutchesons' Girls' Grammar School, Glasgow, (2) Port-Ellen 
Public School, Islay. 

MACLACHLAN, DUGALD, B.L. 1882. 

Writer, Glasgow. 

MACLACHLAN, HUGH DAVID CATHCART, M.A. 1888. 

(i) Law Clerk, Glasgow; (2) Stockman, Texas, U.S.A. 

MACLACHLAN, JAMES, M.D. 1863, C.M. 1865. 

Walsall, Staffs.; died i2th December, 1888. 

MACLACHLAN, JAMES, M.B., C.M. 1874. 

Glasgow ; Bridgend, Glam. ; Lockerbie. 

MACLACHLAN, JAMES, M.B., C.M. 1886. 

Dumbarton; Jamestown; Dornoch. 

M'LACHLAN, JAMES COUPER, M.A. 1885. 

(i) E.U. Minister at Montrose, (2) E.U. (Congregational) Minister at 
Lanark. 

MACLACHLAN, JOHN BUTT, B.L. 1880. 

Writer, Helensburgh. 

MACLACHLAN, JOHN THOMSON, M.B., C.M. 1888, M.D. 1896. 

Ship Surgeon; Dornoch. 

MACLACHLAN, LEWIS, M.B., C.M. 1895. 

Glasgow; Craighouse, Jura. 

MACLACHLAN, NEIL DUNCAN, M.A. 1875, B.D. 1878. 

F.C. Minister at Dalkeith. 

M'LACHLAN, ROBERT, M.A. 1794. 

" Filius natu secundus Joannis Beddelli in Academia Glasguensi " [Matric. 
Alb. 1788]. 

M'LACHLAN, ROBERT, M.A. 1815. 

Congregational Minister at Paisley, 1816-46, when retired on account of ill- 
heal th ; died at Helensburgh, 22nd April, 1866, aged 72. 

M'LACHLAN, ROBERT, M.B., C.M. 1876. 

Glasgow; Carnoustie; Dalmellington ; died i4th February, 1895, aged 43. 

MACLACHLAN, RONALD, M.D. 1822. 

"Scotus" [Grad. Alb.]. 

M'LACHLAN, SAMUEL FRENCH, M.B., C.M. 1873. 

Pemberton, Lanes. ; Manchester ; Lockerbie ; Longtown, Cumberland. 

MACLACHLAN, THOMAS, M.D. 1830. 

Rothesay; J.P. for Bute; died 27th June, 1871. 

MACLACHLAN, WILLIAM, M.B., C.M. 1868, M.D. 1872. 

Dairy, Ayrshire; Glasgow; Patna, Ayrshire; Ayr; J.P. ; died 251)1 June, 
1896, aged 51. 



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M'LACHLAN, WILLIAM ALLISON, M.B., CM. 1874, M.D. 1877. 

Dumbarton. 

MACLAGAN, SIR DOUGLAS, LL.D. 1891. 

Professor of Medical Jurisprudence in the University of Edinburgh, 1862-96, 
when resigned; M.D. Edin. 1833; born 1812. 

M'LAGAN, HENRY, M.D. 1784. 

"Scotus" [Grad. Alb.]. 

MACLAGAN, JOHN, M.D. 1786. 

"Practised as a Surgeon in Perthshire" [Univ. Minute, 2nd June, 1786]. 

M'LAGAN. ROBERT, M.D. 1768. 

MACLAINE, ARCHIBALD, M.A. 1746, D.D. 1767. 

Minister of the Scottish Church at the Hague, 1747 to 1796, when left owing 

to French Invasion; sometime Preceptor to the Prince of Orange; born at 

Monaghan, 1722; died at Bath, 25th November, 1804; brother of James Maclaine, 

the "gentleman highwayman." 

M'LAREN : ARCHIBALD, M.A. 1813. 

Possibly the same person as Archibald M'Laren, Teacher, Charlotte Lane, 
Glasgow, in 1816 [Cleland's Annals\ 

M'LAREN, ARCHIBALD, M.A. 1884. 

Assistant in Glasgow University to (i) Professor of Humanity, 1886-90, 
(2) Professor of Greek, 1890-91 ; died at Tighnabruaich, i6th January, 1891, 
aged 30. 

M'LAREN, COLIN, M.D. 1845. 

Crieff. 

M'LAREN, GEORGE, M.D. 1833. 

"Fil. nat. III Uas Jacobi, Mercatoris, in com. de Lanark" [Matric. Alb. 
1825]. 

M-LAREN, HUGH, M.B., CM. 1895. 

Uddingston. 

MACLAREN, JAMES ANDERSON, M.A. 1885. 

Advocate, Edinburgh. 

MACLAREN, JAMES PATERSON, M.A. 1885, M.B., CM. 1890, B.Sc. 1891. 

Ship Surgeon ; Cambuslang ; Musselburgh ; London ; Claygate, Surrey. 

M'LAREN, JAMES WISHART, M.A. 1879. 

(a) Minister of East Free Church, Arbroath, 1883-85; (b) Teacher in a 
Public School near Palmerston, New Zealand. 

M'LAREN, JOHN, M.D. 1871. 

Glasgow. 



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M'LAREN, JOHN, LL.D. 1883. 

Advocate and Q.C. ; Sheriff of Chancery in Scotland, 1869-80 ; Lord Advocate, 

1880-81 ; M.P. for (i) Wigtown Burghs, (2) Edinburgh City; one of the Judges 

of the Court of Session, under judicial title of Lord M'Laren, since 1881 ; born 

1 7th April, 1831. 

MACLAREN, JOHN FINLAY, B.Sc. 1888. 

Ironfounder, Glasgow. 

M'LAREN, JOHN PATERSON, M.B., CM. 1888. 

Colne, Lanes. ; Newport, Mon. 

M'LAREN, ROBERT, M.A. 1834. 

"Fil. n. max. Roberti Agricolae in Com. Perthensi" [Matric. Alb. 1827]. 

MACLARTY, DUNCAN, M.D. 1860. 

Dairy, Ayrshire ; North Sydney, Nova Scotia ; London ; died there, gth 
October, 1894, aged 57. 

M'LATCHIE, GEORGE, M.A. 1774, D.D. 1808. 

Of Humbie; Minister of Mearns, 1788 to 1833; born in Glasgow, 5th April, 
1757; died i3th August, 1833; acted as Tutor to "Christopher North," who 
resided with him for some years. 

MACLATCHY, ALEXANDER COOPER, M.A. 1832. 

Presbyterian Minister at Enniskillen, 1837-82 ; died ist March, 1882. 

MACLATCHY. JOHN, M.D. 1848. 

Glasgow; Hurlford; died 2ist February, 1873, aged 53. 

M'LAUCHLAN, DAVID, B.A. 1843, M.A. 1844. 

"Filius natu minimus Jacobi Sutoris in Com. de Forfar" [Matric. Alb. 1840]. 

MACLAUCHLAN, FRANCIS JOSEPH, M.A. 1894. 

Licentiate of the Free Church. 

M'LAUCHLAN, GEORGE, M.B., C.M. 1892. 

Glasgow. 

MACLAUCHLAN, JAMES MORTON, M.B., C.M. 1893. 

Glasgow; Chester-le-Street, Co. Durham. 

M'LAUCHLAN, JOHN, M.B., C.M. 1867. 

Glasgow ; Waipeoria, N.Z. ; Tapanui there. 

M'LAUGHLIN, JACKSON, M.D. 1842, C.M. 1845. 

Newtownlimavady, Co. Deny. 

M'LAUGHLIN, JOHN, M.A. 1817. 

Irish Presbyterian Minister at Drumachose, 1824-31 ; died suddenly 3rd 
November, 1831. 

M'LAURIN, WILLIAM, M.B., C.M. 1867. 

Glasgow; Paisley; Greenock; London. 

MACLAURIN, WILLIAM COWPER, M.A. 1823. 

"F. n. max. Lachl. Armigeri Glasguensis, nat. in Anglia" [Matric. Alb. 1819]. 



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M'LAWS, MOSES, M.A. 1771. 

" Filius natu septimus quondam Gulielmi in Parochia Kippen " [Matric. Alb. 

1765]- 

M'LAY, ALEXANDER, B.Sc. 1878. 

(i) Draughtsman at Airdrie Engine Works ; (2) on Civil Engineering Staff 
of G. & S. W. Railway; (3) Instructor in Drawing in Glasgow Mechanics' Institution; 
(4) Professor of Mechanical Engineering in Glasgow and West of Scotland Techni- 
cal College ; (5) Professor of Machine Design therein. 

MACLAY, JAMES, M.A, 1881, LL.B. 1886. 

Writer, Glasgow. 

M'LAY, JOHN, M.A. 1872, B.D. 1875. 

U.P. Minister at Belfast. 

M'LAY, JOHN FINLAYSON, M.D. 1865. 

Glasgow; died 1867. 

MACLAY, MOSES NEIL, M.B., CM. 1895. 

Ship Surgeon. 

M'LAY, ROBERT, M.B., C.M. 1889, M.D. 1895. 

Tarbolton ; Dumbarton ; Brampton, Cumberland ; Horncastle, Lines. 

M'LAY, ROBERT ALEXANDER, M.B., CM. 1889. 

Glasgow ; Cramlington, Northumberland ; Glasgow ; died at Inverkip, 5th 
July, 1895, aged 31. 

M'LAY, WALTER, M.A. 1832. 

U.P. Minister, Strathaven; demitted his charge, 28th December, 1869; died 
some years previous to 1894. 

M'LEA, ARCHIBALD, M.A. 1756, D.D. 1801. 

Minister of (i) Kilarrow and Kilchoman, (2) Rothesay; died i2th April, 
1824, aged 87. 

M'LEA, DUNCAN, M.A. 1762. 

Minister of InverchaolaiL , died i7th March, 1785. 

M'LEA, JOHN, M.A. 1743- 

Minister of Lochgoilhead ; died 22nd December, 1788, aged 66. 

MACLEAN, ALEXANDER, D.D. 1842. 

Minister of St. Andrews, New Brunswick; degree conferred "at the 
request of the Elders and Trustees of the Church of St. Andrews, New Bruns- 
wick" [Univ. Minute, April, 1842]. 

M'LEAN, ALEXANDER HENDERSON, M.B., CM. 1886. 

Glasgow; Stonehouse. 

MACLEAN, ANDREW, M.A, 1819. 

Presbyterian Minister at Ramsbottom, Lanes., 1830-69; born at Glasgow, 
ist January, 1799; died at Ramsbottom, 22nd October, 1869. 



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M'LEAN, ANDREW, M.A. 1887. 

(i) English Assistant in Ayr Academy ; (2) Classical and Mathematical 
Assistant in Kilblain Academy, Greenock. 

M'LEAN, ANGUS, B.Sc. 1887. 

Demonstrator in Physics in Glasgow and West of Scotland Technical College. 

M'LEAN, ARCHIBALD, M.B., CM. 1883, M.D. 1886. 

Glasgow ; Largs ; Langley Moor, Durham ; Peebles ; Kilmarnock. 

M'LEAN, DANIEL, M.D. 1864. 

Glasgow; died there, Qth July, 1889. 

M'LEAN, DANIEL, M.A. 1873, B.D. 1874. 

U.P. Minister at Alba. 

MACLEAN, DONALD, M.B., CM. 1887. 

Langley Moor, Durham ; Bearpark there ; Durham. 

MACLEAN, DONALD, M.B., C.M. 1894. 

Irvine ; Colmonell. 

MACLEAN, GEORGE TODD, M.A. 1895. 

Student of Medicine. 

M'LEAN, HECTOR, M.A. 1880, B.D. 1883. 

F.C. Minister at Gorebridge. 

MACLEAN, JAMES, M.A. 1820. 

" F. n. max. Arch. Ludim. Houston" [Matric. Alb. 1814]. 

MACLEAN, JAMES, M.A. 1820. 

"F. n. max. V.R di Jac. V.D.M. Gorbals" [Matric. Alb. 1815]. 

M'LEAN, JAMES, M.A. 1889. 

Teacher, Paisley; died at Millport, 3ist May, 1895, a g d 28 - 

MACLEAN, JAMES ANDREW, M.A. 1896. 

Teacher in (i) Hutton Hall Academy, Dumfries, (2) Hillhead Public 
School, Glasgow. 

MACLEAN, JAMES HAIR, M.A. 1890, B.D. 1894. 

F.C. Missionary to Madras, India. 

MACLEAN, JAMES NEWLANDS, M.B., C.M. 1885. 

Glasgow; Ship Surgeon; Wrexham; Cowes, Isle of Wight; Dumbarton; 
London. 

M'LEAN, JOHN, M.A. 1823. 

"Scotus" [Grad. Alb.]. 

M'LEAN, JOHN, M.A. 1825. 

"Ex Nova Scotia" [Grad. Alb.]. 

MACLEAN, JOHN, M.D. 1838. 

London; died 28th April, 1885, aged 68. 



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MACLEAN, JOHN, B.A. 1861, M.A, 1862, B.D. 1866, D.D. 1887. 

Minister of (i) Kilchoman, Islay, (2) Tarbert, Lochfyne, (3) St. Columba, 
Glasgow; Examiner on Hebrew, etc., in the University for (a) M.A. Degree 
since 1895, () B.D. since 1896. 

MACLEAN, JOHN, M.A. 1884. 

Licentiate of the Church of Scotland. 

M'LEAN, JOSHUA BUCHANAN, M.B., CM. 1889. 

Pegswood, Northumberland; Cramlington there; Lochwinnoch; Blantyre; 
Worcester. 

M'LEAN, LACHLAN, M.D. 1801. 

"Filius Natu Quartus Donaldi Agricolae in parochia de Inverchaulan in 
comitatu Argatheliae" [Matric. Alb. 1792]. 

MACLEAN, MADGE SPEIRS, M.B., CM. 1896. 

Langbank. 

MACLEAN, MAGNUS, M.A, 1886, D.Sc. 1895. 

Lecturer on Physics in Glasgow University since 1894, and Assistant to 
Professor of Natural Philosophy (Lord Kelvin) since 1885 ; F.R.S.E. 

M'LEAN, MALCOLM, M.B., CM. 1870, M.D. 1874. 

Bracadale, Skye; Carbost, Skye; Stewarton ; died there, i4th April, 1892, 
aged 48. 

M'LEAN, MALCOLM, M.A. 1871, B.D. 1873. 

Minister of Brodick. 

M'LEAN, PETER, M.B., CM. 1882, M.D. 1885. 

Glasgow; Dervaig, Mull. 

MACLEAN, ROBERT, M.A. 1855. 

Advocate, Edinburgh. 

M'LEAN, ROBERT, M.A. 1872. 

Minister of (i) U.P. Church, Millport, (2) U.P. Church, Kilcreggan, 
(3) English Presbyterian Church, Liverpool. 

M'LEAN, ROBERT, M.A. 1893. 

Teacher in (i) Auchenarow Public School, Berwickshire, (2) Lenzie 

Academy, (3) Devon Bank School, Pollokshields, (4) Belgravia College, Glasgow, 

(5) St. Mungo's Academy, Glasgow, (6) Queen's Park Collegiate School, 

Glasgow. 

MACLEAN, RODERICK, M.D. 1846. 

South Uist; died i4th June, 1861. 

M'LEAN, WILLIAM, CM. 1838. 

"Scotus" [Grad. Alb.]. 



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MACLEAN, WILLIAM CAMPBELL, LL.D. 1888. 

(M.D. Edin. 1833); entered Medical Service, Madras Array, and became 
Surgeon-General, Army Medical Department; served in China War, 1840; 
Member of Senate of Madras University, 1838-61 ; sometime Superintendent 
of Hyderabad School of Medicine ; Professor of Military Medicine, Army Medical 
School, Netley, 1861-85; C.B. (Civil), 1871; Honorary Surgeon to the Queen, 
1895; born 1812. 

M'LEAN, WILLIAM CHARLES, M.A. 1886. 

Merchant in Toronto, Canada. 

M'LEAN, WILLIAM FINLAYSON, M.B., CM. 1871. 

Glasgow ; Northcote, Victoria, Australia ; Sandhurst there ; died 4th 
December, 1882. 

M'LEANE, JAMES, M.A. 173?. 

"Filius Domini Johannis M'Leane verbi dei Ministri apud Rasharkan" 

[Matric. Alb. 1730]; fined and rebuked for "having committed abuses on the 

street" and "broke down the lamp that stands over against Dr. Brisbane's 

house" [Univ. Minutes, 27th February and 2nd March, 1731]. 

MACLEHOSE, JAMES JOHN, M.A. 1878. 

Bookseller, Printer, and Publisher, Glasgow; partner of the firms of 
(a) James MacLehose & Sons, Booksellers and Publishers to the University, 
and (l>) Robert MacLehose & Co., Printers thereto. 

MACLEHOSE, NORMAN MACMILLAN, M.B., CM. 1882. 

Glasgow ; Shoreham, Kent ; Sevenoaks there ; London ; Assistant Surgeon 

and Pathologist, Central London Ophthalmic Hospital, from 1894; D.P.H. 

Camb. 1884; brother of James John MacLehose, M.A. (q.v.) and Robert 

MacLehose, M.A. (q.v.). 

MACLEHOSE, ROBERT, M.A. 1876. 

Bookseller, Printer, and Publisher, Glasgow; partner of the firms of 
(a) James MacLehose & Sons, Booksellers and Publishers to the University, 
and (b} Robert MacLehose & Co., Printers thereto. 

M'LEISH, PETER, D.D. 1872. 

Minister of Free Church, Dunlop ; died 2nd February, 1888. 

M'LELLAN, ARCHIBALD NEVILLE, M.B., CM. 1894. 

Glasgow. 

M'LELLAN, BASIL SYMPSON, M.A. 1876. 

Assistant in Mathematical Department of Glasgow Academy, 1876-78; 
Mathematical Master in Robert Gordon's College, Aberdeen, since 1878. 

MACLELLAN, DUNCAN, B.Sc. 1891. 

Chemist in (i) Glasgow, (2) Chili, So. America. 

M'LELLAN, GEORGE DUNCAN, M.A. 1880, LL.B. 1885. 

(i) Writer in Glasgow, and (1887-88) Secretary to the University Court; 
(2) engaged in mercantile business at Philadelphia, U.S.A. ; (3) Writer in 
Edinburgh ; (4) Writer in Glasgow. 



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M'LELLAND, ALEXANDER, M.B. 1871. 

Dailly, Ayrshire; Greenock; Bonhill; Alexandria, N.B. 

MACLENNAN, ALEXANDER, M.B., CM. 1894. 

(Brunton Prizeman) ; Glasgow. 

MACLENNAN, KENNETH FAIRBAIRN, M.B. 1867, M.D. 1877. 

Glasgow; New York. 

M'LENNAN, QUINTIN, M.B., CM. 1880. 

Glasgow ; Coylton ; Penpont ; Glasgow. 

MACLENNAN, SIMON GEORGE, M.A. 1882. 

F.C. Minister at (i) Stonehaven, (2) Sherbrooke, Pollokshields. 

MACLENNAN, WILLIAM, M.B., CM. 1887. 

(Brunton Prizeman) ; Glasgow : Assistant to Professor of Materia Medica in 

the University, 1888-97; sometime Public Vaccinator in the Western Infirmary. 

MACLEOD, ALEXANDER, D.D. 1865. 

U.P. Minister at (i) Strathaven, 1844-55, (2) John Street, Glasgow, 1855-64, 
(3) Trinity Church, Birkenhead, 1864-91; born at Nairn, iyth October, 1817; 
died 1 3th January, 1891. 

MACLEOD, ALEXANDER, M.A. 1868. 

Born in Ross-shire, 1837 ; son of Roderick Ross, Farmer. 

MACLEOD, ALEXANDER, M.A. 1895. 

Student of Theology in F.C. College. 

M'LEOD, ALEXANDER LEWIS, M.A. 1887, M.B., CM. 1891. 

Glasgow ; Macclesfield ; Leicester. 

MACLEOD, DAVID THOMAS, M.B., CM. 1886. 

Glasgow; Nairne, S. Australia; Woodside there; London. 

MACLEOD, DONALD, M.A. 1828. 

"Filius 3 rius Joannis, Armigeri, de America" [Matric. Alb. 1824]. 

MACLEOD, DONALD, M.D. 1850. 

Kilmarnock. 

MACLEOD, DONALD, B.A. 1851, D.D. 1876. 

Minister of (i) Lauder, (2) Linlithgow, (3) Park, Glasgow; Editor of 
Good Words \ one of H.M. Chaplains; brother of Norman Macleod, D.D. 
1858 (q.v.). 

MACLEOD, DONALD, M.A. 1872. 

Free Church Missionary at Burnshill, in Kafrraria, South Africa; died there, 
2ist August, 1878, aged 38. 

MACLEOD, DONALD, M.B., C.M. 1880, M.D. 1885. 

Broughton-in-Furness, Lanes. ; Ramsbottom there ; Glasgow. 

MACLEOD, GEORGE, M.D. 1848. 

Glasgow. 



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MACLEOD, SIR GEORGE HUSBAND BAIRD, M.D. 1853. 

Surgeon, Civil Hospital, Smyrna, and General Hospital in Camp before 
Sebastopol ; Professor of Surgery in Anderson's College ; Professor of Surgery in 
Glasgow University, 1869 to 1892; Surgeon-in-Ordinary to the Queen in Scotland; 
LL.D. St. Andrews, 1892; born 2ist September, 1828; died 315! August, 1892; 
brother of Norman Macleod, D.D. 1858 (q.v.). 

MACLEOD, GEORGE SOMERVILLE, M.A. 1886. 

F.C. Minister at Carradale. 

MACLEOD, HERBERT ADOLPHUS, M.B., C.M. 1882. 

Allahabad, India; Unai, Oudh, there. 

MACLEOD, JAMES, M.D. 1829. 

"F. n. 2 dus Joannis Mercat. Washington (Amer.) " [Matric. Alb. 1819]. 

MACLEOD, JAMES M'EWAN, M.A. 1880. 

Writer, Glasgow. 

MACLEOD, JOHN, D.D. 1845. 

Minister of Morven, 1824-82; died 3oth May, 1882, aged 82. 

MACLEOD, JOHN, B.A. 1858, D.D. 1883. 

Minister of (r) Newton-upon-Ayr, (2) Dunse, (3) Govan; son of John 
Macleod, D.D. 1845 (q.v.). 

MACLEOD, JOHN, M.A. 1890. 

Assistant Master in Thomson Street Public School, Glasgow, 1887-90; 
Classical Master in Ullapool Public School, Ross-shire, 1891-94; Head Master 
of Lairg Public School, Sutherlandshire, since 1894. 

MACLEOD, JOHN NORMAN, M.A. 1886, M.B., C.M. 1890. 

Dundee; Surgeon-Lieut., I. M.S., Bengal; son of John Macleod, D.D. 1883 
(q.v.). 

MACLEOD, NINIAN FERRIE, M.D., C.M. 1864. 

Paisley; died 1883. 

MACLEOD, NORMAN, D.D. 1858. 

Minister of (i) Loudoun, (2) Dalkeith, (3) Barony, Glasgow; Editor of 
Good Words; one of H.M. Chaplains and Dean of the Chapel Royal; born 
at Campbeltown, 3rd June, 1812; died at Glasgow, i6th June, 1872. 

MACLEOD, NORMAN, D.D. 1883. 

Minister of (i) St. Columba, Glasgow, (2) Blair Athole, (3) St. Stephen's, 
Edinburgh, (4) Inverness; son of John Macleod, D.D. 1845 (<l- v -)- 

M'LEOD, PATRICK, M.D. 1864. 

Grenada, West Indies. 

MACLEOD, ROBERT LOCKHART ROSS, M.B., C.M. 1884. 

Surgeon-Captain, Army. 



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MACLEOD, RODERICK, D.D. 1800. 

One of the Regents of King's College, Aberdeen, 1749-64; Sub-Principal 
thereof, 1764-1800; Principal thereof, 1800-15; died nth September, 1815; 
degree conferred " at the request of the University of Aberdeen " [Glasg. Univ. 
Minute, loth April, 1800]. 

MACLEOD, RODERICK ALEXANDER, M.B., CM. 1887. 

Invercargill, N.Z. 

MACLEOD, WILLIAM HOULDSWORTH, B.D. 1888. 

Minister of Buchanan; son of Sir G. H. B. Macleod (q.v.); B.A. Cantab. 1885. 

MACLEOD, WILLIAM, M.B., CM. 1895. 

Glasgow. 

MACLEROY, CAMPBELL MACQUEEN, M.A. 1894. 

Licentiate of the U.P. Church. 

M-LETCHIE, JAMES, D.D. 1857. 

Minister of (i) Larkhall, (2) Gartsherrie, (3) St Thomas', Leith, (4) 

Blackfriars, Glasgow, and (5) High Church, Edinburgh; died i8th September, 
1866, aged 64. 

M'LETCHIE, THOMAS, M.D. 1828. 

West Calder; died April, 1882. 

M'LOUGHLIN, WILLIAM, M.D. 183.5. 

Londonderry; died 3rd January, 1861. 

MACLURE, HUGH HANNA CAMPBELL. See M'CLURE. 

M'LURE, ROBERT, LL.D. 1837. 

Sometime Private Tutor in Edinburgh ; thereafter Superintendent of a 

Classical Academy in London; afterwards Professor of Humanity in (i) 

Marischal College, Aberdeen, 1852-60, and (2) University of Aberdeen, 1860-68; 

died 3rd September, 1868, aged 60; native of Dailly, Ayrshire. 

M'MAHON, GEORGE, B.A. 1846, M.A. 1848. 

"Filius natu secundus Jacobi agricolae in parochia de Clare et comitatu 
de Armagh " [Matric. Alb. 1843]. 

MACMAHON, STEPHEN, M.D. 1848. 

Limerick; died 1868. 

MACMAHON, WILLIAM JOHN, B.A. 1846. 

"Filius natu maximus Roberti V.D. apud Mossvale in Comitatu de Armagh" 
[Matric. Alb. 1842]. 

M'MARTIN, ARCHIBALD, M.A. 1860. 

U.P. Minister at Nigg, Ross-shire. 

M'MATH, JOHN, M.A. 1772. 

Minister of Tarbolton, 1782-91, when demitted; addressee of one of 
Burns' Poetical Epistles; died in Mull, xoth December, 1825. 

2 c 



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M'MECHAN, ARTHUR, M.A. 1777. 

"Filius natu secundus Alexandri Agricolae in Comitatu de Downe, Hibernia" 
[Matric. Alb. 1773]. 

M'MEIKAN, DAVID KIRKPATRICK, M.A. 1840. 

F.C. Minister at Cumbernauld, 1844-83; died at Campsie, near Deny, 
5th May, 1890, aged 71. 

M'MICHAEL, NEIL, M.A. 1831. 

Secession and U.P. Minister at Dunfermline, and Professor in Secession 
and U.P. Colleges; died at Dunfermline, 3rd April, 1874, aged 66. 

M'MICHAEL, NEIL DAVID, B.L. 1888. 

Writer, Kilmarnock. 

M'MICHAN, JOHN LITTLE, C.M. 1839. 

Bradford ; Wamphray. 

M'MILLAN, ALEXANDER LEWIS, M.B., C.M. 1887. 

Glasgow ; Newton-on-Ayr ; Glasgow. 

MACMILLAN, ANGUS, M.B. 1868, M.D. 1870. 

Dailly, Ayrshire; died 26th May, 1871, aged 28. 

MACMILLAN, CAMPBELL, B.Sc. 1895. 

Engineer in Glasgow. 

MACMILLAN, DONALD, M.A. 1880. 

Minister of (i) Wanlockhead, (2) Auchtertool, (3) Kelvinhaugh, Glasgow. 

M'MILLAN, DUNCAN, M.B., C.M. 1878. 

Tarbert, Argyleshire. 

M'MILLAN, GEORGE ARTHUR, M.A. 1893. 

(i) Teacher in Ayr; (2) Teacher in Maybole; (3) Schoolmaster of Fisherton, 
Ayr. 

MACMILLAN, HUGH PATTISON, LL.B. 1896. 

Advocate, Edinburgh; M.A. Edin. 1893. 

M'MILLAN, JAMES, C.M. 1826. 

"Filius natu Maximus Joannis Agricolae in parochia de Athaloe in 
comitatu de Tyrone in Hyb." [Matric. Alb. 1813]. 

M'MILLAN, JAMES, M.D. 1855. 

Wigtown ; died five or six years after graduation. 

M'MILLAN, JAMES, M.A. 1883. 

F.C. Minister at Kenmore. 

M'MILLAN, JAMES, M.A. 1884. 

Sometime Assistant to Professor ot Humanity in Glasgow University ; born 
at Dumfries, 28th October, 1859; died at West Kilbride, 2ist June, 1893. 

MACMILLAN, JAMES, M.A. 1886. 

U.P. Minister at (i) Nairn, (2) Lansdowne, Glasgow. 



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403 



MACMILLAN, JAMES, M.A. 1886. 

Mathematical Master in the High School of Glasgow. 

MACMILLAN, JOHN, CM. 1826, M.D. 1860. 

Hull ; previously Assistant-Surgeon in Canadian Army. 

MACMILLAN, JOHN, M.B., C.M. 1882. 

Lockerbie ; Tighnabruaich. 

MACMILLAN, JOHN IRVINE, M.A. 1890. 

M.B., C.M. 1897. 

M'MILLAN, NEIL, M.D. 1840. 

Glasgow; Murchison, Victoria, Australia. 

M'MILLAN, ROBERT, C.M. 1825. 

"Scotus" [Grad. Alb.]. 

MACMILLAN, ROBERT, M.A, 1882. 

Teacher in Ayr Academy. 

M'MILLAN, THOMAS, CM. 1822. 

Newton-Stewart or Wigtown. 

M'MILLAN, WILLIAM, M.B., C.M. 1887. 

Glasgow ; Oldbury, Worcester ; Glasgow. 

M'MILLAN, WILLIAM FORRESTER, M.D. 1860. 

Friockheim, Forfarshire ; Buckley Mount, N. Wales ; Liverpool ; died 6th 
June, 1887. 

MACMILLAN, WILLIAM SEYMOUR, M.A. 1894. 

Student of Medicine; died at 5 Wilton Gardens, Glasgow, i6th March, 1897, 
aged 24. 

M'MONEAGLE. See MONTEAGLE. 

M'MORRAN, JOHN, M.D. 1784. 

" Filius natu tertius Joannis de Drumcaw in parochia de Donagh et comitatu 
de Monaghan in Hibernia" [Matric. Alb. 1781]. 

MACMORRAN, ROBERT SMITH, M.A. 1895. 

Student of Theology in F.C. College Edinburgh. 

M'MORRIS, ROBERT, B.A. 1846, M.A. 1847. 

Presbyterian Minister at Ray, Manorcunningham, Co. Donegal, since 1855. 

M'MORRIS, WILLIAM, C.M. 1832, M.D. 1834. 

"Hibernus" [Grad. Alb.]. 

M'MULLAN, JOHN, M.D. 1846. 

Downpatrick; died i3th July, 1893 

M'MULLAN, THOMAS, M.A, 1730. 

"Hib." [Matric. Alb. 1728]. 

M'MULLEN, GEORGE READE, M.D. 1838. 

Cork. 



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M'MUNN, JAMES, M.D., CM. 1846. 

Easky, Co. Sligo ; Dromore West, same Co. ; died previous to 1889. 

M'MUNN, JOHN, M.D. 1838. 

Superintendent of Lunatic Asylum, Sligo; died 2oth April, 1882, aged 66. 

M'MUNN, ROBERT, M.D., CM. 1853. 

Skreen, Co. Sligo. 

M'MURCHY, ARCHIBALD KELLY, M.A. 1866. 

F.C. Minister at Scone. 

M'MURCHY, JAMES, M.A. 1879, B.D. 1882. 

English Presbyterian Minister at Walton, Liverpool. 

M'MURRAY, THOMAS, M.E., CM. 1889. 

Glasgow. 

M'MURRICH, MALCOLM, M.A. 1873, M.B., CM. 1878. 

Glasgow; Bedford; Whiteinch; Luss; Paisley; Lenzie; Balfron. 

M'MURTRIE, JAMES, M.A. 1896. 

Teacher in Rosevale Street Public School, Partick. 

M'NAB, ALEXANDER, M.A. 1882. 

Licentiate of the Church of Scotland; died 6th June, 1886, aged 26; son of 
Minister of Ardrossan. 

M'NAB, ALEXANDER ANDERSON, M.B., CM. 1896. 

Bradford. 

M'NAB, ANDREW, M.A. 1889. 

Minister of Whitechurch and Langside, Ontario, Canada. 

MACNAB, DAVID, M.D. 1819. 

Oban. 

M'NAB, DAVID ALEXANDER, M.A. 1884. 

Teacher (i) in Holt Academy, Denbighshire, (2) in Gainford Academy, Co. 

Durham, (3) in Lewisham House School, Weston-super-Mare, (4) at Bonn-am- 

Rhein, near Cologne, Germany, (5) in Clapham Rise Collegiate School, London, 

S.W., (6) in George Green Schools, Poplar, London, E. 

MACNAB, DONALD, M.D. 1826. 

"Scotus" [Grad. Alb.]. 

MACNAB, DUNCAN, M.D. 1831, CM. 1860. 

Campbeltown; died 2nd January, 1873, aged 64. 

MACNAB, JAMES, M.D. 1844. 

"Scotus" [Grad. Alb.]. 

MACNAB, JAMES, M.A. 1885. 

Teacher in Hutchesons' Grammar School, Glasgow. 

MACNAB, JAMES CRAWFORD GIBB, M.B., CM. 1887. 

Stilton ; Dysart, Fife. 



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MACNAB, JOHN, M.D. 1817. 

Probably Campbeltown. 

M'NAB, JOHN HOLLAND, M.A. 1885. 

Minister of (i) Strathkinnes, 1890-97, (2) St. David's, Kirkintilloch, since 
1897. 

M'NAB, PETER, M.D. 1836. 

Callander; died 29th March, 1872. 

M'NAB, ROBERT, M.D. 1849, 

Deputy Surgeon-General, Army; died 1886. 

M'NAB, ROBERT, M.D. 1861. 

Glasgow; Bury St. Edmunds; J.P. 

MACNAB, ROBERT ALLAN, M.D. 1854. 

Cross Hills, Yorks. ; died 23rd May, 1886, aged 57. 

M'NAB, STEVENSON, M.A. 1891. 

Licentiate of the Church of Scotland ; son of Minister oi Ardrossan. 

M'NAB, WILLIAM BROWN, M.A. 1891. 

Curate of St. James' Parish Church, Longton, Staffs. ; son of Minister of 
Ardrossan. 

MACNAIR, ALEXANDER HILL, B.A. 1848. 

Civil Engineer in (i) India, (2) Persia, (3) Ceylon, (4) South America; resi- 
dent (1897) at 18 Newington Road, Edinburgh; son of Robert Macnair, D.D. 
<q.v.). 

M'NAIR, BENJAMIN, M.D. 1815. 

Glasgow; died at Dunipace, 25th January, 1844, aged 49. 

MACNAIR, JAMES, M.A. 1839. 

Minister of (i) Auchtermuchty, (2) Canongate, Edinburgh; died i3th 
November, 1888, aged 68; son of Robert Macnair, D.D. (q.v.). 

MACNAIR, NORMAN, B.Sc. 1894. 

M.B., CM. 1897. 

MACNAIR, ROBERT, M.A. 1808, D.D. 1842. 

Minister of (i) Ballantrae, (2) Abbey Parish, Paisley; died 22nd July, 1851, 
aged 6 1. 

MACNAIR, ROBERT, M.A. 1845. 

(i) Minister in Charlotte Town, Prince Edward Island; (2) Minister of 
Gourock, 1854-55; (3) Presbyterian Chaplain at Scutari, Crimea; (4) Medical 
Practitioner in Leith, 1862-83; (5) Minister of Baptist Church, Greenock ; 
born 28th August, 1827; died at 33 Kilmaurs Road, Edinburgh, i5th July, 
1896; son of Robert Macnair, D.D. (q.v.); M.D. Edin. 1862. 

M'NAMARA, BERNARD SHEEDY, M.D. 1799. 

"Hibernus" [Grad. Alb.]. 



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MACNAMARA, JOHN, M.D. 1842. 

" Hibernicus " [Grad. Alb.]. 

MACNAMARA, WILLIAM, M.D. 1866. 

Deputy Surgeon-General, Army. 

M'NAUGHT, ALEXANDER, M.A. 1821. 

"F. n. max. Tho. Artif. Glasgua" [Matric. Alb. 1813]. 

MACNAUGHT, DANIEL, M.A. 1792. 

"Filius natu max. Joannis agricolae in parochia de Greenock et comitatu 
de Renfrew" [Matric. Alb. 1785]. 

M'NAUGHT, DUNCAN, M.D., CM. 1834. 

Helensburgh. 

M'NAUGHT, JAMES GIBSON, M.A. 1887, M.B., C.M. 1890, M.D. 1894. 

Ship Surgeon; Glasgow; Surgeon-Captain, Army. 

M'NAUGHT, JOHN CAMPBELL, M.A. 1893, B.D. 1895. 

Licentiate of the Church of Scotland. 

M'NAUGHT, ROBERT, M.B., C.M. 1895. 

Ship Surgeon; Glasgow; Ship Surgeon; died at Singapore, of typhus 
fever, 4th July, 1897. 

M'NAUGHTAN, DANIEL, M.A. 1791. 

"Scotus" [Grad. Alb.]. 

MACNAUGHTAN, JOHN, M.A. 1826. 

Minister (i) of Scotch Congregation, Crown Court, London, (2) of High 

Church, Paisley, (3) of Free High Church there, (4) in Belfast; died 27th May, 
1884. 

M'NAUGHTAN, JOHN, M.B. 1875, M.D. 1877. 

Perth ; Ship Surgeon ; Perth General Prison. 

MACNAUGHTAN, JOSEPH, M.A. 1892, LL.B. 1895. 

Writer, Glasgow. 

M'NAUGHTAN, THOMAS, M.D. 1856. 

Glasgow; Wigton, Cumberland; Bolton-le-Moors ; Blackpool; J.P. ; died 
1 6th July, 1896. 

MACNAUGHTAN, WILLIAM, M.A. 1895. 

Student of Medicine. 

MACNAUGHTON, ALLAN, M.B., C.M. 1873, M.D. 1881. 

Fort-William; Elgin; Bonawe ; Easdale; Taynuilt ; J.P. 

M'NAUGHTON, FINLAY, M.B. 1868. 

Assistant to a Practitioner in Coatbridge ; died, of typhoid fever, in 
Glasgow Royal Infirmary, lyth December, 1868. 

M'NAUGHTON, GEORGE FERRIER ANDERSON, M.A. 1880. 

Minister of Carsphairn. 



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407 



MACNAUGHTON, JOHN, M.B., CM. 1869. 

Fort- William ; Dalmally ; Lochgilphead ; Fort- William. 

MACNAUGHTON, JOSEPH BROUGH, M.B., C.M. 1883. 

Tiverton, Devon ; London. 

MACNAUGHTON. PETER, M.A. 1821. 

"F. n. 2 dus Joannis Agricolae Comrie" [Matric. Alb. 1813]; according 

to Oliver & Boyd's Almanacs, a person of the same name was at one time 

Church of Scotland Minister at (i) Vaughan, Presbytery of Toronto, Canada, 

and (2) Pickering there. 

M'NAUL, HUGH HAMILTON, M.B. 1871. 

Ballymoney, Co. Antrim; Dartford, Kent; Oakengates, Salop. 

M'NAUL, ROBERT, CM. 1834. 

Ballymoney, Co. Antrim. 

M'NAY, THOMAS, M.B., C.M. 1893. 

Knightswood ; Ship Surgeon ; Airdrie. 

M'NAYR, JAMES, LL.D. 1800. 

Writer in Glasgow, and Editor of (i) The Glasgow Courier, (2) The Glasgow 
Herald and Advertiser; died 8th September, 1808, aged 50. 

M'NEARY, ALEXANDER, M.D. 1851, C.M. 1852 

Articlave, Co. Derry; Garvagh, same Co. 

MACNEE, SIR DANIEL, LL.D. 1876. 

The celebrated Artist; elected in 1875 President of the Royal Scottish 
Academy of Painting, Sculpture, and Architecture; bom at Fintry, 4th June, 
1806; died at Edinburgh, i7th January, 1882; LL.D. Edin. 1881. 

M'NEELY, HUGH, M.D., C.M. 1860. 

Killybegs, Co. Donegal; Rockhampton, Queensland. 

M'NEILL, DANIEL, M.D. 1892. 

Medical Practitioner and F.C. Minister at Holm, Kirkwall. 

M'NEILL, DUNCAN, M.A. 1889. 

Minister of Kilfinnan Free Church, Auchenlochan, Kyles of Bute. 

M'NEILL, GEORGE ALEXANDER CAMPBELL, M.A. 1893. 

Manufacturers' Agent, Glasgow. 

M'NEILL, JOHN HENRY HORTON, M.A. 1891, B.D. 1896. 

Licentiate of the Church of Scotland. 

M'NEILLIE, JAMES CAMPBELL, M.B., CM. 1894. 

Glasgow. 

M'NEILLY, WILLIAM, M.A. 1745. 

Believed to be the same person as William M'Neill, Irish Presbyterian 
Minister at Clogher, 1754-70, when suspended sine die. 



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MACNICOL, ARCHIBALD JOHN, M.A. 1885, B.D. 1889. 

F.C. Minister of (i) Dundonald, (2) Cromarty. 

M'NICOL, DANIEL, M.B., C.M. 1889. 

Ship Surgeon. 

MACNICOL, DUNCAN CLARK, M.A. 1883, B.D. 1884. 

F.C. Minister of (i) Dunipace, (2) Gorbals, Glasgow. 

MACNICOL, JOHN, M.A. 1775. 

" Filius natu tertius Joannis, agricolae in Orchil, in parochia de Muthil, 
comitatu de Perth" [Matric. Alb. 1770]. 

M'NICOL, JOHN, C.M. 1830, M.D. 1833. 

Inveraray. 

MACNICOL, MALCOLM, M.A. 1888, M.B., C.M. 1893. 

F.C. Missionary to Hugli, Bengal. 

MACNICOL, NICOL, M.A. 1891. 

F.C. Missionary to Bombay. 

M'NICOL, PETER, M.A. 1873. 

Head Master of (i) Anderston Burgh and (after 1873) Public School, 
Glasgow, 1859-82, (2) Overnewton Public School there since 1882. 

MACNICOL, RODERICK REID, M.A. 1893. 

Student of Medicine. 

M'NICOLL, DAVID HUDSON, M.D. 1842. 

Liverpool; Southport; died loth May, 1868, aged 55. 

MACNIE, ROBERT LAMOND, M.A. 1890, B.D. 1894. 

Minister of the Parish of St. Mary, Mahaica, British Guiana, since 1896. 

M'NIEL, ANDREW, M.A. 1813. 

"F. n. 6 tus Jacobi Artificis, Inchinan, Renfrew" [Matric. Alb. 1809]. 

MACNI5H, JAMES, M.D. 1849. 

Sydney, N.S. Wales ; Paddington there ; Burwood there. 

M'NISH, JAMES, M.B., C.M. 1882. 

Nottingham ; Burwood, Sydney, N.S. Wales. 

MACNISH, ROBERT, C.M. 1820. 

Practitioner in Glasgow; a popular writer of merit ; author of The Anatomy of 
Drunkenness, etc.; born at Glasgow, i5th February, 1802; died, of typhoid 
fever, i6th January, 1837; LL.D. of Hamilton College, U.S.A. 

MACNISH, WILLIAM, M.D. 1815. 

Edinburgh ; formerly Surgeon in the Army. 

M'NIVEN, JAMES, M.A. 1884. 

F.C. Minister at Ardnamurchan. 

MACOMISH, ROBERT, M.A. 1880, B.D. 1883. 

F.C. Missionary to Bombay. 



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MACONCHY, GEORGE, M.A. 1774- 

"Filius natu secundus Joannis Arniigeri in Comitatu de Deny, Hibernia" 
[Matric. Alb. 1770]. 

MACONOCHIE, ALLAN ALEXANDER WELWOOD, LL.D. 1855. 

Advocate ; Professor of Law in Glasgow University, 1842 to 1855, when 
resigned; son of Lord Meadowbank; died 2Qth May, 1885. 

M'OUAT, JAMES EDMOND, M.A. 1886, B.D. 1889. 

Minister of the U.P Church at Logiealmond (the "Drumtochty" of Ian 
Maclaren) since 1897. 

MACPHAIL, ALEXANDER, M.B., C.M. 1894. 

Assistant to Professor of Anatomy in Glasgow University since 1894. 

MACPHAIL, DIGBY MACKENZIE, M.B., C.M. 1884. 

Tulloch, Linstead, Jamaica. 

MACPHAIL, DONALD, M.B., C.M. 1877, M.D. 1881. 

Glasgow ; Coatbridge. 

MACPHAIL, GEORGE ROSS, M.A. 1881. 

Minister of Albert Square Free Church, Dundee. 

MACPHAIL, JAMES MERRY, M.A. 1885, M.B., C.M. 1889, M.D. 1895. 

Free Church Medical Missionary to Bengal. 

MACPHAIL, JOHN, M.B., CM. 1886. 

Glasgow; Barnsley, Yorks. 

MACPHAIL, JOHN, M.A. 1889. 

Pupil Teacher in Lochnell Public School, Ardchattan, Argyllshire, 1879-82; 

Senior Master in Lewisham House School, Weston-super-Mare, 1886-87 > 

Licentiate of the Free Church of Scotland, 1892 ; first Assistant Master in Clyde 

Quay Public School, Wellington, New Zealand, since 1893. 

M'PHARLAN, JOHN, C.M. 1824. 

"Hibernus" [Grad. Alb.]. 

MACPHEE, ALEXANDER M'QUEEN, M.A. 1887. 

(i) Curate of St. Bartholomew, Colne, Lanes.; (2) Curate of Shieldfield, 
Newcastle-on-Tyne; (3) Curate of SL John's there; (4) Curate of Haltwhistle; 
(5) Vicar of North Sunderland. 

MACPHEE, ALEXANDER STEWART, M.A. 1872, B.D. 1877. 

Minister of (i) English Presbyterian Church at Redcar, Yorkshire, (2) English 
Presbyterian Church at Singapore, (3) Free Church at Berea, Durban, Natal. 

MACPHEE, ANGUS, M.B., C.M. 1879, M.D. 1884. 

Glasgow: Assistant to Professor of Anatomy in the University, 1883-85. 

M'PHEE, DUGALD, M.B., C.M. 1881. 

Tighnabruaich ; Strachur ; Port-Ellen, Islay ; Sandbank, Argyllshire ; Holme, 
Yorks. ; died 1896. 



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MACPHEE, DUNCAN, CM. 1829. 

"Scotus" [Grad. Alb.]. 

MACPHERSON, ALEXANDER, M.D. 1785. 

" Antiguensis " [Grad. Alb.]. 

MACPHERSON, ALEXANDER, B.A. 1834. 

Minister of (i) Dudhope Parish, Dundee, (2) Free Church, Meigle; died 
1 7th June, 1892, aged 86. 

M'PHERSON, ALEXANDER STEWART, M.B., C.M. 1893. 

Bootle, Lanes. 

MACPHERSON, CHARLES, M.B. 1871, M.D. 1888. 

Burghead, Morayshire ; Westray ; Stromness ; Bonar Bridge ; Edinburgh 
(Deputy Commissioner in Lunacy for Scotland). 

MACPHERSON, EBENEZER BROWN HILL, M.A. 1890. 

Minister of Free Church, Panbride. 

M'PHERSON, GEORGE, M.A. 1894, M.B., C.M. 1895. 

Ship Surgeon. 

M'PHERSON, GEORGE LAURIE, B.Sc. 1879. 

Head Master of (i) Mathieson Street Public School, Glasgow, 1879-90, (2) 
Washington Street Public School there since 1890. 

MACPHERSON, JAMES, M.D. 1848. 

Glasgow (Dentist); died i3th March, 1877. 

MACPHERSON, JAMES ANDREWS, M.B., C.M. 1890. 

Barrhill, Ayrshire ; Glasgow. 

MACPHERSON, JOHN, M.A. 1873. 

F.C. Minister at Kinloss, Forres. 

MACPHERSON, JOHN, M.B., C.M. 1888. 

Leeds; Lancaster; Derby; Manchester; died 1893. 

MACPHERSON, JOHN FORBES, M.A. 1872, B.D. 1875. 

Minister of (i) New Parish, Rothesay, (2) South Parish, Greenock; son of 
Lauchlan Macpherson, Bedellus to the University. 

MACPHERSON, MALCOLM, M.A. 1863. 

Born in Glasgow, 1839; son of John Macpherson, Officer of Excise. 

MACPHERSON, MALCOLM DUNCAN, M.A. 1887, B.L. 1893. 

Writer, Glasgow; son of Neil Macpherson, M.A. (q.v.). 

MACPHERSON, NEIL, M.A. 1857. 

Minister of Inveraray, 1864-96; died in Royal Infirmary, Glasgow, 2ist 
September, 1896. 

MACPHERSON, RICHARD BURNS, M.B., C.M. 1876, M.D. 1887. 

Glasgow; Surgeon, Russc-Turkish War, 1877-78; Cambuslang. 



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MACPHERSON, ROBERT, M.B., CM. 1878, M.D. 1890. 

Glasgow; died there, ist March, 1894, aged 39; son of Lauchlan Mac- 
pherson, Bedellus to the University. 

MACPHERSON, WILLIAM, M.A. 1881, B.D. 1884. 

F.C. Minister at North Ronaldshay. 

M'PHUN, JOHN FINLAY, M.B., CM. 1882. 

Garelochhead ; Swatow, China (English Presbyterian Medical Missionary). 

MACQUARIE, JOHN ARCHIBALD, M.B., CM. 1885. 

Glasgow ; Kilmun ; Peel, Isle of Man. 

M'QUEEN, ALEXANDER M'NAUGHTAN, B.Sc. 1882. 

Civil Engineer; born 3oth March, 1863; died at Galahek, Persia, of typhoid 

fever and pneumonia, 315! August, 1891; son of George M'Queen, M.A. (q.v.). 

M'QUEEN, ANDREW, M.A. 1870, B.D. 1872. 

Minister of Holburn Free Church, Aberdeen. 

M'QUEEN, GEORGE, M.A. 1849. 

U.P. Minister at Milngavie for 39 years: born 8th May, 1831; died ist 
September, 1894. 

M'QUEEN, JAMES, M.A. 1892. 

M.B., Ch.B. 1897. 

M-QUEEN, JOHN, M.A. 1864. 

F.C. Minister at (i) Johnstone and Wamphray, (2) Kilmarnock, (3) Lochend, 
Campbeltown. 

M'QUEEN, JOHN, B.Sc. 1883. 

Marine Engineer (i) with Fairfield Engineering and Shipbuilding Co., Govan, 
(2) with Yarrow & Co., Torpedo Boat Builders, Poplar, London. 

M'QUEEN, WILLIAM TEMPLE, B.Sc. 1890. 

Civil Engineer, (i) as Pupil of the late Daniel Miller, M.I.C.E., 1885-90, (2) 
as Assistant to Lucas & Aird, of Westminster, since 1890. 

MACQUHAE, STAIR, M.A. 1813, D.D. 1840. 

Minister of St. Quivox, 1820-59, when retired on account of ill-health; 

died 8th March, 1872, aged 77; son of William M'Quhae, M.A. 1756 (q.v.). 

M'QUHAE, WILLIAM, M.A. 1756. 

Minister of St. Quivox, 1764 to 1823; described in "The Twa Herds" 
as "that curs'd rascal ca'd M'Quhae"; died ist March, 1823, aged 86. 

MACQUISTAN, ARCHIBALD LEITCH, M.A. 1891. 

Teacher, Kennedy Street Public School, Glasgow. 

M'QUISTEN, ALEXANDER, M.A. 1855, D.D. 1894. 

Minister of (i) St. Matthew's, Glasgow, (2) Innerkip. 

MACQUISTEN, FREDERICK ALEXANDER, B.L. 1891. 

Writer in Glasgow; son of Alexander M'Quisten, D.D. (q.v.). 



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MACRAE, ALEXANDER MACLEOD, M.B., C.M. 1884. 

Rankinston, Ayrshire. 

MACRAE, ANGUS FRASER, M.A. 1892. 

Writer, Glasgow. 

M'RAE, DONALD, M.B., C.M. 1877. 

Norham, Northumberland; Macduff; Cluny ; Paris (Medical Missionary); 
London. 

MACRAE, DONALD MACKENZIE, M.B., C.M. 1896. 

Stornoway. 

MACRAE, DUNCAN MACKENZIE, M.A. 1894. 

Student of Medicine. 

MACRAE, FARQUHAR, M.B., C.M. 1895. 

Glasgow. 

MACRAE, JAMES, M.A. 1880, LL.B. 1883. 

Writer, Glasgow. 

MACRAE, JOHN, D.D. 1864. 

Minister of Hawick ; died 8th January, 1892, aged 77. 

MACRAE, JOHN TENNENT, M.B., C.M. 1868. 

Ship Surgeon; died at Newton-on-Ayr (his native place), 22nd May, 1870. 

MACRAE, RODERICK C., M.A. 1880. 

Born at Pinnette, Prince Edward Island, in 1857 (son of Donald MacRae, 
Sea Captain); described in General Council Registers as "Student, 10 Clarendon 
Street, Partick," but left that address many years ago, and history unknown. 

M'REDDIE, PERCY GEORGE, M.B., C.M. 1891. 

Wincanton, Somerset; Lagos, W. Africa. 

MACREIGHT, WILLIAM WALKINSHAW. See M'CREIGHT. 

M'RITCHIE, PETER, M.B., C.M. 1890. 

Renton ; Gorseinon, Glam. ; Swansea. 

MACROBERT, ALEXANDER MUNRO, M.A. 1895. 

Qualifying for the Scottish Bar. 

MACROBERT, PETER CARMICHAEL, M.B., C.M. 1892. 

Glasgow; Todmorden, Lanes. 

M'ROBERT, JAMES, M.A. 1882. 

Minister of (i) Levenside Free Church, Renton, 1886-97, ( 2 ) Presbyterian 
Church, Port-Elizabeth, Cape Colony, since 1897. 

MACROBERT, THOMAS, M.A. 1882. 

E.U. (Congregational) Minister at Dreghorn. 

M'ROBERTS, JOHN, M.D. 1803. 

"Hibernus" [Grad. Alb.]. 



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413 



MACRURY, JOHN, M.B., CM. 1877. 

Glasgow; Newmilns; Wellington, New Zealand; Benbecula; Barra. 

MACSORLEY, PHILIP, CM. 1826. 

Ayr. 

M'SPADDEN, JOHN, CM. 1818. 

M'SWAINE, JOHN FLEMING, D.D. 1896. 

Minister of (i) U.P. Church, Auchtermuchty. 1860-74, ( 2 ) St. Paul's Pres- 
byterian Church, Brisbane, Australia, since 1874. 

M'TAGGART, ARCHIBALD, M.A. 1866. 

Teacher in (i) Church of Scotland Normal School, Glasgow, (2) Martyrs' 
School, Barony Street there; died 6th January, 1882, aged 47. 

MACTAGGART, CHARLES, M.A. 1881, M.B., CM. 1885. 

Campbeltown ; Surgeon-Captain, I. M.S., Bengal. 

M'TAGGART, CHARLES ROWATT, CM. 1829. 

Campbeltown. 

MACTAGGART, JAMES CAMERON, M.A. 1872. 

F.C. Minister at Isle of Whithorn. 

MACTAVISH, COLIN, CM. 1821. 

Islay; sometime in H.E.I.C.S. 

M'TAVISH, NEIL, M.D. 1848. 

"Filius natu quartus Archibald!, V.D. Ministri apud Parochiam Kildalton in 
insula de Islay" [Matric. Alb. 1837]. 

M'TEAR, JAMES, M.A. 1813. 

Licensed by the Relief Presbytery of Glasgow, 7th October, 1817; kept a 
school in Kirk Street, Calton, for some time ; not known that he ever obtained a 
ministerial charge. 

MACTURK. ANDREW, M.A. 1863, B.D. 1873. 

F.C. Minister at Inchinnan ; died 23rd April, 1891. 

MACTURK, JAMES WILSON, B.A. 1846. 

Minister of Langholm, 1854-78; died 26th December, 1878, aged 55. 

M'TURK, MICHAEL, M.D. 1810. 

"Filius Natu 2 dus quondam Jacobi M'Turk Agr. in New Cumnock, Airshire" 
[Matric. Alb. 1807]. 

M'TURK, WILLIAM, M.A. 1797, D.D. 1806. 

Of Craigmaddie ; Professor of Ecclesiastical History in Glasgow University, 
1797 to 1841, and for many years College Chaplain ; Librarian, 1794-95; died 
loth March, 1841. 

M'TURK, WILLIAM, M.D. 1823. 

Bradford; died 2nd March, 1872, aged 76. 



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M'TYER, WILLIAM, M.D. 1826. 

Maybole; died nth December, 1878. 

M'VAIL, DAVID CALDWELL, M.B. 1876. 

Kilmarnock; Alnvvick; Glasgow; Professor of Physiology in Anderson's 

College ; Lecturer on Medicine in Western Medical School ; Professor of Clinical 

Medicine in St. Mungo's College; Member of University Court (as General Council 

Assessor) since 1891; Crown Member of General Medical Council since 1892. 

M'VEAN, JOHN DUNCAN, M.B., CM. 1880. 

Glasgow; Alexandria, N.B. ; Buchlyvie; Lees, Lanes. 

MACVEAN, PETER, M.D. 1852. 

Wedderburn, Victoria, Australia. 

MACVEY, DAVID, M.A. 1871. 

Head Master of Airdrie Academy, Airdrie ; died at Queenstown, Cape Colony 
(the residence of his brother-in-law), loth February, 1893, aged 44. 

M'VEY, THOMAS, M.A. 1728. 

M'VICAR, COLIN, M.A. 1889. 

M.B. Edin. 1894; (sometime Teacher, Greenock); Dundee. 

MACVICAR, PATRICK, M.A. 1792. 

Minister of (i) St. John's, Dundee, (2) St. Paul's, Dundee; died 3oth Sep- 
tember, 1842, aged 78; D.D. St. Andrews, 1827. 

M'VICAR, WILLIAM JOSEPH, M.A. 1887. 

Teacher in (i) Ayr Grammar School, (2) Hutchesons' Girls' School, Elgin 
Street, Glasgow. 

M'VIE, WILLIAM, M.B., CM. 1879, M.D. 1885. 

Skelton, Yorks. ; Maryhill, Glasgow; Vienna; Bootle, Lanes. 

M'WALTER, WILLIAM, M.B., CM. 1892. 

Widnes, Lanes. ; Newton-Stewart. 

M'WHANNELL, LLEWELLYN, M.B., CM. 1887, M.D. 1893. 

Nottingham ; Birkenhead ; Ramsey, Isle of Man ; Birkenhead ; Ramsey ; 
died January, 1895. 

M'WHIRTER, PETER, B.A. 1861. 

Master of the Free Church School, New Aberdour, Fraserburgh, 1869-70; at 
one time a teacher in Orkney, but not known whether before or after New 
Aberdour; cousin of John King, M.A. 1863 (q.v.). 

M'WILLIAM, WILLIAM ANDREW, M.D. 1860. 

Lame, Co. Antrim; Ballyclare, same Co.; Belfast; died 1872. 

M'WILLIAMS, JAMES, M.A. 1816. 

Irish Presbyterian Minister at Maguiresbridge, 1822-60; died 2oth April, 
1860. 

MADDEN, WILLIAM, M.D. 1835. 

Dublin ; died 6th November, 1868. 



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MADDEN, WILLIAM, M.D. 1841. 

Dublin; died loth October, 1866. 

MADDEVER, JOHN COOMBE, M.D., CM. 1850. 

Rothesay; died there, March, 1887. 

MADDEVER, JOHN COOMBE, M.B., CM. 1872, M.D. 1874. 

Rothesay ; Brownhills, Staffs. 

MADILL, ROBERT, M.A. 174- 

"Fil. Alexri. Madill Mercat. in Down in Hibernia" [Matric. Alb. 1737]. 

MAGEE, JOSEPH, M.D. 1836. 

Dublin. 
MAGEE, SAMUEL, CM. 1833. 

" Hibernus " [Grad. Alb.] ; " obliged to leave this Country for America on the 
ist of April next" [Univ. Minute, 22nd March, 1833]. 

MAGILL, JAMES, M.A. 1810. 

" Filius Natu Quartus quondam Gulielmi Mercatoris in oppido de Cookstown 
in parochia de Derryloran in comitatu de Tyronne in Hybernia" [Matric. Alb. 
1807]. 

MAGILL, ROBERT, M.A. 1816. 

Presbyterian Minister at Antrim, 1820-39; born 7 th September, 1788; died 
1 9th February, 1839. 

MAGILL, SAMUEL, M.D. 1855. 

Assistant Surgeon, R.N. ; invalided and died on voyage home (per mail packet 
"Avon" from Lisbon), 6th May, 1857; buried at sea. 

MAGRATH, JOSEPH ADOLPHUS, M.D. 1844. 

Civil Surgeon, Ordn. Department, Kingston, Jamaica; Teignmouth ; Ply- 
mouth; Wimbledon; died 6th November, 1893, aged 69. 

MAGUIRE, RICHARD, M.D. 1841. 

"Hibernia" [Grad. Alb.]. 

MAHAFFY, EDWARD, M.D. 1841. 

Surgeon-General, Bombay Army; died 3rd October, 1881. 

MAHAFFY, ROBERT, M.A. 1771. 

" Filius natu secundus Niniani Agricolae in Parochia Donaughmore Comitatu 
Donygall Hiberniae" [Matric. Alb. 1769]. 

MAKER, WILLIAM, M.D., C.M. 1836. 

"Hibernus" [Grad. Alb.]. 

MAHON. GEORGE, M.D. 1838. 

"Hibernus" [Grad. Alb.]. 

MAHOOD, ALLAN EDWARD, M.D. 1837, C.M. 1864. 

Kingstown, Co. Dublin; died 24th June, 1871, aged 66. 
MAHOOD, GEORGE, M.D. 1839. 

Enniskillen, Co. Fermanagh; died 1867. 



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MAIN, GEORGE AGNEW, M.B., CM. 1890. 

Glasgow; Newmains; Mossley, Manchester. 

MAIN, JAMES, M.A. 1877, B.D. 1880. 

(i) English Presbyterian Missionary to Formosa; (2) Missionary in connection 
with Free St. Enoch's Church, Glasgow ; (3) in charge of Free Church Station, 
Kirkmichael, Dumfries ; (4) in charge of Free Church Station, Slains, Aberdeen- 
shire; (5) Minister of the Free Church at Closeburn, Dumfriesshire. 

MAIN, JAMES TAYLOR, M.A. 1876. 

Presbyterian Minister at (i) Young, New South Wales, (2) Dubbo there. 

MAIN, JOHN SWORD, M.B., C.M. 1878, M.D. 1881. 

Barnard Castle, Durham ; Withington, Lanes. ; died at Airdrie some years 
previous to 1894. 

MAIN, ROBERT, C.M. 1834, M.D. 1835. 

"Hibernus" [Grad. Alb.]. 

MAIN, ROBERT, B.Sc. 1891. 

Manager and Chemist, etc., Nitrate Mine, Iquique, South America. 

MAIN, THOMAS, C.M. 1825. 

"Filius natu quartus Jacobi agricolae in Par. de Slamannan com. de Stirling" 
[Matric. Alb. 1819]. 

MAIN, THOMAS, D.D. 1880. 

Minister of (i) Kilmarnock, (2) Free Church there, (3) St. Mary's Free Church, 
Edinburgh; died 28th May, 1881. 

MAINE, WILLIAM, M.A. 1770. 

" Filius natu maximus Samuelis quondam Agricolae in Comitatu de Downe, 
Hib." [Matric. Alb. 1763]. 

MAINWARING, EDWARD VINCENT, M.D. 1842. 

Bournemouth; formerly in H.E.I.C. Service. 

MAIR, ALEXANDER, B.A. 1856, M.A. 1857, D.D. 1877. 

U.P. Minister at (i) Stow, (2) Morningside, Edinburgh. 

MAIR, HUGH, M.A. 1818. 

(i) Pastor of Presbyterian Churches at Fort-Miller and Northumberland, N.Y., 
1828; (2) Pastor at Johnstown, 1830-43; (3) supplied pulpits in Brock port and 
Warsaw; (4) Pastor of a Church in Fergus, Waterloo Co., Canada, 1847-54; born 
at Nevvmilns, Ayrshire, i6th July, 1797; died in Fergus, ist November, 1854; 
D.D. New York, 1842. 

MAIR, JAMES, B.Sc. 1886. 

(i) Assistant Teacher in Mathieson Street Public School, Glasgow ; (2) Science 
Master in Hutchesons' Grammar School for Boys there; (3) Head Teacher in 
Tollcross Public School. 

MAIR, JAMES, M.A. 1889. 

U.P. Missionary to Rajputana, India. 



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417 



MAIR, JAMES, M.B., C.M. 1894. 

Glasgow ; Dundee. 

MAIR, JOHN, B.L. 1881. 

Writer, Glasgow. 

MAIR, JOHN, D.D. 1887. 

Minister of Southdean, Roxburghshire. 

MAIR, ROBERT, M.B., C.M. 1886. 

Tarbolton ; Glasgow ; Hawick. 

MAIRS, JAMES, M.A. 1788. 

" Filius natu quartus Joannis in Drumleck, in parochia de Muckno, et comi- 
tatu de Monaghan, in Hibernia" [Matric. Alb. 1787], 

MAITLAND, FREDERIC WILLIAM, LL.D. 1896. 

Barrister-at-Law of Lincoln's Inn; Downing Professor of the Laws of England 
in the University of Cambridge; M.A. and LL.D. Cantab. 

MAITLAND, JAMES, LL.D. 1804, 

See LAUDERDALE, EARL OF. 

MAITLAND, JAMES, D.D. 1852. 

Minister of Kells, Kirkcudbright; born i8th November, 1797; died aist 
December, 1872; son of John Garlics Maitland, M.A. (q.v.). 

MAITLAND, JOHN, M.A. 1758. 

"Filius Joannis Maitland Olitoris in Urbe Glasgua" [Matric. Alb. 1748]. 

MAITLAND, JOHN, M.D. 1833. 

Surgeon-Major, Army; died at Anglesea, Gosport, 23rd January, 1865, 
aged 57. 

MAITLAND, JOHN GARLIES, M.A. 1783. 

Minister of Monigaff; died 29th December, 1835, aged 70. 

MAKELLAR, ANGUS, D.D. 1835. 

Minister of (i) Carmunnock, (2) Pencaitland; joined Free Church party in 
1843, but held no charge in that body; died loth May, 1859, aged 79. 

MAKELLAR, ARCHIBALD, M.D. 1832. 

" Filius natu secundus Donaldi agricolae in parochia de Glenorchy et comitat. 
de Argyle" [Matric. Alb. 1829]. 

MAKELLAR, WILLIAM, B.A. 1838. 

Minister of the Free Church at Pencaitland, 1843-45, when resigned owing to 

ill-health ; subsequently a Minister of the Church of Scotland, but not settled in 

any charge; resident in Edinburgh; died at Biarritz, 5th November, 1896, aged 

80; son of Angus Makellar, D.D. (q.v.). 

MALAN, CAESAR HENRI ABRAHAM, D.D. 1826. 

Protestant Divine ; became a Pastor of the Swiss State Church and a Regent 
in the College; born at Geneva, 8th July, 1787; died there, 8th May, 1864. 

2 D 



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MALCOLM, ROBERT MORTIMER, M.B., CM. 1891. 

Glamis, Forfarshire; Belle Fourche, Butte, Dakota, U.S.A.; died 25th 
December, 1895. 

MALCOLM, WILLIAM, M.A. 1889. 

One of the Masters in Kelvinside Academy, Glasgow, 1885-90; Head of the 
Mathematical, etc., Department in Morgan Academy, Dundee, 1890-94; Director 
of Technical Education to the County Council of Lanark since 1894. 

MALCOLMSON, JOHN PORTER, C.M. 1826. 

"Hibernus" [Grad. Alb.]. 

MALCOM, ANDREW GEORGE, M.A. 1802, D.D. 1819. 

Presbyterian Minister of (i) Dunmurry, 1807-08, (2) Newry, 1809-23; born 
i5th September, 1782; died of fever, i2th January, 1823. 

MALLESON, JOHN PHILIP, B.A. 1819. 

Minister of Hanover Street Presbyterian Chapel, Long Acre, London, 

1820-22; Chaplain to Mrs. Milnes of Fryston Hall, Leeds (grandmother of Lord 

Houghton), 1822-28; Teacher, Brighton, and Unitarian Minister there, 1828-60; 

retired to Croydon, 1860; died i6th March, 1869, aged 73. 

MALLEY, WILLIAM SMITH, M.D. 1839. 

"Hibernus" [Grad. Alb.]. 

MALLOCH, ARCHIBALD EDWARD, M.B. 1867, M.D. 1869. 

Glasgow ; Toronto, Ontario, Canada ; Hamilton there. 

MALLOCH, JAMES MACGREGOR, M.A. 1877, B.L. 1879. 

Writer in Glasgow. 

MALTMAN, JOHN, M.A. 1881. 

Native of Maybole ; intended for Ministry, but laid aside by illness since 
shortly after graduation. 

MALTMAN, ROBERT, M.A. 1730. 

Possibly the same person as Robert Mailman, Teacher in the Grammar 
School of Glasgow, 1734-60, who died in 1760. 

MANCOR, ALEXANDER FAITHFULL, M.B., C.M. 1871. 

Glasgow; London; died i2th August, 1891, aged 42. 

MANFORD, JOHN M'EWAN, . M.A. 1891. 

Student of Medicine; died 2oth March, 1895, aged 22. 

MANGAN, JAMES, M.D. 1840. 

Lismore, Co. Waterford ; died July, 1867. 

MANN, JOHN, M.A. 1866. 

Principal of Kushnagar College, Bengal. 

MANN, JOHN, M.A. 1884. 

Chartered Accountant, Glasgow. 



ROLL OF GRADUATES 419 

MANNERS, HUGH, M.A. 1888, B.Sc. 1892. 

Classical Master in Garnethill Public School, Glasgow, 1886-93; Rector 
of Airdrie Academy since 1893. 

MANNERS, ROBERT RITCHIE, M.B., C.M. 1893. 

Newsham, Northumberland; died there, i6th October, 1893 (81 days 
after graduation), aged 22. 

MANNERS, WILLIAM HENRY, M.B., CM. 1886. 

Edinburgh ; Newcastle-on-Tyne ; Blyth, Northumberland. 

MANSFIELD, EARL OF, LL.D. 1754. 

Hon. William Murray; First Earl; called to English Bar, 1730; M.P. for 
Boroughbridge, 1742; Solicitor-General, 1743; Attorney-General, 1754; Lord 
Chief-Justice of England, 1756-88, when retired; his house, with books and 
manuscripts, destroyed in the Gordon Riots of 1780; born at Scone Abbey, Perth 
(fourth son of fifth Viscount Stormont), 2nd March, 1704-5; died 2Oth March, 
1793- 

MANSON, SINCLAIR, M.A. 1873. 

Licentiate of the Free Church; Librarian of F.C. College, Glasgow, 1868-78; 
died i5th June, 1878. 

MANSON, THOMAS, D.D. 1867. 

Minister of the Original Secession Church, Perth; born 8th February, 
1794; died 3ist March, 1876. 

MANUEL, DAVID GILMOUR, M.A. 1880, B.D. 1883. 

Minister of St. Andrews, Perth. 

MANUEL, WILLIAM, D.D. 1818. 

Minister of the Scotch Church, London-Wall, London. 

MARCHBANK, JOHN, M.A. 1888. 

Teacher in (i) St. Rollox Public School, Glasgow, (2) Bent Public School, 
Lesmahagow, (3) The Public School, Dairy, Galloway. 

MARDON, BENJAMIN, M.A. 1821. 

Unitarian Minister at (i) Glasgow, 1816-25, ( 2 ) Maidstone, 1825-27 ; Minister 
of Baptist Chapel at (i) Worship Street, London, 1827-55, (2) Sidmouth, 1855 to 
1866, when he died, aged 74. 

MARKLAND, ROBERT, M.A. 1858. 

"Fil. nat. max. Jacobi locatoris in opp. Stewarton in Com. Ayr" [Matric. 
Alb. 1854]. 

MARQUIS, DUNCAN, M.B., C.M. 1884. 

Strone ; Lochs, Lewis ; Glasgow ; London. 

MARR, DAVID, M.A. 1824. 

Minister of Lothian Road Secession Church, Edinburgh; died i7th May, 
1834, aged 37. 



420 ROLL OF GRADUATES 

MARR, DONALD M'CALLUM, M.A. 1880, LL.B. 1883. 

Writer, residing at Dunarden, Bearsden. 

MARR, HAMILTON CLELLAND, M.B., CM. 1892, M.D. 1895. 

Leuzie ; Dumfries ; Lenzie. 

MARR, JAMES, M.B., C.M. 1891. 

Coylton ; Bombay. 

MARR, JAMES, M.A. 1896. 

Student of Theology in U.P. College, Edinburgh. 

MARR, JOHN, M.A. 1797. 

" Filius Natu Secundus Gulielmi Agricolae in parochia de Maghera, comitatu 
de London Derry in Hybernia" [Matric. Alb. 1794]. 

MARR, JOHNSTON, C.M. 1840. 

"Hibernicus" [Grad. Alb.]. 

MARRIOTT, OSBORNE DELANO, M.B., C.M. 1865, M.D. 1880. 

Sevenoaks, Kent. 

MARRS, JOHN, M.A. 1775. 

"Filius natu maximus Gulielmi Agricolae in parochia de Kirk Andrews & 
Comitatu de Cumberland" [Matric. Alb. 1772]. 

MARSH, ERNEST LOUIS, M.B., C.M. 1891. 

Glasgow; Bombay. 

MARSHAL, JOHN, M.A. 1730. 

Possibly the same person as John Marshal, Presbyterian Minister at 
Ballyclare. 

MARSHALL, ALEXANDER, M.A. 1775. 

Possibly the same person as Alexander Marshall, Presbyterian Minister, 
Mayo. 

MARSHALL, ALEXANDER, M.D. 1810. 

"Scotus" [Grad. Alb.]. 

MARSHALL, ALEXANDER, C.M. 1834. 

"Hibernicus" [Grad. Alb.]. 

MARSHALL, ALEXANDER, M.D. 1851. 

Practitioner in Kilmarnock for 42 years; born i7th February, 1827; died 
1 6th April, 1894. 

MARSHALL, ALEXANDER, M.A. 1872. 

Minister of (i) Hurlford, (2) Callander, (3) Inveresk, (4) Scots Church, 
Melbourne; D.D. Edin. 1895. 

MARSHALL, ANDREW, M.D. 1834. 

Belfast; Assistant-Surgeon, R.N., 1802. 

MARSHALL, ANDREW, M.D. 1864, C.M. 1865. 

Preston, Lanes.; J.P. ; died i8th June, 1893, aged 52. 



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MARSHALL, BUCHANAN, M.A. 1821, M.D. 1823, C.M. 1830. 

Liverpool; died 3rd March, 1863. 

MARSHALL, CAMPBELL SAMSON, M.B., C.M. 1893. 

Glasgow. 

MARSHALL, FUTT, M.A. 1776. 

Presbyterian Minister at Ballyclare, Co. Antrim, 1785 to 1813; died 1813. 

MARSHALL, GEORGE, M.D. 1849. 

Pettigo, Co. Donegal; Wollongong, N.S. Wales; Sydney. 

MARSHALL, GEORGE, M.B., C.M. 1885. 

Glasgow. 

MARSHALL. GEORGE HENRY, M.D. 1838. 

Kington, Herefordshire; Birmingham; died 3ist July, 1884, aged 70. 

MARSHALL, HENRY, M.D. 1839. 

"Scotus" [Grad. Alb.]. 

MARSHALL, HUGH, M.A. 1788. 

"Hibernus" [Grad. Alb.]. 

MARSHALL, HUMPHREY, M.A. 1745. 

" Humphredi F. in Wallington in Com. Somerset Gen." [Matric. Alb. 

I739]- 
MARSHALL, JAMES, M.A. 1763. 

MARSHALL, JAMES, CM. 1828. 

"Fil. max. Jacobi Chirurgae, Com. de Lancaster" [Matric. Alb. 1822]. 

MARSHALL, JAMES, M.A. 1878, B.D. 1880. 

F.C. Minister at Grant's House. 

MARSHALL, JAMES, M.B., C.M. 1887. 

Glasgow; Egremont, Cumberland; Glasgow; Halifax, Yorks. 

MARSHALL, JOHN, M.A. 1767. 

"Hibernus" [Grad. Alb.]. 

MARSHALL, JOHN, LL.D. 1876. 

Lord Curriehill, one of the Judges of the Court of Session ; died 5th 
November, 1881, aged 54. 

MARSHALL, JOHN, M.B., CM. 1885. 

Bo'ness ; Bridgend, Glam. 

MARSHALL, JOHN, M.B., C.M. 1896. 

Hamilton; son of John Sommerville Marshall, M.D. (q.v.). 

MARSHALL, JOHN ALBERT, B.L. 1888. 

Writer, Glasgow. 

MARSHALL, JOHN NAIRN, M.B., C.M. 1882, M.D. 1885. 

Glasgow; London; Galston; Rothesay. 



422 ROLL OF GRADUATES 

MARSHALL, JOHN RODERICK, M.B., C.M. 1887. 

Crieff; Silksworth, Durham; Truro, Cornwall; Bo'ness. 

MARSHALL, JOHN SOMMERVILLE, M.D. 1861, C.M. 1863. 

Hamilton. 

MARSHALL, JOHN WILSON, M.A. 1879. 

Classical Lecturer in University College, Aberystwyth ; Snell Exhibitioner, 

1879; B.A. Oxon. 1883; M.A. 1886; Degree Examiner on Classics in Glasgow 

University, 1890-93; Preliminary Examiner on Classics therein, 1893-97; son 

of Alexander Marshall, M.D. 1851 (q.v.). 

MARSHALL, JOSEPH GARIBALDI, M.B., CM. 1885. 

Dumfries; died at Moffat, 4th July, 1896, aged 35. 

MARSHALL, PETER, M.D. 1830. 

"Scotus" [Grad. Alb.]. 

MARSHALL, PETER, M.B., C.M. 1893. 

Glasgow; Umsikaba, Flagstaff, via Kokstad, E. Griqualand, S. Africa; 
Lusikisiki there. 

MARSHALL, ROBERT, M.A. 1749, M.D. 1765. 

Glasgow. 

MARSHALL, ROBERT JAMES, M.B., C.M. 1891, M.D. 1896. 

Girvan ; London ; Huelva, Spain. 

MARSHALL, ROBERT M'FARLANE, M.B., C.M. 1892. 

Glasgow ; Oldham, Lanes. ; Newton Heath there. 

MARSHALL, THEODORE, M.A. 1864. 

Minister of Caputh, 1869-93; Home Mission and Endowment Deputy 
of the Church of Scotland since 1893. 

MARSHALL, THOMAS, M.D. 1822. 

Glasgow (sometime Assistant to his uncle, Professor James Jeffray (q.v.) ; 
Helensburgh; died 2nd August, 1862. 

MARSHALL, THOMAS, M.A. 1888. 

EC. Minister of (i) Loudoun, Ayrshire, (2) Dalziel Church, Motherwell. 

MARSHALL, THOMAS BURNS, M.B., C.M. 1894. 

Longriggend. 

MARSHALL, WILLIAM, C.M. 1826, M.D. 1833. 

"Scotus" [Grad. Alb.]. 

MARSHALL, WILLIAM, M.D. 1861. 

Glasgow ; London. 

MARSHALL, WILLIAM, M.D. 1864, C.M. 1871. 

Braemar ; Crathie (Resident Medical Officer at Balmoral Castle) ; Windsor 
Castle (Resident Medical Attendant to Her Majesty and Royal Family) ; 
Crieff. 



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MARSHALL, WILLIAM, MA. 1881. 

(a) Teacher in Glasgow Public Schools, viz., (i) Kennedy Street, (2) 
Oakbank, (3) Woodside; (l>) Head Master of (i) Wellpark Public School there, 
(2) City Public School there. 

MARSHALL, WILLIAM, M.B., CM. 1887. 

Ebchester, Co. Durham. 

MARSHALL, WILLIAM GRAY, M.A. 1882, M.B., CM. 1884. 

Ship Surgeon ; Glasgow. 

MARSTON. JOHN WESTLAND, LL.D. 1863. 

Dramatic poet and litterateur ; author of The Patrician's Daughter^ etc ; 
born at Boston, Lines., 3oth January, 1819; died at London, 6th January, 1890; 
father of Philip Bourke Marston, the blind poet. 

MARTIN, ALEXANDER, M.A. 1872, B.D. 1875. 

Preacher of the Gospel and private Teacher ; prevented by ill-health from 
taking any fixed charge; residence, Holehouse, Neilston. 

MARTIN, ALEXANDER, M.B., CM. 1880. 

Kirkintilloch ; Govan; Helmsdale; Kirkintilloch; died there, i3th December, 
1895. 

MARTIN, ALLAN, M.A. 1895. 

Student of Medicine. 

MARTIN, DAVID, M.A. 1821. 

" Filius natu minimus Davidis agricolae in parochia de Mullabrack in 
comitatu de Armagh" [Matric. Alb. 1818]. 

MARTIN, GAVIN, M.A, 1858. 

" Fil. nat. tert. Jacobi Agricolae in com. de Lanark" [Matric. Alb. 1854], 

MARTIN, GAVIN HAMILTON, M.A. 1890. 

Teacher, Coatbridge; died 25th June, 1894. 

MARTIN, GEORGE, M.A. 1841. 

"Filius natu 2"* Gulielmi Lictoris apud Glasgow" [Matric. Alb. 1834]. 

MARTIN, JAMES, M.A. 1770. 

"Gulielmi Filius natu maximus Agricolae in Parochia de Billey in Com. 
de Antrim, Hibernia" [Matric. Alb. 1766]. 

MARTIN, JAMES, CM. 1840. 

"Hibernicus" [Grad. Alb.]. 

MARTIN, JAMES, M.A. 1886. 

(i) Teacher in Hutchesons' Grammar School, Glasgow, 1886-91; (2) Teacher 
in Whitehill School, Dennistoun, Glasgow, 1892-96; (3) Cashier in Kinning 
Park Iron Works, Glasgow, since 1896. 

MARTIN, JAMES ALEXANDER, M.D. 1857. 

Glasgow; Caulneld, Victoria, Australia; Melbourne; Cambuslang; died 
i6th November, 1878, aged 43. 



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MARTIN, JOHN, M.A. 1781. 

"Natus in Hibernia filius natu maximus Danielis Agricolae in parochia de 
Billy Comitatu de Antrim" [Matric. Alb. 1779]. 

MARTIN, JOHN, M.B., C.M. 1885. 

Kirkintilloch ; Dalbeattie ; Thome, Yorks. ; Haywood, Lanarkshire ; Kirk- 
intilloch. 

MARTIN, JOHN GIBSON, Ch.B. 1822. 

"Hibernia" [Grad. Alb.]. 

MARTIN, JOHN HOWIE, M.A. 1889, M.B., C.M. 1895. 

Glasgow. 

MARTIN, JOSEPH, M.A. 1810. 

" Filius Natu Maximus Gulielmi in parochia de Anaghlone in comitatu de 
Down in Hyb." [Matric. Alb. 1807]. 

MARTIN, LAURENCE, M.D. 1837. 

Hibernus" [Grad. Alb.]. 

MARTIN, MATTHEW, M.B., C.M. 1882. 

Glasgow. 

MARTIN, ROBERT, M.A. 1760. 

" Filius natu maximus Jacobi quondam Quaestoris Apparatuum Bellicorum 
in Castello Dublinensi" [Matric. Alb. 1759]. 

MARTIN, ROBERT, C.M. 1818. 

" Hibernus " [Grad. Alb.]. 

MARTIN, SAMUEL MACDONALD, M.D. 1835. 

"Scotus" [Grad. Alb.]. 

MARTIN, THOMAS, M.D. 1837. 

Black watertown, Co. Armagh; died previous to 1889. 

MARTIN, THOMAS, M.A. 1868. 

Minister of (i) New Parish, Rothesay, (2) St. Paul's, Dundee, (3) Lauder. 

MARTIN, THOMAS, M.A. 1894. 

Teacher in (i) Napiershall School, Glasgow, (2) Pupil Teachers' Institute 
there; also qualifying for LL.B. Degree. 

MARTIN, THOMAS MILBOURNE, M.B., C.M. 1891. 

Ship Surgeon; Sunderland; South Shields. 

MARTIN, WILLIAM, M.A. 1776. 

"Hibernus" [Grad. Alb.]. 

MARTIN, WILLIAM, M.B., C.M. 1883. 

Kirkintilloch ; Thorne, Yorks. 

MARTIN, WILLIAM, M.A. 1892, B.Sc. 1895. 

M.B., C.M. 1897. 
MARTIN, WILLIAM FERRIER, M.A. 1882, 

U.P. Missionary to (i) Rajputana, India, (2) Jamaica. 



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MARTIN, WILLIAM KIRK, CM. 1819. 

"Hibernus" [Grad. Alb.]. 

MARTYN, HARRY SOMERVILLE, M.A. 1896. 

Student of Theology in Regent's Park (Baptist) College, London, and 
Student of Medicine in Glasgow University. 

MARUCHEAU, JULES MARCUS, M.D. 1844. 

"Filius natu quintus Petri Agricolae in insula de Sanct. Lucia" [Matric. 
Alb. 1837]. 

MARWICK, DAVID WILLIAM, M.A. 1881, LL.B. 1884. 

W.S., Edinburgh; son of Sir James David Marwick, LL.D. (q.v.). 

MARWICK, SIR JAMES DAVID, LL.D. 1878. 

S.S.C. ; Town Clerk of (i) Edinburgh, 186073, (2) Glasgow since 1873; 
K.B. 1888; born 1826. 

MASCART, ELEUTHERE, LL.D. 1896. 

Professor of Physics in the College of France, Paris; Official Head of 
Meteorology in France. 

MASON, ARCHIBALD, M.B., CM. 1896. 

Strathaven. 

MASON, GEORGE, B.A. 1837. 

"Filius natu maximus Joannis jurisconsulti in Killarney et comitatu de 
Kerry" [Matric. Alb. 1831]. 

MASON, HENRY, M.B., CM. 1884, M.D. 1888. 

Glasgow ; Leicester. 

MASON, JAMES, M.D. 1864. 

Barrowden, Rutlandshire ; Sheffield : sometime Lecturer on Botany and 
Physiology in School of Medicine there. 

MASON, MATTHEW, M.D., CM. 1863. 

Cambuslang; Old Kilpatrick; died ist October, 1871. 

MASON, WILLIAM, M.B., CM. 1891. 

Strathaven. 

MASSY, RICHARD TUTHILL, M.D. 1844. 

Worcester; Sydenham ; Surbiton; Wimbledon; Brighton; Redhill, Surrey; 
Brighton; died i7th February, 1886. 

MASTERTON, JOHN, M.B., CM. 1894. 

Glasgow; Hartwood, Lanarkshire. 

MASUDA, REISAKU, B.Sc 1878. 

Engineer, Government Railway Department, Tokio, Japan. 

MATHER, BENJAMIN, MJL 1731. 

Son of Rev. Cotton Mather, D.D., Boston, New England. 



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MATHER, GEORGE RITCHIE, M.D. 1861. 

Glasgow; died (while present at the Annual Dinner of the Faculty of 
Physicians and Surgeons) 2gth November, 1895. 

MATHER, HORATIO, CM. 1826. 

Newton-in-Mackerfield, Lanes. ; died 2oth April, 1864. 

MATHER, MATTHEW, M.D. 1829. 

Glasgow: sometime Medical Superintendent, Earnhill Poorhouse; died 25th 
December, 1863. 

MATHER, ROBERT COTTON, M.A. 1831, LL.D. 1862. 

Congregational Missionary at (i) Calcutta, (2) Benares, (3) Mirzapore, and 
Editor of the Hindustanee Reference Bible; born at New Windsor, Manchester, 
8th November, 1808; died at Finchley, London, 2ist April, 1877. 

MATHER, WILLIAM, M.A. 1821. 

Minister of (i) Stanley, (2) Free Church there; died 2th September, 1877. 

MATHESON, GEORGE, B.A. 1861, M.A. 1862, B.D. 1866. 

Minister of (i) Innellan, (2) St. Bernard's, Edinburgh; D.D. Edin. 1879. 

MATHESON, HUGH, M.A. 1878, B.D. 1886. 

(i) Teacher in Glasgow; (2) F.C. Minister at Lybster since 1887. 

MATHESON, JOHN COLIN, M.B., CM. 1894. 

Salen, Argyllshire; London. 

MATHEWS, JOHN, M.D. 1850. 

Manchester. 

MATHEWS, SAMUEL, M.A. 1812. 

"Fil. n. Tertius Samuelis Agricolae in par. de Irdstraw in comitatu de 
Tyronne" [Matric. Alb. 1809], 

MATHEWS, THOMAS LOWTHER, M.D. 1854. 

Glasgow; Manchester. 

MATHIE, JOHN, M.B., CM. 1888. 

Bilston, Staffs. 

MATHIE, JOHN WILSON, M.B., CM. 1891. 

Glasgow. 

MATHIESON, ALEXANDER LEWIS, M.B., CM. 1886. 

Clachan, Kintyre; Glasgow; Sheffield. 

MATHIESON, GEORGE, M.B., C.M. 1889. 

Clachan, Kintyre ; Tarbert, Argyllshire ; Clachan ; Stafford. 

MATHISON, ALEXANDER, M.A. 1814, D.D. 1837. 

Minister of St. Andrew's Presbyterian Church, Montreal, Canada; born at 
Renton, Dumbartonshire, ist October, 1795; died at Montreal, i4th February, 
1870. 



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MATTHEWS, DAVID, B.Sc. 1879- 

M.B., C.M. Edin. 1880; Ship Surgeon; Glenluce. 

MATTHEWS, JAMES NELSON, M.B., CM. 1890. 

Ship Surgeon ; Cape Colony ; Caistor ; London ; Dromore, Co. Down ; 
London. 

MATTHEWS, NICHOLAS BLAYNEY, CM. 1838, M.D. 1842. 

"Hibernus" [Grad. Alb.]. 

MATTHEWSON, GILBERT, M.A. 1769. 

"Hibernus" [Grad. Alb.]. 

MAUNSELL, HENRY, M.D. 1831. 

Dublin ; sometime Professor of Midwifery in Royal College of Surgeons, 
Ireland ; First Registrar of Branch Medical Council for Ireland ; died 2yth 
September, 1879, aged 73. 

MAYOR, JAMES, M.A. 1871. 

Licentiate of the Free Church ; Principal of private Academy at Pollok- 
shields, Glasgow, 1871-79; born 1828; died 1879. 

MAWHINNY, JOHN, CM. 1838. 

"Hibernus" [Grad. Alb.]. 

MAXTON, JAMES, CM. 1838. 

"Scotus" [Grad. Alb.]. 

MAXTON, JOHN, CM. 1830. 

Surgeon to Calcutta Police and Hospital; Coroner; Surgeon to Customs, etc.; 
Edinburgh; London; Lochwinnoch; Edinburgh; died 6th December, 1882. 

MAXWELL, ANDREW, M.A. 1810. 

"Filius natu Maximus Viri Reverendi Andreae Pastoris apud Ardstraw in 
comitatu de Tyrone" [Matric. Alb. 1805]. 

MAXWELL, DAVID, M.A. 1767. 

"Hibernus" [Grad. Alb.]. 

MAXWELL, DAVID, M.A. 1805. 

Irish Presbyterian Minister at (i) Drumkeen previous to 1812, (2) New- 
townards, 1812-59; died nth October, 1859. 

MAXWELL, HENRY, M.A. 1754. 

" Filius natu 2 dus quondam Roberti Maxwell de Fellowshall in Parochia de 
Tynan in Com. de Armagh" [Matric. Alb. 1749]. 

MAXWELL, JAMES, M.D. 1845. 

Derrylin, Co. Fermanagh; died 1880. 

MAXWELL, JAMES, M.B., C.M. 1882, M.D. 1888. 

Shotts; Tobermory, Mull. 

MAXWELL, JOHN, M.D. 1823. 

Glasgow; gave an affirmation instead of the oath; died 1843. 



428 ROLL OF GRADUATES 

MAXWELL, JOSEPH, M.D. 1832. 

Omagh, Co. Tyrone; died aoth July, 1888, aged 81. 

MAXWELL, PATRICK, M.A. 1751. 

Minister of (i) Gorbals, (2) New Monkland ; died 4th May, 1793. 

MAXWELL, PATRICK, M.A. 1767. 

" Filius natu alter Joannis, Agricolae, in parochia de Ochterairder, in corait. 
de Perth" [Matric. Alb. 1760]. 

MAXWELL, PATRICK, B.A. 1844. 

East India Company's Service; retired as a Major-General. 

MAXWELL, SAMUEL, M.D. 1780. 

"Has practised Physic and Surgery extensively in a Country place" [Uni- 
versity Minute, gth August, 1780], 

MAXWELL, THOMAS, M.A. 1750. 

Minister of Stewarton ; died i3th March, 1796. 

MAXWELL, THOMAS, M.D. 1844. 

Guildford, Surrey. 

MAXWELL, WILLIAM, M.A. 1875. 

Minister of Cardross. 

MAXWELL, SIR WILLIAM STIRLING, BART., LL.D. 1873. 

Of Keir; ninth Baronet; Dean of Faculties in Glasgow University, 1857 

to 1860; Chancellor, 1875 to 1878; M.P. for Perthshire; born at Kenmure, 

near Glasgow, 8th March, 1818; died at Venice, i$th January, 1878; K.T. ; 

D.C.L. Oxon. 1876; LL.D. Edin. 1861. 

MAYBERRY, GEORGE MAHONY, M.D. 1838. 

Kenmare, Co. Kerry; died 1880. 

MAYBURY, THOMAS DUCKETT, M.D. 1838. 

Killarney, Co. Kerry; Tralee, same Co. 

MAYNE, EDWARD, M.A. 1798. 

" Filius natu maximus Jacobi Armigeri de Powis Logic Clackmannan " 
[Matric. Alb. 1794 and 1795]. 

MAYNE, HUGH, M.A. 1815. 

" Filius Natu Minimus Joannis Agricolae in parochia de Saintfield in comitatu 
de Down" [Matric. Alb. 1811]. 

MAYNE, JOHN, M.D. 1837. 

Alloa; Holmes Chapel, Cheshire; Dalton, Lanes.; died 1885. 

MAYNE, JOSEPH, M.A. 1768. 

"Hibernus" [Grad. Alb.]. 

MAYNE, ROBERT GRAY, LL.D. 1867. 

M.D. Leyden; Leeds. 

MAYWOOD, ROBERT, M.D. 1786. 

"Hibernus" [Grad. Alb.]. 



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MAYZS, GEORGE, B.A. 1850, M.A. 1851. 

"Hibernus" [Grad. Alb.]. 
MEADE, PATRICK JOSIAS, C.M. 1825. 

"Hybernus" [Grad. Alb.]. 

MEAGHER, JOHN, M.D. 1787. 

" Tipperariensis in Hibernia" [Grad. Alb.]. 

MEGHAN, ARTHUR, M.B., CM. 1879. 

Haltwhistle, Northumberland; Glasgow. 

MEGHAN, JOSEPH, M.B., C.M. 1887. 

Glasgow; Erith, Kent; London. 

MECREDY, ALEXANDER, M.A. 1766. 

"Hibernus" [Grad. Alb.]. 

MECREDY, ROBERT DEAN WILLS, M.B., C.M. 1879. 

Gosforth, Northumberland; Nettlesworth, Co. Durham. 

MEEK, GEORGE, M.A. 1797. 

"Fil. n. max. Joannis Chirurgi in Vico de Falkirk et Com. de Stirling" 
[Matric. Alb. 1792]. 

MEEK. JAMES, D.D. 1781. 

Preacher in College Chapel, Glasgow, 1763-65 ; Minister of (i) Lesmahagow, 

1766-74, (2) Cambuslang, 1774 to 1810; Dean of Faculties in Glasgow University, 

1780-2, 1784-6, 1788-90, 1792-4, and 1798-1800; died 2ist June, 1810, aged 71. 

MEEK, WILLIAM, D.D. 1802. 

Minister of (i) Torphichen, (2) Hamilton; died 5th February, 1837, aged 64. 

MEEKINGS, JOHN FREDERICK, M.D. 1834. 

Dublin. 

MEESON, HENRY ASHTON, M.D. 1838. 

" Anglus " [Grad. Alb.]. 

MEHARG, ARCHIBALD, M.A. 1800. 

Irish Presbyterian Minister at Stonebridge ; ordained 1804; suspended 1819 

for irregularities; subsequently deposed from the Ministry of the Congregation. 

MEIGHAN, ALEXANDER, M.B., C.M. 1882, M.D. 1884. 

Glasgow; died 1888. 

MEIGHAN, THOMAS SPENCE, M.B., C.M. 1870, M.D. 1874. 

London ; Glasgow (Lecturer on Ophthalmic Surgery in Anderson's College). 

MEIKLE, ANDREW WINGATE, M.A. 1888. 

Electrical Engineer, Glasgow. 

MEIKLE, JAMES, M.A. 1883, B.D. 1886. 

Minister of Alyth since 1897. 

MEIKLE, MATTHEW, M.A. 1855. 

Minister of Fintry; died 28th November, 1895. 



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MEIKLE, WILLIAM, CM. 1825. 

"Scotus" [Grad. Alb.]. 

MEIKLEHAM, DAVID SCOTT, M.D. 1833. 

Son of Professor William Meikleham (q.v.); Snell Exhibitioner, 1822; 

B.A. Oxon. 1826; M.A. 1829; Medical Practitioner in America; born 6th 
January, 1804; died in America at an early age. 

MEIKLEHAM, GEORGE CUNINGHAME, M.D. 1841. 

Inspector-General, Army; born Qth January, 1820; died at Southsea, 
3oth December, 1895 ; son of Professor William Meikleham (q.v.). 

MEIKLEHAM, JOHN, M.A. 1823. 

Graduated as "M'llquham"; U.P. Minister at Grange, Keith; died 
1 2th April, 1879, aged 75. 

MEIKLEHAM, WILLIAM, M.A. 1792, LL.D. 1799. 

Sometime Rector of Ayr Academy; thereafter Professor in the University 
of Glasgow, of (i) Astronomy, 1799 to 1803, (2) Natural Philosophy, 1803 to 
1846; died 7th May, 1846, aged 75; graduated M.A. as "M'llquham." 

MEIKLEHAM, WILLIAM, M.A. 1820, LL.B. 1839. 

Writer in Glasgow; Clerk of College, 1831-44; Clerk of Senate, 1831-45; 
also Factor for Hamilton Bursaries; born 7th February, 1802; went to Canada, 
and died there circa 1851; son of Professor William Meikleham (q.v.). 

MEIKLEJOHN, JOHN, M.A. 1873. 

Minister of (i) U.P. Church, Kirkmuirhill, Lanarkshire, 1874-88, (2) Pres- 
byterian Church, Dorcas Street, South Melbourne. 

MEIKLEM, JAMES, M.A. 1840. 

Minister of Brownfield Mission Church, Glasgow, 1844-69; died July, 1869. 

MEIKLEM, ROBERT, B.A. 1856, M.A. 1857, B.D. 1867. 

Minister of Drumelzier; born i2th October, 1833 ; died 28th December, 1873. 

MELVEN, ANDREW, M.A. 1731. 

Probably the same person as Andrew Melvin, A.M., Library Keeper to 
the University of Glasgow, 1756-57, who died 26th January, 1757 [Univ. 
Minutes, 22nd January, 1756, and ist February, 1757]. 

MELVILL, ROBERT, M.A. 1791. 

"Filius natu Maximus Davidis Mercatoris in Urbe Dublinensi" [Matric. 
Alb. 1788]. 

MELVILL, THOMAS, M.A. 1744. 

Probably the same person as Thomas Melvill, experimental philosopher, 
who died at Geneva, December, 1753. 

MELVILLE, ALEXANDER PATRICK, M.A. 1890. 

W.S., Edinburgh; son of Andrew Melville, D.D. (q.v.). 

MELVILLE, ANDREW, M.A. 1822. 

Unitarian Minister at Ipswich; died about the age of 30. 



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MELVILLE, ANDREW, D.D. 1888. 

Minister of (i) Free Church, Alva, 1865-69, (2) St. Enoch's Free Church, 
Glasgow, 1869-89; Principal Clerk of Free Church General Assembly since 1884; 
Secretary of Sustentation Fund since 1889. 

MELVILLE, PETER, M.A. 1865, B.D. 1869. 

Parish Missionary, Rothesay, 1869; Parish Assistant, Fredericton, New 
Bnmswick, 1870-71; Parish Minister, Georgetown, Prince Edward Island, 1872- 
75; Colony Minister, New Kincardine, New Brunswick, 1876-79; Parish Minister, 
Stanley and Nashwaak, New Brunswick, 1879-81; Parish Minister, St. Columba, 
Hopewell, Nova Scotia, 1881-91 ; Parish Minister of Kendall, Orkney, since 1892. 

MENISH, HENRY, M.D. 1763. 

"Filius natu secundus Gulielmi Chyrurgi in Urbe Wellington Comitatu de 
Somerset" [Matric. Alb. 1757]. 

MENZIES, ALEXANDER M., M.D., CM. 1835. 

"Scotus" [Grad. Alb.]. 

MENZIES, ALLAN, D.D. 1889. 

Minister of Abernyte, 1873-90; Professor of Divinity in St. Mary's College, 
St. Andrews, since 1889; B.D. Edin. 1869. 

MENZIES, DAVID MACKINLAY, M.A. 1886. 

Of the Middle Temple, London. 

MENZIES, JOHN, C.M. 1838. 

Pollokshaws; died 1872. 

MENZIES, JOSEPH HOME, M.B. 1865, M.D. 1867. 

Glasgow; died 1885. 

MENZIES, JOSEPH HUME, M.A. 1895. 

Student of Law. 

MENZIES, PETER SINCLAIR, B.A. 1858, M.A. 1861. 

Minister of (i) High Church, Paisley, (2) St. George's-in-the-Fields, Glasgow, 
(3) Scots Church, Melbourne; born ist November, 1839; died 23rd February, 
1874; son of William Menzies, D.D. 1851 (q.v.). 

MENZIES, THOMAS, C.M. 1822. 

"Scotus" [Grad. Alb.]. 

MENZIES, THOMAS JAMES, M.A. 1881, B.Sc. 1885. 

(i) Science Master in Hutchesons' Grammar School, Glasgow; (2) Head 
Master of Stonelaw Public School, Rutherglen ; (3) Rector of Stranraer Academy, 
Stranraer; (4) Lecturer on Science in St. James's Public School, Glasgow. 

MENZIES, WILLIAM, D.D. 1851. 

Minister of (i) East Church, Greenock, (2) Maybole; died isth April, 1870, 
aged 74. 

MENZIES, WILLIAM, D.D. 1855. 

Minister of Keir, 1827-69; born 9th September, 1797; died 6th November, 
1869. 



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MERCER, ALEXANDER, D.D. 1786. 

Irish Presbyterian Minister at Dungannon, 1772-76; thereafter "Rector of 

a distinguished Academy in the neighbourhood of Dublin" [University Minute]. 

MERCER, ROBERT, M.D. 1824. 

"Hibernus" [Grad. Alb.]. 

MERROW, DAVID SCRIBNER, M.A. 1891, B.D. 1894. 

Licentiate of the Church of Scotland. 

MERRY, GEORGE ROSS, LL.D. 1887. 

Classical Master in Edinburgh Academy, 1870-83 ; Rector of the High 
School of Dundee since 1883; Preliminary Examiner on English in Glasgow 
University, 1892-95; B.A. Oxon. 1870; M.A. 1882. 

MERRY, ROBERT, M.A. 1790. 

Described in University Minute of loth June, 1790, as "a Gentleman of 
distinguished Literature"; doubtless the same person as Robert Merry, dilettante 
(versifier, playwright, and epigrammatist), who in 1791 married Elizabeth Brunton, 
the actress; born in London, April, 1755; died in Baltimore, i4th December, 
1798. 

MERRYLEES, CHARLES JAMES TENNANT, M.A. 1887. 

F.C. Minister at Bainsford, Falkirk. 

MESHAM, WILLIAM ROBERT, M.D. 1826. 

"Anglus" [Grad. Alb.]. 

METCALFE, FRANCIS RALPH, M.D. 1839. 

"Ex Ind. Ori." [Grad. Alb.]. 

METCALFE, WILLIAM, M.A. 1891, B.D. 1892. 

Licentiate of the Church of Scotland. 

MICHELL, HUMPHREY, M.D. 1834. 

Dublin; died 26th September, 1877. 

MICHELL, WILLIAM C, M.D. 1835. 

"Hibernus" [Grad. Alb.]. 

MIDDLETON, ARTHUR STANLEY, M.A. 1895. 

Student of Theology in Glasgow University. 

MIDDLETON, GEORGE, M.A. 1885, B.L. 1891, LL.B. 1892. 

Writer, Glasgow. 

MIDDLETON, GEORGE STEVENSON, M.B., CM. 1876, M.D. 1884. 

M.A. Aberdeen ; Glasgow (Assistant to Professor of Practice of Medicine 
in the University, 1881-92). 

MIDDLETON, JOHN, M.A. 1896. 

Student of Law. 

MIDDLETON, ROBERT WILLIAM, M.B., C.M. 1878. 

Thornhill, Dumfriesshire; London; Southsea. 



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MIDDLETON, THOMAS HUDSON, B.Sc. 1883. 

Professor of Agriculture in Baroda College, Baroda, India, 1889-96; 

Lecturer on Agriculture in University College of Wales, Aberystwyth, since 1896. 

MIDDLETON, WILLIAM, M.D., CM. 1862. 

Mullingar, Co. Westmeath ; Killucan, same Co. 

MIKLES, SAMUEL, M.D. 1742. 

Practitioner in London. 

MILES, CHARLES POPHAM, M.D. 1854. 

Curate of (i) St. Ann, Limehouse, London, 1837-39, (2) St. Luke, Chelsea, 
1839-41, (3) Bishopwearmouth, 1841-43, (4) St. Jude's, Glasgow, 1843-58; Princi- 
pal of Protestant College, Malta, 1858-67; Vicar of Monkwearmouth, 1867-83; 
Honorary Canon of Durham, 1882-91 ; F.L.S. ; died loth July, 1891, aged 81. 

MILES, JOHN, M.A. 1781. 

"(Natus in Hybernia) Filius natu Secundus Joannis Armigeri de Rochestoun 
in parochia de Ardfinnin et comitatu de Tiperary" [Matric. Alb. 1778]. 

MILES, JOHN, M.A. 1796. 

"Hybernus" [Grad. Alb.]. 

MILLAR, ALEXANDER, M.A. 1879. 

Farmer, Huntly Farm, Longforgan. 

MILLAR, ANDREW, M.A. 1883. 

F.C. Minister at Kincardine O'Neil. 

MILLAR, ARTHUR DAVID, M.A. 1888. 

(i) Assistant Classical Master, Ayr Academy; (2) Classical Master, Campbel- 
town Grammar School; (3) Classical Master, Spier's School, Beith. 

MILLAR, DUNCAN M'FADYEN, M.B., C.M. 1893. 

Greenock. 

MILLAR, GAVIN, M.A. 1777. 

"Filius natu quartus Hugonis Agricolae in Parochia de Lesmahago in 
Comitatu de Lanark" [Matric. Alb. 1773]. 

MILLAR, HENRY, M.A. 1731. 

Minister of Neilston, 1737-71; died i3th November, 1771; the originator 
of the inkle manufacture in the parish ; brother of Andrew Millar, the well-known 
London bookseller. 

MILLAR, JAMES, M.A. 1788. 

One of the Physicians of the Dispensary at Edinburgh, and a litterateur 

ot some reputation ; Original Projector and Editor of Encyclopedia Edinensis, 

etc.; M.D. Edin. 1795; born at Ayr, 1762; died of fever at Edinburgh, July, 

1827. 

MILLAR, JAMES, M.D. 1842. 

Glasgow; Gourock ; Edinburgh. 

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MILLAR, JAMES, M.B. 1870, M.D. 1874. 

Paisley; Glasgow; Belford, Northumberland; Warkworth there; died 1886. 

MILLAR, JAMES, M.A. 1879, B.D. 1884. 

Minister of New Cumnock. 

MILLAR, JAMES, M.A. 1896. 

Student of Medicine. 

MILLAR, JAMES BINNIE, M.B., C.M. 1893. 

Newmains ; Overtown. 

MILLAR, JAMES GARDNER, M.A. 1876. 

LL.B. Edin. 1880; Advocate, Edinburgh. 

MILLAR, JOHN, B.A. 1844. 

"Filius natu maximus Gul. Millar, Agricolae in com. de Londonderry, 
Hibernus" [Maine. Alb. 1838]. 

MILLAR, JOHN, LL.D. 1876. 

Advocate; one of the Judges of the Court of Session, under title of Lord 
Craighill; died at Edinburgh, 22nd September, 1888, aged 71. 

MILLAR, JOHN NELSON, M.B., C.M. 1871. 

Glasgow; Wombwell, Yorks. 

MILLAR, PETER KERR, M.A. 1886. 

Belonged to Paisley; intended for the Ministry; died isth January, 1887, 
aged 23. 

MILLAR, RICHARD, M.D. 1789. 

Of Wellhouse; Teacher of Materia Medica in the University of Glasgow, 
(i) as Lecturer, 1791 to 1831, (2) as Professor, 1831 to 1833; died 1833. 

MILLAR, THOMAS, M.A. 1800. 

"Filius natu quartus Alexandri, agricolae apud Kiltinny, in parochia de 
Macosquin, in comitatu de Derry in Hibernia" [Matric. Alb. 1799]. 

MILLAR, WILLIAM, M.A. 1741. 

"F. Gul. Millar in paroch. de Kilmaurs in Cornit. Air" [Matric. Alb. 1737]. 

MILLAR, WILLIAM, M.A. 1760. 

"Filius natu max. Gulielmi, Glasgua Civis" [Matric. Alb. 1754]- 

MILLAR, WILLIAM, M.D. 1767. 

"Of Antigua, who is at present in Glasgow" [Univ. Minute, i7th November, 
1767]. 

MILLAR, WILLIAM, C.M. 1827. 

Ahoghill, Co. Antrim; died 7th August, 1863. 

MILLAR, WILLIAM, M.B., C.M. 1886. 

Glasgow ; Ship Surgeon ; Tottenham, Middlesex. 

MILLEN, EBENEZER, B.A. 1854, M.A. 1855. 

Teacher, Glasgow. 



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MILLER, ALEXANDER, M.A. 1880. 

Minister of St. Andrew's Scots Presbyterian Church, Sydney, New South 
Wales. 

MILLER, ALFRED EDWARD, M.B., CM. 1885. 

Helensburgh ; Douglas, Isle of Man ; Laxey there. 

MILLER, ARTHUR WILLIAM, M.B., C.M. 1890. 

Glasgow ; Ship Surgeon ; Glasgow ; London. 

MILLER, DAVID, M.A. 1878. 

F.C. Minister at Stranraer. 

MILLER, DAVID, M.A. 1885, B.L. 1888, LL.B. 1889. 

Writer, Glasgow. 

MILLER, DAVID RAMSAY, M.B., C.M. 1893. 

Ship Surgeon ; Glasgow. 

MILLER, DONALD, M.A. 1866. 

F.C. Minister at Genoa. 

MILLER, EBENEZER, M.A. 1823. 

(i) Tutor for four years in the Independent Seminary at Blackburn; (2) 
Minister of the Independent Congregation, Old Gravel Lane, London, 1827-31 ; 
(3) Head of London Missionary Society Institution for training of Missionaries, 
1831-39; (4) Minister of the English Congregation at Rotterdam, 1839-46; (5) 
F.C. Missionary at Cape Town, 1846-50; (6) F.C. Missionary at Chinsurah, India, 
1850-57; died on voyage to Australia for his health, 26th March, 1857, aged 78. 

MILLER, EDWARD, M.A. 1896. 

F.C. Minister at Newtyle since 1896. 

MILLER, GEORGE, M.B., CM. 1887. 

Mothenvell ; Willington, Durham ; Salford, Lanes. 

MILLER, HARRY COLIN, M.A. 1883. 

Organist of Skelmorlie U.P. Church, and Teacher and Lecturer on Acoustics 

and History of Music in the Glasgow Athenaeum School of Music ; Euing 

Lecturer on Music in Glasgow and West of Scotland Technical College; Mus. 

Bac. Lond. 1888. 

MILLER, HENRY, M.A., M.D. 1752. 

Surgeon in Kirkcaldy. 

MILLER, HENRY, M.A. 1769. 

Possibly the same person as Henry Miller, Presbyterian Minister at 
Glendermot, Co. Derry, 1776 to 1820, and who died ist January, 1821. 

MILLER, HUGH, M.D. 1861. 

Bombay. 

MILLER, HUGH, M.D. 1864. 

Glasgow; died 5th January, 1888, aged 53. 



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MILLER, HUGH, M.B., C.M. 1871, M.D. 1875. 

Birkenhead; died at Rowallan, Saltcoats, 28th October, 1892, aged 47. 

MILLER, HUGH, M.A. 1878. 

F.C. Minister at Shandon. 

MILLER, HUGH, M.A. 1887. 

Teacher in (i) Kinning Park Public School, Glasgow, (2) Harmony Row 
Public School, Govan, (3) Bellahouston Academy. 

MILLER, JAMES, M.D. 1803. 

"Scotus" [Grad. Alb.]. 

MILLER, JAMES, B.A. 1853. 

"Fil. nat. max. Jacobi vinarii in Middlesex" [Matric. Alb. 1850]. 

MILLER, JAMES, M.D., C.M. 1862. 

Beith; London; died ;th August, 1882, aged 43. 

MILLER, JAMES, M.B., C.M. 1882, M.D. 1894. 

Dundee. 

MILLER, JAMES CARLILE, B.Sc. 1890. 

Manufacturing Chemist, Glasgow. 

MILLER, JAMES HENDERSON, M.A. 1881. 

(a) Teacher in F.C. Normal School, Glasgow; (b] Head Master of (i) School 
in Irvine, (2) Partick Academy, (3) Rockvilla Public School, Glasgow, (4) Well- 
park Public School there. 

MILLER, JAMES ROBERT M'CHEYNE, M.A. 1887, M.B., C.M. 1893. 

Glasgow. 

MILLER, JOHN, M.A. 1824. 

"F. n. 7 raus Jacobi Artif. Kilmaurs, Ayr" [Matric. Alb. 1820]. 

MILLER, JOHN, M.A. 1834. 

"Scoticus" [Grad. Alb.]. 

MILLER, JOHN, M.D. 1844. 

Rothesay. 

MILLER, JOHN, M.A. 1861. 

F.C. Minister at Duns. 

MILLER, JOHN, M.B., C.M. 1872, M.D. 1876. 

Morpeth ; Glasgow. 

MILLER, JOHN, M.B., C.M. 1891. 

Lancaster ; Stewarton ; Harthill. 

MILLER, JOHN, M.A. 1896. 

Classical and English Master in Ladyland School, Maybole. 

MILLER, JOHN FRAME, M.A. 1885. 

F.C. Minister at Millerston. 



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MILLER, JOHN HAMILTON, M.A. 1884. 

English Presbyterian Minister at Belford. 

MILLER, JOHN HARRY, M.A. 1893. 

F.C. Minister at Elie, Fife. 

MILLER, JOHN LINDSAY, M.D. 1878. 

Launceston, Tasmania; J.P. ; Melbourne. 

MILLER, JOHN MOIR, M.B., CM. 1882. 

London ; Glasgow ; Largs. 

MILLER, MATTHEW, M.A. 1824. 

"F. n. 2 ndus Jacobi Mercatoris, Glasgow" [Matric. Alb. 1820]. 

MILLER, OLIVER, M.A. 1837. 

"Hibernus" [Grad. Alb.]. 

MILLER, ROBERT, CM. 1832. 

London; Gait, Canada; London; died i6th January, 1894, aged 87. 

MILLER, ROBERT, M.B., C.M. 1880, M.D. 1884. 

Ship Surgeon ; Glasgow ; Hull ; Blackpool ; London. 

MILLER, ROBERT, M.A. 1887, M.B., C.M. 1889. 

Dundee. 

MILLER, ROBERT ALEXANDER, M.B., CM. 1885. 

Coatbridge ; Lossiemouth ; Edinburgh. 

MILLER, ROBERT CRAIG, M.B., CM. 1886. 

Ship Surgeon ; Bury, Lanes. ; Dervock, Co. Antrim. 

MILLER, ROBERT GIBSON, M.B., C.M. 1884. 

Glasgow. 

MILLER, ROBERT KALLEY, M.A. 1862. 

Fellow, etc., of St. Peter's, Cambridge, and Professor of Mathematics at the 
Royal Naval College, Greenwich ; Degree Examiner on Mathematics in Glasgow 
University, 1868-71; died circa 1890. 

MILLER, ROBERT KING, M.B., C.M. 1895. 

Glasgow. 

MILLER, THOMAS, M.A. 1824. 

"Scotus" [Grad. Alb.]. 

MILLER, THOMAS, C.M. 1825. 

Beith; died 1874. 

MILLER, THOMAS, M.B., C.M. 1875. 

Bridge of Allan; Lennoxtown. 

MILLER, THOMAS, M.A. 1887. 

Teacher in (i) Crosshill Public School, Strathaven, 1886-89, (2) Morgan 
Academy, Dundee, 1889-97; drowned at the Cliffs, near Arbroath, i7th April, 
1897, while attempting to rescue a boy who had fallen into the sea. 



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MILLER, THOMAS HUGH, M.A. 1873. 

(i) Mathematical Master at Wesley College, Sheffield; (2) Lecturer on 
Mathematics and Physics at the Training College, Isleworth, Middlesex. 

MILLER, WALTER, M.D. 1794. 

"Jamaica" [Grad. Alb.]. 

MILLER, WILLIAM DUNCAN, M.B., C.M. 1895. 

F.C. Medical Missionary to Aden. 

MILLER, WILLIAM GALBRAITH, M.A. 1872, LL.B. 1875. 

Sometime Writer, Glasgow, now Advocate, Edinburgh ; Lecturer in Glasgow 
University on (a) Public Law since 1878, (b} Philosophy of Law since 1893, (c} 
International Private Law since 1894. 

MILLER, WILLIAM HARTE, M.D. 1850. 

Epping, Victoria, Australia; Seacombe, Cheshire; Civil Surgeon, India; 
Newstead, Victoria, Australia; Wangaratta there; Dromana there; died 6th 
January, 1881, aged 50. 

MILLER, WILLIAM JAMES SOMMERVILLE, M.A. 1896. 

Student of Theology in Glasgow University. 

MILLER, WILLIAM MITCHELL, B.Sc. 1881. 

Civil and Mining Engineer, Edinburgh. 

MILLIGAN, GEORGE, D.D. 1853. 

Sometime Assistant to Josiah Walker, Professor of Humanity in Glasgow 
University; thereafter (1832-58) Minister of Elie; died i5th October, 1858, 
aged 66. 

MILLIGAN, JAMES, M.A. 1875. 

Head Master of (i) Mitchell School, Glasgow, 1866-75, ( 2 ) London Road 
Public School there, 1875-78, (3) Garnethill School there (now Glasgow High 
School for Girls) since 1878; Degree Examiner on Education in Glasgow Uni- 
versity since 1895. 

MILLIGAN, JOHN, M.A. 1836. 

Parochial Teacher, Dunscore, 1829-48; Minister of (i) Corsock, 1848-55, (2) 
Twynholm, 1855-75; born 26th May, 1810 ; died i6th June, 1875. 

MILLIGAN, WILLIAM, M.A. 1800. 

"Filius n. Max. Archibaldi Artificis, Sanquhar, Dumfries" [Matric. Alb. 
1796]. 

MILLING, JOHN THOMAS, M.D. 1843. 

"Hibernus" [Grad. Alb.]. 

MILLS, HUGH, M.A. 1814. 

Irish Presbyterian Minister at Moville, 1824-32; died 2ist November, 
1832. 

MILLS, JOHN, M.A. 1865. 

Minister of St. Matthews, Dundee. 



ROLL OF GRADUATES 439 

MILNE, THOMAS, C.M. 1819. 

"Scotus" [Grad. Alb.]. 

MILNE, THOMAS, M.D. 1860. 

Glasgow ; Surgeon, R.N. ; Ferryhill, Durham ; Glasgow ; Cumbernauld ; died 
28th May, 1880. 

MILNE, THOMAS, B.D. 1886. 

Minister of Lethendy and Kinloch; M.A. Aberdeen, 1883. 

MILNE, WILLIAM, D.D. 1820. 

Missionary to China, and President of the Chinese College ; born in Aber- 
deenshire, 1785 ; died at Malacca, ayth May, 1822. 

MILNE, WILLIAM, M.A. 1863. 

Minister; only known addresses, as per General Council Registers, (i) 
Netherrop, Alexandria, (2) 3 Kinning Street, Glasgow, (3) 16 Wellington Street 
there; supposed to have gone to Australia, and died there. 

MILROY, ADAM, M.A. 1848, D.D. 1879. 

Minister of (i) Logic- Almond, (2) Moneydie. 

MILROY, WILLIAM LISTON, M.A, 1882. 

Minister of Abernyte. 

MIRRLEES, WILLIAM JULIUS, B.Sc. 1882. 

Engineer in (i) Glasgow, (2) Tangaat, Natal, South Africa. 

MITCHEL, DAVID, M.A. 1844. 

Irish Presbyterian Minister at Buncrana, Co. Donegal, 1850-70; Free Church 
Minister at Cadiz and Jerez, Spain, 1870-71; Irish Presbyterian Minister at 
(a) Port of Ponta Delgada, St. Michael's, The Azores, 1873-74, (b} Kilkenny, 
1877-79, (c) Tullamore, King's Co., 1879-80, (d] Warrenpoint, Co. Down, since 
1880; nephew of John Mitchell, M.A. 1797 (q.v.). 

MITCHELL, ALEXANDER, M.D. 1842. 

Glasgow; died at Bath, 8th August, 1891. 

MITCHELL, ALEXANDER, M.B., C.M. 1873, M.D. 1876. 

Glasgow ; Canisbay, Caithness-shire ; Ramsgate ; Great Yarmouth ; London. 

MITCHELL, ALEXANDER, M.A. 1879. 

F.C. Minister at Linlithgow. 

MITCHELL, ALEXANDER FERRIER, LL.D. 1892. 

Professor in St. Mary's College, St. Andrews, of (i) Hebrew and Oriental 
Languages, 1848-68, (2) Divinity and Church History, 1868-94, when retired; 
D.D. St. Andrews, 1862. 

MITCHELL, ALEXANDER MONCRIEFF, M.A. 1881, LL.B. 1884. 

Writer in Glasgow; partner of Firm of Mitchells, Johnston Co., Law 
Agents for the University. 



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MITCHELL, ALEXANDER OSWALD, B.A. 1840. 

Writer in Glasgow ; partner of Firms of Mitchell, Henderson & Mitchell, 
etc., Law Agents for the University; son of Andrew Mitchell, M.A. 1794 (q.v.) ; 
died 25th March, 1875, aged 55. 

MITCHELL, ANDREW, M.A. 1794. 

Of Maulside, Writer in Glasgow; partner of Firms of Grahame & Mitchell, 
etc., Law Agents for the University; born igth October, 1774; died i5th July, 
1845; son of Andrew Mitchell, Anti-Burgher Minister of Beith. 

MITCHELL, ANDREW, M.A. 1818. 

"Filius natu minimus Obadiae Mitchel in parochia de Maghera in comitatu 
de Deny" [Matric. Alb. 1814} 

MITCHELL, ANDREW, B.A. 1840. 

Writer in Glasgow; partner of Firms of Mitchell, Henderson & Mitchell, etc., 
Law Agents for the University; son of Andrew Mitchell, M.A. 1794 (q.v.). 



MITCHELL, ANDREW ACWORTH, M.A. 1884, LL.B. 

Writer in Glasgow ; sometime partner of Firm of Mitchells, Johnston & Co., 
Law Agents for the University; son of John Oswald Mitchell, B.A., LL.D. (q.v.). 

MITCHELL, ANDREW RONALD, M.B., CM. 1889. 

Glasgow. 

MITCHELL, COLIN GILLESPIE, M.A. 1833. 

Writer in Glasgow ; partner of Firms of Mitchell, Grahame & Mitchell, etc., 
Law Agents for the University; born 22nd July, 1814; died 7th January, 1847; 
son of John Mitchell, D.D. 1837 (q.v.). 

MITCHELL, DUGALD, M.B., CM. 1879, M.D. 1894. 

Tillicoultry ; Renton; Rothesay. 

MITCHELL, EBENEZER, M.A. 1894. 

Student of Medicine. 

MITCHELL, GEORGE ARTHUR, M.A. 1880. 

Coalmaster, Glasgow. 

MITCHELL, GRAHAM, LL.D. 1848. 

Assistant Accountant in the General Excise Office, 1813-24; Minister of 
Whitburn, 1824-69; died 25th September, 1869. 

MITCHELL, HUGH, M.A. 1770. 

For some years Master of the Grammar School, Greenock ; in 1784 presented 
to the Ministerial charge of Eaglesham, but, "being exceedingly unacceptable," 
exchanged with Rev. Alex. Uobie for Parish of Glasford, 1785; ordained thereto, 
1786; resigned in 1794, as he held French Revolution principles and was opposed 
to Church connection with the State ; became Master of an English and French 
Academy in Glasgow; at peace of Amiens visited France, and, with wife and 
daughter, made prisoner by Buonaparte, and carried to Verdun ; died 6th 
December, 1815. 



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MITCHELL, JAMES, M.A. 1823, LL.D. 1874. 

Writer in Glasgow ; partner of Firms of Mitchell, Grahame & Mitchell, etc., 
Law Agents for the University; born ist December, 1804; died 3rd November, 
1882; son of John Mitchell, D.D. 1837 (q.v.). 

MITCHELL, JAMES BARR, M.D. 1838. 

London; Paris; died 2gth August, 1887, aged 69. 

MITCHELL, JAMES DENNISTOUN, B.Sc. 1874. 

Of Carwood, Biggar; B.A., B.C.L. Oxon. ; LL.B. Edin. 1885; J.P., D.L. 

MITCHELL, JAMES DONALD, M.A. 1896. 

Student of Theology in Glasgow University. 

MITCHELL, JOHN, M.A. 1787, D.D. 1837. 

Minister of Relief Church at (i) Anderston, Glasgow, 1793-1828, (2) Welling- 
ton Street, Glasgow, 1828-44; Professor of Biblical Literature to United Associate 
Synod, 1825-42; died 25th January, 1844, aged 76; son of Andrew Mitchell, 
Anti-Burgher Minister of Beith. 

MITCHELL, JOHN, M.D. 1787. 

" Caroliniensis " [Grad. Alb.]. 

MITCHELL, JOHN, M.A. 1797. 

Presbyterian Minister at (i) Scriggan, 1805-19, (2) Deny, 1819-23, (3) 
Newry, 1823-29, when he avowed himself a Unitarian, and left the Synod of 
Ulster; died 28th February, 1840; father of John Mitchell, the "Young Ire- 
lander." 

MITCHELL, JOHN, CM. 1828. 

Probably Mauchline. 

MITCHELL, JOHN, M.D., CM. 1864. 

New Mills, Derbyshire; Barnard Castle, Durham; Silloth; J.P. 

MITCHELL, JOHN COLIN, B.A. 1860, M.A. 1861. 

Writer in Glasgow ; partner of Firms of Mitchells, Macnie & Cowan, etc., 

Law Agents for the University ; son of Colin Gillespie Mitchell, M.A. 1 833 (q.v.). 

MITCHELL, JOHN OSWALD, B.A. 1849, LL.D. 1894. 

Merchant in Glasgow; son of Andrew Mitchell, M.A. 1794 (q.v.). 

MITCHELL, JOHN PATRICK, B.Sc. 1874, M.A. 1876. 

U.P. Minister at (i) Cupar-Fife, (2) Davidson Church, Edinburgh. 

MITCHELL, JOHN PETER, B.L. 1892. 

Solicitor, Comrie. 

MITCHELL, ROBERT, B.Sc. 1886. 

Mathematical and Science Master in (i) Kilmarnock Academy, (2) Lenzie 
Academy. 

MITCHELL, THOMAS, M.A. 1812. 

" Filius Natu Secundus Thomae Mercatoris apud Ballymoney in comitatu de 
Antrim" [Matric. Alb. 1809]. 



442 ROLL OF GRADUATES 

MITCHELL, THOMAS, M.D. 1835. 

"Jamaica" [Grad. Alb.]. 

MITCHELL, TRAFFORD, M.B., CM. 1885, M.D. 1889. 

Ship Surgeon; Tarbert, Lochfyne; Gorseinon, Glam. 

MITCHELL, WILLIAM, M.A. 1850. 

Presbyterian Minister at Ballyblack, Newtonards. 

MITCHELL, WILLIAM, M.A. 1883. 

Second Master in the Church of Scotland Normal School, Glasgow, since 
1883. 

MITCHELL, WILLIAM, M.A. 1891. 

Teacher in (i) Glencairn Street School, Kilmarnock, (2) Loudon Street 
School, Irvine. 

MITCHELL, WILLIAM CHISHOLM, M.A. 1896. 

Student of Theology in F.C. College, Glasgow. 

MITCHELL, WILLIAM JAMES, M.A. 1883, B.L. 1887. 

Writer, Glasgow. 

MITCHELL, WILLIAM THOMAS, M.A. 1883. 

Barrister, Queensland. 

MITTER, JAMES TARINI COOMAR, M.B., C.M. 1887. 

Calcutta; died there, 2nd October, 1888, aged 27. 

MOFFAT, DAVID, M.B., C.M. 1884. 

Campbeltown; Paisley; Glasgow. 

MOFFAT, JAMES, M.B., C.M. 1869. 

Howdon-on-Tyne ; Gatehouse-of-Fleet ; Kirkcudbright. 

MOFFAT, JAMES, M.B., C.M. 1893. 

Glasgow. 

MOFFAT, THOMAS DRYDEN, M.B., C.M. 1890. 

Glasgow. 

MOFFAT, WILLIAM, M.D. 1840. 

Belfast. 
MOFFAT, WILLIAM, M.A. 1887, B.D. 1890. 

Minister of Elgin. 

MOFFAT, WILLIAM DOUGLAS, M.A. 1888. 

U.P. Minister at (i) Alva, (2) Rose Street, Edinburgh. 

MOFFATT, ALEXANDER, M.A. 1884, LL.B. 1888. 

Advocate, Edinburgh. 

MOFFATT, JAMES, M.A. 1890, B.D. 1894. 

Minister of the Free Church at Dundonald since 1896. 
MOFFATT, ROBERT, M.B., C.M. 1875, M.D. 1878. 

Glasgow; Belfast; Glasgow; died 22nd June, 1879, a g e( * 2 4- 



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MOFFATT, WILLIAM, M.A. 1883. 

Teacher in (i) Ayr Academy, 1880-81, (2) Church Street Public School, 

Partick, 1881-83, (3) Albert Road Public School, Pollokshields, 1883-85, (4) 

Billhead Public School, Glasgow, 1885-88; Head Master of Stonelaw Public 

School, Rutherglen, since 1888. 

MOFFETT, JAMES, M.A. 1766. 

"Filius natu Secundus Samuelis Mercatoris in Parochia de Loughanisland 
in Com. de Downe" [Matric. Alb. 1762]. 

MOFFITT, JAMES, M.D., C.M. 1820. 

"Hibernus" [Grad. Alb.]. 

MOIR, JAMES, M.B., C.M. 1875. 

Glasgow ; Auckland, New Zealand. 

MOIR, JOHN, M.A. 1870, B.D. 1874. 

U.P. Minister at Cairneyhill, Fifeshire; died there, 4th July, 1895. 

MOIR, JOHN, M.B. 1877. 

Native of Strathblane; died there about a month after graduating. 

MOIR, ROBERT WALKER, M.B., CM. 1891. 

Glasgow; South Shields; Longcroft, by Bonnybridge; Aberchirder, Banff- 
shire. 

MOIR, WILLIAM BROWN, M.B., C.M. 1879, M.D. 1881. 

London ; Maybole ; Fort-William ; Glasgow. 

MOISSAN, HENRI, LL.D. 1896. 

Professor of Toxicology in the University of Paris. 

MOLESWORTH, THOMAS EDWARD, M.D. 1837. 

Surgeon, R.N. ; Porchester, Hants.; died iyth April, 1873, aged 59. 

MOLESWORTH, WILLIAM NASSAU, LL.D. 1883. 

Curate at Rochdale, 1839-41 ; Incumbent of St. Andrew's, Ancoats, Man- 
chester, 1841-44; Incumbent of St. Clement, Spotland, near Rochdale, 1844-89; 
an intimate friend of John Bright (q.v.); born at Millbrook, near Southampton, 
8th November, 1816; died at Rochdale, igth December, 1890. 

MOLLART, JOHN SUMMERFIELD, C.M. 1826. 

Congleton, Cheshire. 

MOLLISON, HECTOR ALEXANDER, B.Sc. 1894. 

Mechanical and Marine Engineer at Clydebank, Glasgow. 
MOLLOY, JAMES, M.A. 1766. 

" Filius natu secundus Caroli in parochia quondam de Mucknow, Comitatu 
de Monaghan, Hib." [Matric. Alb. 1764]. 

MOLLOY, KEDO JOHN, M.D. 1836. 

"Hybernus" [Grad. Alb.]. 

MOLLOY, WILLIAM, M.D. 1836. 

Milford, Co. Donegal; died 23rd April, 1858. 



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MOLLOY, WILLIAM T., M.D. 1839. 

MONCRIEFF, BARON, LL.D. 1879. 

Of Tullibole, Lord Justice-Clerk and President of Second Division of Court 

of Session ; previously Sol. Gen. and Lord Adv. ; Dean of Faculties in Glasgow 

Univ., 1860-63; M.P. for (i) Leith Burghs, (2) Edin., (3) Univ. of Glasgow and 

Aberdeen; P.C. ; born zpth Nov., 1811; died 27th April, 1895. 

MONCRIEFF, HUGH, B.L. 1879. 

Writer, Glasgow. 

MONCRIEFF-WELLWOOD, SIR HENRY, BART., D.D. 1785. 

Of Tullibole, Minister of (i) Blackford, and (2) St. Cuthbert's, Edinburgh; 
born at Blackford, 6th February, 1750; died at Edinburgh, gth August, 1827. 

MONILAWS, GEORGE HOPE, D.D. 1866. 

Minister of (i) Tulliallan, (2) Peebles; died 27th January, 1870, aged 65. 

MONRO, DAVID BINNING, LL.D. 1883. 

Tutor of Oriel College, Oxford, 1861-82; Vice-Provost thereof, 1874-82; 

Provost thereof since 1882; Snell Exhibitioner, 1854; B.A. Oxon. 1858; M.A. 
1862. 

MONRO, GEORGE, M.A. 1798. 

"Fil. n. max. Gulielmi Artificis in paroch. suburbana Glasguensis" [Matric. 
Alb. 1793]. 

MONRO, JAMES DONALD RAE, M.A. 1889, M.B., CM. 1892. 

Ship Surgeon; Glasgow; London; Birkenhead ; Hounslow, Middlesex. 

MONRO, THOMAS, D.D. 1867. 

Minister of (i) Fala and Soutra, 1842-43, (2) Campsie, 1843-79; born 8th 
January, 1810; died 25th November, 1879. 

MONRO, THOMAS KIRKPATRICK, M.A. 1884, M.B., C.M. 1888, M.D. 1895. 

Arbroath ; Glasgow ; Degree Examiner on Pathology in the University 
since ist January, 1897. 

MONRO, WILLIAM MUNGALL, C.M. 1834. 

"Filius natu Secundus Alexandri Jurisconsulti in com. de Stirling" [Matric. 
Alb. 1828]. 

MONTEAGLE, HENRY WARD BEECHER, M.B., C.M. 1886, M.D. 1889. 

Ashton-under-Lyne; Manchester. 

MONTEAGLE, HUGH SPIERS MOORE, B.L. 1877. 

Solicitor, Edinburgh ; graduated as " M'Moneagle." 

MONTEATH, GEORGE CUNNINGHAM, M.A. 1805, M.D. 1808. 

Surgeon to Lord Lovaine's Northumberland Regiment of Militia, 1809-13 ; 
thereafter Surgeon, Oculist, and Lecturer on Practical Anatomy in Glasgow; 
born 4th December, 1788; died 25th January, 1828; son of John Monteath, 
M.A. and D.D. (q.v.); married Miss Cunninghame of Craigends, who afterwards 
became Duchess of Argyll. 



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MONTEATH, JAMES, MA. 1808. 

Writer, Glasgow; died 8th July, 1857, aged 67; son of John Monteath, 
M.A., D.D. (q.v.). 

MONTEATH, JOHN, MA. i?33- 

Minister of (i) Killallan, 1748-71, (2) Houston, 1771-96; died 6th February, 
1796, aged 80. 

MONTEATH, JOHN, MA. 1770, D.D. 1820. 

Minister of (i) Dunfennline Chapel of Ease, 1780-81, (2) Houston, 1781-85, 
(3) Neilston, 1785-97, (4) Houston again, 1797-1843; died i8th January, 1843, 
aged 91; son of John Monteath, M.A. (q.v.); Degree of D.D. conferred in 
consequence of a letter from the Earl of Glasgow, staring that such would "be 
agreeable to himself and Mr. Muir of Caldwell" [Univ. Minute, ist August, 1820]. 

MONTEATH, JOHN, MA. 1804, M.D. 1808. 

Surgeon in the H.E.I.C.S. ; son of John Monteath, M.A., D.D. (q.v.). 

MONTEATH, JOHN, M.D. 1825. 

Surgeon in Perth, and Physician to the County Prison there; died 2oth 
September, 1847, aged 56. 

MONTEATH, ROBERT KNOX, B.A. 1846. 

Minister of Hutchesontown, Glasgow ; son of James Monteath, M.A. (q.v.). 

MONTFORT, HENRY, M.D. 1850. 

Fenagh, Co. Carlow. 

MONTGOMERIE, ARCHIBALD, M.D. 1848. 

Glasgow; died 26th May, 1864, aged 45. 

MONTGOMERIE, ARCHIBALD, LL.D. 1866. 

Mathematical Master in Ayr Academy; afterwards (1858-71) Rector of 

Greenock Academy; thereafter Teacher in Glasgow; subsequently went to Canada. 

MONTGOMERIE, JAMES, M.D., CM. 1824. 

Probably Irvine 

MONTGOMERIE, WILLIAM, M.A. 1736. 

" F. Gulielmi Montgomery in Beoch de Maybole in Ballivatu de Carrick " 
[Matric. Alb. 1730]. 

MONTGOMERY, ARCHIBALD NICOL, M.B., C.M. 1884, M.D. 1889. 

Glasgow. 

MONTGOMERY. CHARLES, CM. 1823. 

"Hibernus" [Grad. Alb.]. 

MONTGOMERY, GEORGE, M.D. 1732. 

Glasgow; died 3151 July, 1778, aged 73 [Glasgow Mercury, 6th August, 
1778]. 

MONTGOMERY, GEORGE, M.D. 1816. 

"Apothecary to the Forces" [Univ. Minute, 3oth March, 1816]. 



446 ROLL OF GRADUATES 

MONTGOMERY, GEORGE, M.D. 1851. 

Dublin; died 4th November, 1869, aged 54. 

MONTGOMERY, HENRY, M.A. 1807, LL.D. 1833. 

Minister of the Presbyterian Congregation of Dunmurry, Co. Antrim, 1809-65; 
Head Master of the English School, Royal Academical Institution, Belfast, 
1817-39; Professor of Church History and Pastoral Theology to Association of 
Irish Non-Subscribing Presbyterians, 1838-65; bom i6th January, 1788; died 
1 8th December, 1865. 

MONTGOMERY, HUGH, M.D. 1837. 

" Hibernicus " [Grad. Alb.]. 

MONTGOMERY, JAMES BARCLAY, M.D. 1851. 

Penzance; J.P. 

MONTGOMERY, JOHN, M.A. 1818. 

Irish Presbyterian Minister at Glenwherry, 1825-69; died 22nd July, 1869. 

MONTGOMERY, JOHN, M.D. 1829. 

Harbury, Warwickshire; Southam, Warwickshire; Bewdley, Wore.; died 1866. 

MONTGOMERY, JOHN, M.A. 1838- 

Assistant Minister (ordained) of Arbroath Parish, 1838-43; Free Church 
Minister at Innerleithen, 1844-66; latterly engaged in literary work. 

MONTGOMERY, ROBERT, M.A. 1875, B.D. 1877. 

Minister of Muirkirk. 

MONTGOMERY, ROBERT GILES, M.D. 1838. 

"Hibernus" [Grad. Alb.]. 

MONTGOMERY, THOMAS, M.A. 1811. 

"Filius natu tertius Roberti Armigeri de Auchentiber in parochia de 
Kilwinning" [Matric. Alb. 1806]. 

MONTGOMERY, WILLIAM M'GILCHRIST, M.B., C.M. 1896. 

Saltcoats. 

MONTROSE, DUKE OF, LL.D. 1804. 

Third Duke ; was successively M.P. for Richmond and Great Bedwin, a 
Lord of the Treasury, Paymaster of the Forces, Master of the Horse, Lord 
Justice-General of Scotland, Lord-Lieutenant of Stirling and Dumbartonshires, 
President of Board of Trade, and Joint Postmaster-General; was Chancellor 
of Glasgow University, 1781 to 1836; K.G., K.T., P.C. ; born 8th September, 
1755; died 3oth December, 1836. 

MOODIE, JAMES, M.A. 1893. 

Teacher in Barrowfield Public School, Glasgow. 

MOODIE, JOHN, D.D. 1786. 

Clergyman in Dublin. 

MOODIE, JOHN, M.A. 1860. 

Minister of (i) Chryston, (2) Kippen ; died i2th January, 1889, aged 53. 



ROLL OF GRADUATES 447 

MOODIE, ROBERT, D.D. 1799. 

Minister of Clackmannan and Chaplain of Stirling Castle; died 30th April, 
1832. 
MOODY, ALEXANDER. See MOODY-STUART. 

MOODY, ANDREW, B.A. 1857. 

F.C. Missionary to the Jews at (i) Pesth, (2) Prague, (3) Pesth again. 

MOODY, CAMPBELL NAISMITH, M.A. 1884. 

English Presbyterian Missionary to Formosa. 

MOODY, JOHN, M.A. 1764. 

"Filius natu major Jacobi Viri Reverendi V.D. Ministri in urbe Newry, 
Hibernia" [Matric. Alb. 1761]. 

MOODY, ROBERT ANDREW, M.A. 1883, LL.B. 1888. 

Writer, Glasgow. 

MOODY-STUART, ALEXANDER, M.A. 1830. 

Minister of (i) St. Luke's, Edinburgh, (2) Free St. Luke's there; D.D. Edin. 
1875; father of Alex. Moody-Stuart, LL.D., Advocate, Professor of Law 
in Glasgow University. 

MOONEY, DAVID, M.D. 1850. 

Dungannon, Co. Tyrone. 

MOONEY, JAMES, M.D. 1848. 

Glasgow. 

MOOR, JAMES, M.A. 1732, LL.D. 1763. 

Sometime Teacher in Glasgow and Tutor to families of Earls of Selkirk, 
Errol, and Kilmarnock (the latter of whom was executed on Towerhill for 
his share in the rising of 1745); Librarian of Glasgow University, 1742-46; 
Professor of Greek there, 1746 to 1774; Dean of Faculties, 1756 to 1758; 
born in Glasgow, 22nd June, 1712; died i7th September, 1779. 

MOORE, ABRAHAM COLLIS, M.D. 1836. 

"Hibernus" [Grad. Alb.]. 

MOORE, ALEXANDER GEORGE, M.A. 1880, B.Sc. 1883. 

Civil and Mining Engineer, Glasgow. 

MOORE, ALEXANDER M'lLWAINE, M.A. 1852. 

"Filius natu tertius Alexandri agricolae in parochia de Grey Abbey et 
comitat. de Down" [Matric. Alb. 1846]. 

MOORE, CECIL ELLIOTT, M.A. 1892. 

Law Clerk, Glasgow. 

MOORE, CHARLES FREDERICK, M.D. 1844. 

London; Middletown, Co. Armagh; Dublin. 

MOORE, DAVID, M.A. 1804. 

" Filius natu Secundus Jacobi Agricolae in parochia de Aughabog in comitatu 
de Monaghan in Hybernia" [Matric. Alb. 1800]. 



448 ROLL OF GRADUATES 

MOORE, HUGH, M.A. 1823. 

Unitarian Minister at Newtownards, where his whole ministerial life (66 years) 
was spent; died 26th February, 1893, aged 89. 

MOORE, JAMES, M.A. 1763. 

"Filius Jacobi natu quartus, in comitatu de Antrim, in Hibernia" [Matric. 
Alb. 1761]. 

MOORE, JAMES, M.D. 1816. 

"Filius natu 2 dus Stephani mercatoris Glasg. natus" [Matric Alb. 1811]. 

MOORE, JAMES BURTON, M.D. 1836. 

"Anglus" [Grad. Alb.]. 

MOORE, JAMES THOMAS, M.B., CM. 1869, M.D. 1871. 

Glasgow. 

MOORE, JOHN, M.A., M.D. 1772. 

Assistant Surgeon (1747-8) to Coldstream Guards at Flushing; Practitioner 
in Glasgow as partner of (i) Dr. Gordon and (2) Professor Hamilton; Travelling 
Medical Attendant to various noblemen; removed to London, 1778; author of 
Zelucco, etc., etc., etc. ; father of Sir John Moore, the hero of Corunna ; born at 
Stirling, roth October, 1730; died at London, 2ist February, 1802. 

MOORE, JOHN, M.A. 1809. 

See note under John Moore, M.A. 1810. 

MOORE, JOHN, M.A. 1810. 

Either this graduate or John Moore, M.A. 1809 (q.v.), was possibly the same 
person as John Moore, Irish Presbyterian Minister at Pettigo, 1828-36, when re- 
signed and removed to Glenelly. 

MOORE, JOHN, M.D. 1851. 

Alloa; died 7th October, 1864. 

MOORE, JOHN, M.A. 1882, B.D. 1887. 

U.P. Minister at Old Meldrum. 

MOORE, JOHN FOSTER, B.A. 1842, M.A. 1845. 

" Filius natu secundus Roberti agricolae in parochia de Loughgilly et comi- 
tatu de Armagh" [Matric. Alb. 1840]. 

MOORE, JOSEPH, M.D. 1790. 

"Hibernus" [Grad. Alb.]. 

MOORE, JOSEPH, M.D. 1814. 

London. 

MOORE, MARSHALL, M.A. 1816. 

Irish Presbyterian Minister at Faughanvale, 1819-48; died i4th August, 1848. 

MOORE, QUINTIN, M.D. 1837. 

Ballymoney, Co. Antrim; died 1867. 

MOORE, RALPH DAVID, B.Sc. 1886. 

Steel Manufacturer, Glasgow. 



ROLL OF GRADUATES 449 

MOORE, ROBERT, D.D. 1799. 

Rev., Master of the School of Sunbury, Middlesex. 

MOORE, ROBERT THOMAS, B.Sc. 1880. 

Civil and Mining Engineer, Glasgow. 

MOORE, SAMUEL, M.A. 1823. 

" Filius natu raaximus Gulielmi agricolae in parochia de Kilmore in comitatu 
de Down" [Matric. Alb. 1818]. 

MOORE, SAMUEL JOHNSTON, M.D. 1863. 

Glasgow; died there, 2nd April, 1894, aged 60. 

MOORE, THOMAS, M.A. 1770. 

Intended for Dissenting Ministry in "South Britain"; no trace of his 
career. 

MOORE, WILLIAM, M.A. 1818. 

"Filius natu secundus Thomae agricolae in Parochia de Newton Ards in 
comitatu de Down in Hibernia" [Matric. Alb. 1816]. 

MOORE, WILLIAM, M.A. 1849. 

Minister of Lochrutton ; died 8th June, 1879, aged 61. 

MOORE, WILLIAM, M.B., C.M. 1876. 

Glasgow ; Ayr. 

MOORE, WILLIAM H., C.M. 1822. 

"Hibernia" [Grad. Alb.]. 

MOORE, WILLIAM KENNEDY, M.A. 1850, D.D. 1875. 

Minister of (i) St. George's Presbyterian Church, Liverpool, (2) Portsmouth 
Presbyterian Church; Editor of The Presbyterian; retired from active duty, 1894. 

MOORHEAD, MICHAEL JOSEPH, M.D. 1837. 

Tullamore, King's Co.; died 1885. 

MORE, RICHARD, M.B., C.M. 1882. 

West Kilbride. 

MOREHEAD, JOHN, M.A, 1761. 

MORELAND, HUGH, M.D. 1845. 

Belfast; died igth February, 1882, aged 63. 

MORELL, JOHN DANIEL, B.A. 1840, M.A. 1841, LL.D. 1860. 

Congregational Minister at Gosport, 1842-45; one of H.M. Inspectors of 

Schools, 1848-76; the first person appointed to that office under the Education 

Department of the Privy Council ; born at Little Baddow, Essex, i8th June, 1816; 

died at London, ist April, 1891. 

MOREWOOD, GEORGE ALEXANDER, M.D. 1802, M.D. 1806. 

Degree granted twice, for a technical reason connected with his application 
for License by the Royal College of Physicians of London; Physician to the 
Forces; died at Bath, 24th September, 1859. 

2 F 



450 ROLL OF GRADUATES 

MORFITT, JOHN, M.A. 1736. 

"F. Johan. Morfitt in comitat. Eboracensi" [Matric. Alb. 1733]; fined for 

having " engaged in a night ramble " [Univ. Minutes, pth and 1 2th April and 6th 

May, 1734]; matriculated at Queen's College, Oxford, xoth March, 1736-7, 

aged 23. 

MORGAN, JAMES, D.D. 1847. 

Minister of Presbyterian Church in (i) Carlow, 1820-24, (2) Lisburn, 1824-28, 
(3) Belfast, 1828-73; born nth June, 1799; died 5th August, 1873. 

MORGAN, JOHN, M.A. 1844- 

(i) Master at Huddersfield College, Yorkshire; (2) Master in, and sometime 
Vice-Principal of, the Proprietary School at Blackheath ; (3) Vicar of Humberstone, 
Lincolnshire; LL.D. Dublin. 

MORGAN, REES, M.A. 1889. 

(i) Classical Master in Bishop's Stortford Grammar School; (2) Head Master 

of the Heath School, Pontypridd ; (3) Head Master of the County School there. 

MORIER, WILLIAM JOHN, M.B., C.M. 1866, M.D. 1874. 

Glasgow; Surgeon, R.N.; Morphett Vale, S. Australia. 

MORISON, ALEXANDER, M.B., C.M. 1883, M.D. 1887. 

Sowerby, Yorks. ; Kilmarnock; Newark, New Jersey, U.S.A.; died there, 
of typhoid fever, ist May, 1892. 

MORISON, COLIN MURDO, M.A. 1893. 

Teacher in Holmscroft School, Greenock. 

MORISON, DONALD, M.B., C.M. 1877, M.D. 1884. 

Medical Missionary, Presbyterian Church of England Mission, Rampore, 
Boalia, Bengal Presidency. 

MORISON, DONALD, M.B., C.M. 1880. 

Thirsk, Yorks. ; Beeford there. 

MORISON, JAMES, D.D. 1882. 

Minister of (i) Secession Church, Kilmarnock, (2) E.U. Church there, (3) 

E.U. Church, Dundas Street, Glasgow; Founder of the Evangelical Union and 

Principal of, and Professor in, its Theological Hall; born at Batligate, i4th 

February, 1816; died at Glasgow, i3th November, 1893. 

MORISON, JOHN, M.A. 1749. 

"Filius quondam Joannis Morison Mercatoris in parochia de Kincairdine in 
Com. de Fife" [Matric. Alb. 1746]. 

MORISON, JOHN MILLER WOODBURN, M.B., C.M. 1896. 

Edinburgh. 

MORISON, WALTER, B.A. 1849, D.D. 1873. 

Minister of (i) U.P. Church, Ayr, (2) U.P. Church, Eglinton Street, Glasgow, 
(3) St. Paul's English Presbyterian Church, Westbourne Grove, London. 



ROLL OF GRADUATES 451 

MORLEY, JOHN, LL.D. 1879. 

Barrister-at-Law, 1875; Litterateur; Editor of (i) Fortnightly Review > (2) Pall 

Mall Gazette, (3) Macmillaris Magazine; Chief Secretary for Ireland, 1886 and 

1892 ; M.P. for (i) Ne\vcastle-on-Tyne, 1883-95, ( 2 ) Montrose Burghs since 1896 ; 

born at Blackburn, 1838; B.A. Oxon. 1859; M.A. 1874; P.C. 1886. 

MORRIS, EDWARD JAMES, M.B., CM. 1892. 

Tylorstown, Glam. 

MORRIS, GEORGE ALEXANDER, M.B., CM. 1883. 

Dairy, Ayrshire ; New Abbey, Kirkcudbrightshire ; Fenwick ; Mataura, Otago, 
N.Z. ; Cromwell there. 

MORRIS, HUGH, M.A., M.D. 1774. 

"Scotus" [Grad. Alb.]. 

MORRIS, JOHN, M.B., CM. 1881. 

Ship Surgeon; Kincardine-on-Forth ; died 1893. 

MORRIS, JOHN G., B.A, 1822. 

"F. n. max. Joannis Mercatoris (New York natus)" [Matric. Alb. 1819]. 

MORRIS, RICHARD, M.A. 1894. 

Student in the Theological College, Bala. 

MORRIS, ROBERT, M.A. 1884. 

Madras Civil Service, India. 

MORRIS, THOMAS HENRY, M.B., CM. 1878. 

Menai Bridge, Anglesey ; Ystalyfera, Glam. ; Penrhyndendraeth, Merioneth- 
shire ; Ystalyfera ; Trecynon, Glam. ; Tylorstown there. 

MORRISON, ALEXANDER CAMPBELL, M.B., CM. 1890. 

Glasgow ; Larkhall. 

MORRISON, ALEXANDER FRIDGE, M.A. 1875. 

Writer, Glasgow. 

MORRISON, ANDREW BLACK, M.B., CM. 1872. 

Glasgow; Cumnock; Ayr; died at Ayr, 26th November, 1896. 

MORRISON, ARCHIBALD, B.A. 1852, M.A. 1853, LL.D. 1861. 

Head Master of the Collegiate School, Glasgow, 1854-66 ; afterwards Barrister- 
at-Law in London; died 3oth May, 1875, aged 53. 

MORRISON, ARCHIBALD CAMERON, B.L. 1895, LL.B. 1895. 

(i) Tutor in St. Salvator School, St. Andrews; (2) Writer in Glasgow; 
M.A. St. Andrews, 1891. 

MORRISON, DAVID ALEXANDER, M.A. 1895. 

(i) Teacher in Govanhill Public School, Glasgow, 1893-96; (2) Student of 
Theology in Glasgow University. 



452 ROLL OF GRADUATES 

MORRISON, DONALD SINCLAIR, M.B., CM. 1870. 

Mid Calder; Glasgow; Fenwick; Salen, Argyleshire; Creetown, Kirkcud- 
bright; Pollokshields ; Pirnmill, Arran; died at his mother's house, 10 Keir 
Street, Pollokshields, xoth January, 1896. 

MORRISON, DUNCAN, M.A. 1874, B.D. 1877. 

Probationer of the Church of Scotland; died 5th June, 1881, aged 35. 

MORRISON, DUNCAN SHAW, M.A. 1885. 

M.B. Edin. 1891; Ardrishaig; Invergowrie. 

MORRISON, FREDERICK LANSDOWNE, M.A. 1883, LL.B. 1887. 

Writer, Glasgow. 

MORRISON, GEORGE, B.A. 1861, M.A. 1862. 

U.P. Minister at (i) Gourock, (2) Maisondieu Lane, Brechin; born in 
Glasgow, igth October, 1842 ; died at Coupar Angus, i3th November, 1874. 

MORRISON, HUGH, M.A. 1842. 

Presbyterian Minister at Killymurris, Glaryford, Co. Antrim. 

MORRISON, HUGH THOMAS SUTHERLAND, M.A. 1893, B.D. 1896. 

Licentiate of the Church of Scotland. 

MORRISON, JAMES, M.A. 1749. 

" Filius Jacobi Civis Glasguensis" [Matric. Alb. 1746], 

MORRISON, JAMES, M.A. 1766. 

"Hibernus" [Grad. Alb.]. 
MORRISON, JOHN, D.D. 1831. 

Minister of Trevor Congregational Chapel, Brompton, London; born in 
Aberdeenshire, 8th July, 1791; died in London, i3th June, 1859. 

MORRISON, JOHN, M.A. 1892, B.D. 1894. 

Licentiate of the Church of Scotland. 

MORRISON, JOHN, M.B., CM. 1894. 

West Boldon, Co. Durham ; Carron, Stirlingshire. 

MORRISON, JOHN DUNCAN, M.A. 1872. 

(a) Missionary in India; (b) Teacher in (i) India, (2) Hong Kong, (3) 
Chefoo, (4) Yokohama, (5) England, (6) Transvaal. 

MORRISON, MATTHEW JAMES, B.Sc. 1886. 

Manager of Cyanide Works at " United Langlaagte " G.M. Co., Johannesburg, 
South Africa. 

MORRISON, ROBERT, D.D. 1817. 

Missionary to China; father of Protestant Missionary effort there; born at 
Morpeth, 5th January, 1782; died ist August, 1834. 

MORRISON, THOMAS, M.D. 1839. 

Muirkirk; died 7th December, 1863. 

MORRISON, THOMAS MACKENZIE, M.A. 1883. 

Lecturer in the F.C. Training College, Glasgow. 



ROLL OF GRADUATES 453 

MORRISON, WILLIAM, M.A. 1852. 

Minister of Crawford, 1863-69; died suddenly in Edinburgh, 28th December, 
1869. 

MORRISON, WILLIAM, M.A. 1877, M.B., CM. 1881, M.D. 1884. 

Ship Surgeon ; Glasgow ; Geelong, Victoria, Australia. 

MORRISON, WILLIAM, B.Sc. 1893. 

Civil Engineer in (i) Glasgow, as Assistant with Niven & Haddin, C.E., (2) 
Edinburgh, as Assistant with Belfrage & Carfrae, C.E. 

MORRISON, WILLIAM, B.Sc. 1896. 

Apprentice to Fullerton, Hodgart, Barclay & Co., Limited, Engineers, 
Paisley. 

MORRISON, WILLIAM, M.A. 1896. 

Student of Law. 

MORRISON, WILLIAM SAMUEL, B.A. 1846. 

"Filius natu maximus Roberti V.D. apud Markethill in comitatu de Armagh 
minister" [Matric. Alb. 1840]. 

MORRISSY, TOBIAS JOSEPH, M.D. 1850. 

Tipperary; Coroner for County; died 2ist September, 1886. 

MORROW, FRANCIS, M.A. 1814. 

" Filius natu maximus Thomae, artificis, in comitatu de Down in Hibernia " 
[Matric. Alb. 1813]. 

MORT, FRANK, M.B., CM. 1895. 

Glasgow. 

MORTON, ALEXANDER, M.A. 1876, M.B., C.M. 1880, M.D. 1885. 

Glasgow (Lecturer on Dermatology in St. Mungo's College). 

MORTON, ALEXANDER YOUNG, M.B., C.M. 1882. 

Treherbert, Glam. ; Drymen ; Tharsis Sulphur and Copper Co., Huelva, 
Spain. 

MORTON, ANDREW, M.B., C.M. 1890. 

London. 

MORTON, BRUCE BUCHANAN, M.B., C.M. 1893. 

Glasgow; Newcastle-on-Tyne ; Bradford; son of James Morton, LL.D. 
1888 (q.v.). 

MORTON, DAVID, M.D. 1828. 

"Filius nat. max. Georgii Agricolae, Com. de Ayr" [Matric. Alb. 1822]. 

MORTON, HARRY, M.D. 1843. 

"Hibernus" [Grad. Alb.]. 

MORTON, HUGH, M.D. 1828. 

Newark, Notts.; died 1868. 



454 ROLL OF GRADUATES 

MORTON, JAMES, LL.D. 1888. 

M.D. St. Andrews, 1845 > Professor of Materia Medica in Anderson's College, 
Glasgow, 1855-88 ; also Lecturer on Clinical Surgery in Royal Infirmary; born at 
Ochiltree, 1820; died 1889. 

MORTON, JAMES, M.B., C.M. 1878. 

Darvel; Glasgow; London. 

MORTON, JAMES, B.L. 1892. 

Writer, Glasgow. 

MORTON, JOHN, M.A. 1819. 

" Filius natu Secundus Roberti Agricolae in pardchia de Knockbreda in comi- 
tatu de Down in Hyb." [Matric. Alb. 1816]. 

MORTON, JOHN, M.B., C.M. 1892. 

(Brunton Prizeman) ; Glasgow : Assistant to Professor of Anatomy in the 
University since 1892. 

MORTON, JOHN, M.B., C.M. 1896. 

Darvel. 

MORTON, JOHN KERR, M.B., C.M. 1887. 

Ochiltree; Dunscore. 

MORTON, JOHN MORTON MATHIE, M.B., C.M. 1884. 

Ship Surgeon; Ayr; J.P. 

MORTON, JOHN NISBET, M.A. 1874. 

Writer, Glasgow; son of James Morton, LL.D. 1888 (q.v.). 

MORTON, JOSEPH BATEMAN, M.B., C.M. 1889. 

Ship Surgeon ; Glasgow ; Sheffield ; London ; Sunderland. 

MORTON, ROBERT, M.B., C.M. 1895. 

Stanley, Co. Durham; Glasgow. 

MORTON, ROBERT ALEXANDER, B.Sc. 1889, M.B., C.M. 1890, M.D. 1892. 

Darvel; Ayr. 

MORTON, THOMAS, M.A. 1874, 

Lecturer in the Free Church Normal Seminary, Glasgow; died circa 1886. 

MORTON, WILLIAM, M.A. 1844. 

Vicar of Lynesack, Butterknowle, Co. Durham. 

MORTON, WILLIAM, M.A. 1885, B.D. 1889. 

Minister of the U.P. Church at Buckie since 1896. 

MORTON, WILLIAM, M.A. 1888. 

Teacher in (i) Strathblane Public School, (2) Garnethill Public School, 
Glasgow, (3) St. George's Road Public School, Glasgow. 

MORTON, WILLIAM ALEXANDER, M.A. 1893. 

Student of Theology in F.C. College, Glasgow. 

MORTON, WILLIAM TENNENT, M.A. 1869. 

Solicitor, Ayr. 



ROLL OF GRADUATES 455 

MOSS, DANIEL, M.D. 1787. 

" Has for some time practised Medicine at Warrington " [Univ. Minute, 5th 
February, 1787]. 

MOSSMAN, DAVID, CM. 1837. 

Hibernus" [Grad. Alb.]. 

MOSTYN, JOHN WILLIAM, M.D. 1842. 

Surgeon-Major, Army; died at Madras, i7th June, 1865. 

MOTHERWELL, JAMES BRIDGEHAM, M.D. 1841. 

Melbourne. 

MOTHERWELL, JAMES STUART, M.A, 1893. 

Teacher in Hutchesons' Grammar School, Glasgow. 

MOUNTGARRET, JOHN, M.A. 1764. 

"Hibernus" [Grad. Alb.]. 

MOWAT, ALEXANDER GOODSIR, M.A. 1885, M.B., CM. 1890. 

F.C. Medical Missionary to Western India. 

MOWAT, ALEXANDER GORDON THOMSON, M.A. 1885. 

Teacher of Applied Science (Engineering) in (i) Leith Science School, (2) 
Barrow School of Science and Art, Barrow Island; also Science Master to Techni- 
cal Instruction Committee of Barrow County Council at School of Science and 
Art, Abbey Road. 

MOWAT, GEORGE, M.B., C.M. 1895. 

Thorntonhall, near Glasgow. 

MOWAT, JOHN BOWER, D.D. 1884. 

Professor of Hebrew, Chaldee, and Old Testament Exegesis in Queen's 
University, Kingston, Canada, since 1857 ; born there, 8th June, 1825 ; brother of 
Oliver Mowat, Canadian statesman. 

MOWAT, WILLIAM, M.A. 1885. 

Teacher of Applied Science (Engineering) in (i) Leith Science School, (2) 
Barrow School of Science and Art, Barrow Island ; also Science Master to Techni- 
cal Instruction Committee of Barrow County Council at School of Science and 
Art, Abbey Road. 

MO WATT, THOMAS, M.D. 1864. 

Native of Aberdeen; no trace of his career. 

MOWBRAY, THOMAS, M.A- 1834. 

"Scotus" [Grad. Alb.]. 

MOYES, ANDREW, M.B., C.M. 1889. 

Glasgow. 

MOYES, JOHN, M.B., C.M. 1877, M.D. 1886. 

Glasgow; Cambuslang ; Glasgow; Largs; died there, gth April, 1895, 
aged 47. 



456 KOLL OF GRADUATES 

MOVES, WILLIAM BEGBIE, M.A. 1882, B.D. 1885. 

Minister of Strathblane. 

MOYLES, THOMAS, M.D. 1853. 

Dublin; Birmingham; died 22nd May, 1891, aged 74. 

MUAT, WILLIAM M'NIVEN, M.B., CM. 1893. 

Ship Surgeon ; Glasgow ; Bradford, Yorks ; India. 

MUIR, ADAM CUBIE, M.B., C.M. 1895. 

Glasgow. 

MUIR, ALAN, M.B., CM. 1893. 

Kimberley, Notts. ; Ayr. 

MUIR, ALEXANDER, C.M. 1825. 

"Scotus" [Grad. Alb.]. 

MUIR, ALEXANDER, M.A. 1887. 

(i) Assistant Teacher in Glasgow; (2) Head Master of Burgh School, 
Girvan ; (3) Assistant Master in Hutchesons' Girls' School, Glasgow ; (4) Rector 
of Linlithgow Academy; (5) Head Master of Buckie Public School. 

MUIR, ARCHIBALD, CM. 1818. 

"Scotus" [Grad. Alb.]. 

MUIR, DAVID, M.B., C.M. 1891. 

Dumbarton ; Swindon, Wilts. ; Stratton-St.-Margaret there. 

MUIR, DAVID CLARK, M.B., C.M. 1885, M.D. 1888. 

Glasgow; Cwmtillery, Mon. 

MUIR, GEORGE, M.A. 1819. 

"F. n. max. Georgii Artificis Glasguensis" [Matric. Alb. 1814]. 

MUIR, HENRY SKEY, M.D. 1863. 

Ipswich; Surgeon-Col., Army. 

MUIR, JAMES, M.A. 1776. 

Minister of Scottish Presbyterian Church in Bermuda, and Principal of an 

Academy there, 1781-88 ; Minister of Presbyterian Church at Alexandria, Virginia, 

U.S.A., 1789-1820; born in Manse of Cumnock, Ayrshire, i2th April, 1757; died 

at Alexandria, U.S.A., 8th August, 1820; D.D. Yale, 1819. 

MUIR, JAMES, M.A. 1890. 

F.C. Minister at Kilbirnie. 

MUIR, JAMES, M.B., C.M. 1890, M.D. 1892. 

Coatbridge; Mossend. 

MUIR, JAMES, B.Sc. 1896. 

Still a Student of Science. 



ROLL OF GRADUATES 457 

MUIR, JAMES FULTON, M.B., CM. 1880, M.D. 1892. 

Glasgow; Ship Surgeon; Whitehaven. 

MUIR, JAMES MILLER MACKAY, M.B., C.M. 1889. 

Girvan; Woodend, Victoria, Australia; Wynyard, Tasmania. 

MUIR, JAMES STANLEY, B.Sc. 1890. 

Assistant to Professor of Chemistry in Glasgow University, 1890-96 ; Technical 
Manager to The Gold and Silver Extraction Co. of America (Limited), Denver, 
Colorado, U.S.A., since 1896. 

MUIR, JAMES STEEL, M.B., C.M. 1883. 

Glasgow. 

MUIR, JOHN, M.D. 1790. 

" Antiguensis " [Grad. Alb.]. 

MUIR, JOHN, M.A. 1798, D.D. 1831. 

Minister of (i) Lecropt, (2) St. James', Glasgow; died ist February, 1857, 
aged 79; degree of D.D. conferred at "the request of the Session and Congre- 
gation of St. James' Parish" [Univ. Minute, 27th April, 1831]. 

MUIR, JOHN, M.A. 1810. 

"F. n. Max. Jacobi Artificis, Kilmarnock, Ayr" [Matric. Alb. 1804]. 

MUIR, JOHN, M.A. 1824. 

"F. n. Max. Jacobi Agricolae, Ardrossan, Ayr" [Matric. Alb. 1820]. 

MUIR, JOHN, M.A. 1888. 

Minister of St. John's Presbyterian Church, Grimsby, Ontario, Canada. 

MUIR, JOHN KERR, M.B., C.M. 1891. 

Cwmtillery, Mon. ; Morocco City, Morocco. 

MUIR, JOHN PICKEN, M.B., C.M. 1871 

Moniaive ; Annan. 

MUIR, JOSEPH, M.A. 1895 

Student of Theology in F.C. College. 

MUIR, PEARSON M'ADAM, D.D. 1893. 

Minister of (i) Catrine, 1870-72, (2) Polmont, 1872-80, (3) Morningside, Edin- 
burgh, 1880-96, (4) Cathedral Church, Glasgow, since 1896. 

MUIR. ROBERT, M.A. 1779. 

" Natus in Blantyre, Filius natu Secundus Joannis Agricolae in parochia de 
Blantyre & comitatu de Clydesdale" [Matric. Alb. 1774]. 

MUIR, ROBERT, M.D. 1808. 

"Scotus" [Grad. Alb.]. 

MUIR, ROBERT, M.A. 1810. 

"Filius unicus Joannis textoris in urbe Glasguensi" [Matric. Alb. 1804]. 



458 ROLL OF GRADUATES 

MUIR, THOMAS, M.A. 1782. 

Only son of James Muir of Huntershill; bom at Glasgow, 24th August, 1765; 
admitted Advocate, 1787 ; convicted of sedition (Parliamentary Reform movement) 
by High Court of Justiciary at Edinburgh, 3oth August, 1793, and sentenced to 
transportation for 14 years; arrived at Sydney, 25th September, 1794; rescued, nth 
February, 1796, by an American ship, "The Otter," which, 4 months afterwards, 
was wrecked near Nootka Sound, on west coast of South America, only Muir and 
two sailors surviving; captured by Indians, from whom he escaped after 3 months' 
detention ; traversed on foot 4000 miles of American Coast, and reached Panama ; 
crossed (again on foot) Isthmus of Darien to Vera Cruz, from whence proceeded 
by a Spanish vessel to the Havannah, where he was imprisoned for a month ; dis- 
patched to Spain by one of two Spanish frigates, which sailed in company and were 
captured at Cadiz, 26th April, 1797, by two British ships; Muir, desperately 
wounded, sent ashore by a British officer, who recognized him as a school 
companion; detained at Cadiz till i6th September, 1797, when released by desire 
of French Directory; reached Bourdeaux, December, 1797, and Paris, 4th February, 
1798; died at Chantilly, 27th September of that year. 

MUIR, THOMAS, M.D. 1829. 



MUIR, THOMAS, M.A. 1870, LL.D. 

(i) Assistant to Professor Hugh Blackburn (q.v.), 1871-74; (2) Mathematical 
Master in the High School of Glasgow; (3) Superintendent-General of Education in 
Cape Colony; Degree Examiner on Mathematics in Glasgow University, 1879-83. 

MUIR, THOMAS, M.A. 1885, B.D. 1887. 

Minister of Methil. 

MUIR, THOMAS RENNIE, M.B., CM. 1894. 

Cardiff; Cwmtillery, Mon. ; Abertillery there. 

MUIR, WILLIAM, LL.D. 1812, D.D. 1820. 

Minister of (i) St. George's, Glasgow, (2) New Greyfriars, Edinburgh, 
(3) St. Stephen's, Edinburgh; born at Glasgow, nth October, 1787; died at 
Edinburgh, 23rd June, 1869. 

MUIR, SIR WILLIAM, LL.D. 1866. 

Entered B.C.S. 1837, and became, inter alia, Secretary to Governor of 
N.W. Provinces; Member of Agra Revenue Board and of Supreme Legislative 
Council and Foreign Secretary and Member of Council of Governor-General 
of India; Lieutenant-Governor of N.W. Provinces, 1868-74; Financial Minister 
to Government of India, 1874-76; Member of Council of Secretary of State 
for India, 1876-85 ; Principal and Vice-Chancellor of Edinburgh University since 
1885; born 1819; K.C.S.I. 1867; D.C.L. Oxon. 1882; LL.D. Edin. 1884. 

MUIR, WILLIAM, M.B., CM. 1874. 

Holytown ; Glasgow ; Mauchline ; Glasgow. 

MUIR, WILLIAM, M.B., CM. 1888. 

Manchester; Davidson's Mains, Midlothian. 



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MUIR, WILLIAM, M.A. 1883, B.D. 1886, B.L. 1888 

Free Church Minister at (i) Muthill, (2) St. Enoch's, Glasgow, (3) Blairgowrie. 

MUIR, WILLIAM CHARLES CRAWFORD, M.B., C.M. 1885. 

London; Blackburn; Hyde, Cheshire; Portarlington, Victoria, Australia; 
Surrey Hills, Melbourne. 

MUIR, WILLIAM ROBERT, M.B., C.M. 1889. 

Kilmarnock ; Liverpool ; Burnley. 

MUIRHEAD, ALEXANDER, M.D. 1831. 

Deputy Inspector-General, R.N. ; died in Bute, i8th September, 1863. 

MUIRHEAD, ANDREW, C.M. 1834. 

"Scotus" [Grad. Alb.]. 

MUIRHEAD, GEORGE, D.D. 1816. 

Minister of (i) Dysart, (2) Cramond, (3) Free Church, Cramond; died 
5th April, 1847, aged 84; son of Patrick Muirhead, D.D. (q.v.). 

MUIRHEAD, HENRY, M.D. 1844, LL.D. 1886. 

Resident Physician and Proprietor oi Longdales Asylum for Lunatics, 
Bothwell; Cambuslang; Founder of The Muirhead Demonstratorship of 
Physiology in Glasgow University; died 3151 July, 1890, aged 76. 

MUIRHEAD, ISLAY BURNS, M.A. 1875, M.B., C.M. 1879, M.D. 1887. 

Glasgow; East Mailing, Kent; Aylesford there; London. 

MUIRHEAD, JAMES, M.A. 1754. 

"Filius natu maximus Viri Reverendi Joannis Muirhead V.D.M. in Parochia 
de Glassford" [Matric. Alb. 1751]; Library Keeper to the University, 1757. 

MUIRHEAD, JAMES, LL.D. 1885. 

Advocate and Barrister-at-Law ; Professor of Civil Law in Edinburgh 

University, 1862-89; Sheriff of Stirling, etc.; died at Edinburgh, 8th November, 

1889, aged 58. 

MUIRHEAD, JAMES, M.B., C.M. 1886. 

Dunfermline ; Walker-on-Tyne. 

MUIRHEAD, JOHN HENRY, M.A. 1876. 

(i) Assistant to Professor of Humanity in Glasgow University, 1880-84; 
(2) Professor of Classics in Royal Holloway College; (3) Lecturer on Mental 
and Moral Science there, and at same time Professor of Mental and Moral 
Science in Bedford College, London ; Degree Examiner in Glasgow University 
on (a) Classics, 1884-87. (b} Philosophy, 1891-94; Snell Exhibitioner, 1875; 
B.A. Oxon. 1879; M.A. 1887. 

MUIRHEAD, LEWIS ANDREW, M.A. 1878, B.D. 1881. 

F.C. Minister at (i) East Wemyss, (2) Broughty Ferry. 

MUIRHEAD, LOCKHART, M.A. 1797, LL.D. 1820. 

First Professor of Natural History in Glasgow University, 1808 to 1829; 
also Principal Librarian; died 23rd July, 1829, aged 63; son of Patrick Muirhead, 
D.D. (q.v.). 



460 ROLL OF GRADUATES 

MUIRHEAD, PATRICK, D.D. 1775. 

Minister of Dysart ; one of founders of Muirhead Prizes in Glasgow 
University; born zoth October, 1718; died lyth February, 1807. 

MUIRHEAD, ROBERT FRANKLIN, B.Sc. 1879, M.A. 1881. 

Lecturer on Mathematics in the Mason College, Birmingham, 1891-93; 
since then Tutor in (i) Edinburgh, (2) Glasgow. 

MUIRHEAD, WILLIAM, M.A. 1884. 

Licentiate of the Church of Scotland. 

MUIRHEAD, WILLIAM, M.A. 1895. 

Student of Theology in U.P. College, Edinburgh. 

MUKERJEA, UMESA CHANDRA, M.B., CM. 1876. 

Native of Bengal ; probably settled there. 

MULHALLEN, WILLIAM, M.A. 1766. 

"Hibernus" [Grad. Alb.]. 

MULHOLLAND, JAMES ANDREW DIXON, M.B., CM. 1895. 

Glasgow; Invercargill, New Zealand. 

MULHOLLAND, JOSEPH STEVENSON, CM. 1822, M.D. 1845. 

Belfast 

MULLIGAN, EDWARD, M.D. 1835. 

"Hibernus" [Grad. Alb.]. 

MULLIGAN, HUGH, M.A. 1737. 

Irish Presbyterian Minister at (i) Bailieborough, 1742-57, (2) Aughnacloy, 
1757-86; died ist January, 1786. 

MULLIGAN, JOHN, M.A. 1812. 

MULVILLE, HENRY JOHN, M.D. 1836. 

"Hibernus" [Grad. Alb.]. 

MUNDELL, ROBERT, LL.D. 1837. 

Rector of and Classical Teacher in Wallace Hall Academy, Closeburn, 
1790 to 1842 ; died 5th May, 1842, aged 83. 

MUNDELL, SAMUEL, M.A. 1793. 

"Hibernus" [Grad. Alb.]. 

MUNGALL, ANDREW, M.B., CM. 1877, M.D. 1889. 

Glasgow. 

MUNGALL, DANIEL, M.B., CM. 1879. 

Glasgow; died suddenly i8th November, 1897. 

MUNGALL, ROBERT, M.D. 1858. 

Lochgelly; died 22nd February, 1878. 

MUNGALL, WALTER HEGGIE, B.Sc. 1888. 

(i) Assistant to M'Creaths & Stevenson, C. and M.E., Glasgow; (2) Surveyor 
and Assistant Manager to The Cowdenbeath Coal Co., Ltd. ; (3) Mining and 
Civil Engineer for The Fife Coal Co., Ltd. 



ROLL OF GRADUATES 461 

MUNN, THOMAS, M.A. 1885. 

Minister of Forgan. 

MUNNS, GEORGE, C.M. 1819. 

Hollywell, Co. Leitrim; Oxford, Ohio. 

MUNNS, JOHN, M.A. 1749- 

"Filius natu secundus Viri Reverendi Edwardi Munns Archi-Diaconis 
Diocesis de Elphin et Ministri Ecclesiae parochialis de Drumclife in Com. 
de Sligo in Hib." [Matric. Alb. 1747]. 

MUNRO, ALEXANDER, M.B., C.M. 1885. 

Glasgow. 

MUNRO, ANDREW, M.A. 1885. 

Schoolmaster, Canisbay Public School, Wick. 

MUNRO, DANIEL, B.A. 1860, M.A. 1861, M.D. 1863. 

In early life acted for sometime as Tutor to sons of Louis Kossuth in 
Paris ; never able to follow out his profession ; died at Inverness, of pulmonary 
phthisis, 2ist November, 1896. 

MUNRO, DONALD, M.D., C.M. 1888. 

Pollokshaws (Assistant in Glasgow University to (i) Professor of Chemistry, 

(2) Professor of Forensic Medicine, 1872-95). 

MUNRO, DONALD, M.B., CM. 1895. 

Auchinleck. 

MUNRO, FINLAY, M.B., C.M. 1868. 

Stockton-on-Tees ; Haverton Hill, Yorks. ; Middlesbro'. 

MUNRO, HARRY STEVENSON, M.A. 1891. 

Teacher, Glasgow, in (i) Gorbals Public School, 1888-89, (2) F.C. Normal 

and Model School, 1890 92, (3) John Street Public School, Bridgeton, since 1893. 

MUNRO, JOHN LOWE, M.A. 1867, B.D. 1869. 

(i) Minister of West U.P. Church, Linlithgow, 1870-92; (2) in Canada; 

(3) in Edinburgh, acting as occasional preacher. 

MUNRO, JOHN MALCOLM, M.A. 1888. 

Minister of (i) Insh, Kingussie, 1895 97, (2) Tarbert, Loch Fyne, since 1897. 

MUNRO, JOHN PEARSON, M.B., C.M. 1894. 

Glasgow (sometime Lecturer on (a) Public Health in Anderson's College, 
(H) Chemistry and Pharmacy in Western Medical School); Ship Surgeon; 
died at Boston, U.S.A., 6th May, 1897. 

MUNRO, JOHN WALKER, M.B., CM. 1896. 

Partick. 

MUNRO, ROBERT, M.A. 1869, B.D. 1872- 

U.P. Minister at Kincardine-on-Forth. 



462 ROLL OF GRADUATES 

MUNRO, WILLIAM, M.D. 1844, LL.D. 1888. 

Entered Army Medical Department, 1844; Surgeon, 1854; Surgeon-Major, 
1864; Deputy Surgeon-G-neral, 1867; Surgeon-General, 1876; retired 1881 ; 
served in Kaffir War 1846-47, Crimea 1854-55, Indian Mutiny 1857-58, and with 
Euzofzai Field Force 1863; "C.B. (Mil), 1865; born 1823; died 3oth October, 
1896. 

MUNRO, WILLIAM DORMOND, M.A. 1885. 

(i) Apprentice to Mitchells, Cowan & Johnston, Writers, Glasgow; (2) Clerk 
to Strathern & Blair, W.S., Edinburgh ; (3) Clerk to Shepstone, Wylie & Binns, 
Solicitors, Durban, Natal; LL.B. Edin. 1893. 

MURCHIE, JOHN, B.A. 1847. 

Sometime Classical Teacher in Partick Academy; marked "deceased" in 
jeneral Council Register for 1 860-61. 

MURDOCH, ALLAN, C.M. 1832. 

"Scotus" [Grad. Alb.]. 

MURDOCH, ANDREW, M.B., C.M. 1884. 

Ayr ; Bootle, Lanes. ; Rainford there ; Bexhill, Sussex. 

MURDOCH, GEORGE, M.B., C.M. 1868. 

Assistant-Surgeon, R.N. ; died igth June, 1870, aged 22. 

MURDOCH, JAMES WILLIAM AITKEN, M.B., C.M. 1884. 

Paisley ; Wallingford, Berks. 

MURDOCH, JOHN, LL.D. 1871. 

Agent in India for the London Christian Vernacular Education Society. 

MURDOCH, JOHN LOGAN, M.A. 1825. 

"Ex Nova Scotia" [Grad. Alb.]. 

MURDOCH, PETER MAXWELL WALLACE, M.A. 1880. 

Civil Engineer, Buenos Ayres. 

MURDOCH, ROBERT, M.B., C.M. 1872. 

Galston; Ratcliffe-on-Trent ; Galston ; Surgeon, R.N. ; died 1878. 

MURDOCH, ROBERT HENRY MAURICE, B.Sc. 1881. 

Analytical and Technical Chemist, Nobel's Explosives Co., Ltd., Stevenston. 

MURIE, JAMES, M.D. 1857. 

Glasgow; Zoological Gardens, London ; Naturalist, etc., in Consul Petherick's 
Nile Expedition ; F.L.S ; LL.D. St. And. 1877 ; sometime Lecturer on Comparative 
Anatomy, Middlesex Hospital ; Leigh, Essex. 

MURPHY, ANDREW DUNLOP, M.A. 1877. 

(i) Teacher in Dalmellington Subscription School; (2) Teacher in St. 
Matthew's Parish School, Glasgow ; (3) Teacher in Ardrossan Academy ; (4) 
Head Master of Russell Street Public School, Ayr. 

MURPHY, JAMES, M.D. 1838. 

"Hibernus" [Grad. Alb.]. 



ROLL OF GRADUATES 463 

MURPHY, JOHN, M.D. 1836, CM. 1852. 

Milltown, Co. Kerry; died 1879. 

MURPHY, WILLIAM, M.A. 1821. 

" Filius Natu Maximus Gulielmi Agricolae in parochia de Drumballyrony in 
comitatu de Doun" [Matric. Alb. 1817]. 

MURPHY, WILLIAM, M.D. 1826. 

"Hibernus" [Grad. Alb.]. 

MURPHY, WILLIAM DANIEL, M.D., CM. 1839. 

Charleville, Co. Cork; Castle Connell, Co. Limerick; Kilmallock, Co. 
Limerick ; Limerick ; J.P. 

MURRAY, ALEXANDER JOHN, M.A. 1850. 

Presbyterian Minister at (i) St Helier's, Jersey, (2) Croydon; retired 1879; 
born 1831 ; died at Marseilles, 1881. 

MURRAY, ALEXANDER STEWART, LL.D. 1887. 

Keeper of Roman and Greek Antiquities, British Museum. 

MURRAY, ALLAN FULLARTON, M.A. 1870. 

F.C. Minister at Torphichen. 

MURRAY, ALLAN ROBERTSON, M.A. 1867. 

Native of Greenock; born 23rd March, 1843; Snell Exhibitioner, 1867; 
B.A. Oxon. 1870; died of consumption, ist June, 1878. 

MURRAY, ANDREW GILMOUR, B.L. 1891. 

Writer, Glasgow. 

MURRAY, CHARLES JAMES, M.D. 1837. 

"Hibernicus" [Grad. Alb.]. 

MURRAY, DANIEL, M.D. 1855. 

Brigade-Surgeon, Army. 

MURRAY, DANIEL, M.D. 1856. 

Belfast; died i3th March, 1873. 

MURRAY, DAVID, M.A. 1863, LL.D. 1888. 

Writer in Glasgow and present Dean of the Faculty of Procurators there 
Member of the University Court, as Rector's Assessor, since 1896. 

MURRAY, DAVID, B.Sc. 1884. 

(i) Assistant Mathematical Master in Greenock Academy; (2) Mathematical 
Master in Dunfermline High School; (3) Mathematical Master in Kilmarnock 
Academy; (4) Head Master of Grammar School, Kilmarnock. 

MURRAY, DONALD, M.B., CM. 1890. 

South Shields; Brora, Sutherlandshire. 

MURRAY, FRANCIS, M.D. 1820. 

"Hibernus" [Grad. Alb.]. 

MURRAY, GEORGE, M.A. 1875. 

Minister, British Columbia. 



464 ROLL OF GRADUATES 

MURRAY, GEORGE, M.A. 1896. 

Resident at 15 Crichton Road, Rothesay; will possibly adopt the teaching 
profession. 

MURRAY, JAMES, M.D. 1765. 

MURRAY, JAMES, CM. 1834, M.D. 1835. 

Belfast; died 2nd February, 1862. 

MURRAY, JAMES BLAIR, M.A. 1886. 

Teacher in Glasgow. 

MURRAY, JAMES CRAIGIE, M.D. 1845. 

Surgeon, R.N. ; died 1851. 

MURRAY, JAMES ROBERT ERSKINE, B.Sc. 1892. 

Assistant Professor of Physics and Electrical Engineering in Heriot-Watt 
College, Edinburgh. 

MURRAY, JOHN, B.A. 1783, M.A. 1787. 

Surgeon in Newcastle-on-Tyne. 
MURRAY, JOHN, M.D. 1841. 

Cookstown, Co. Tyrone. 

MURRAY, JOHN, M.A. 1856, M.D. 1861, C.M. 1862. 

Glasgow; Newton-Stewart; Wickham, Hants.; died i6th September, 1874. 

MURRAY, JOHN, M.B. 1871, M.D., C.M. 1876. 

Ferryhill, Durham ; Carluke ; Cleland. 

MURRAY, JOHN, M.B., C.M. 1894. 

Glasgow; Rhayader, Radnorshire. 

MURRAY, JOHN CLARK, LL.D. 1873. 

Professor of Mental and Moral Philosophy in (i) Queen's University, 
Kingston, Canada, 1862-72, (2) M'Gill College, Montreal, 1872; born in Paisley, 
1 9th March, 1836. 

MURRAY, JOHN GILLESPIE, B.A. 1860. 

Officer of the Chinese Civil Service : (i) Accountant to Legation, Pekin ; 

(2) Private Secretary to Sir Frederick Bruce there; (3) Private Secretary to Sir 

Rutherford Alcock there; (4) Vice-Consul at Foochou; (5) Judge of Mixed 

Court at Shanghai; born at Stranraer, 1841; died 2oth October, 1874. 

MURRAY, JOHN WILLIAM, M.B., C.M. 1883. 

Bowmore, Islay; Bury, Lanes.; Chorley there; died 1892. 

MURRAY, MATTHEW, D.D. 1868. 

Minister of Mains Street Secession Church, Glasgow, and Professor of 
Divinity to Original Secession Synod; died 2nd May, 1876, aged 72. 
MURRAY, NEIL, M.D. 1864. 

Bonaw; Fort-William; died 23rd August, 1872, aged 30. 

MURRAY, PERCY HOPE, M.B., C.M. 1892. 

Peterborough ; Beckenham, Kent. 



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MURRAY, ROBERT, M.A. 1889. 

Intended for the Ministry; died at Auchterarder, 8th February, 1890, 
aged 25. 
MURRAY, SAMUEL JOHN, M.A. 1895. 

Teacher in Glasgow Public Schools, viz., (i) Kennedy Street, (2) Napiershall. 

MURRAY, THOMAS, M.A. 1854. 

Minister of (i) Strathkinnes, (2) Anstruther-Easter. 

MURRAY, WILLIAM, LL.D. 1754. 

See MANSFIELD, EARL OF. 

MURRAY, WILLIAM, M.A. 1795. 

Intended for Dissenting Ministry in "South Britain"; no trace of his 
career. 

MURRAY, WILLIAM, M.D. 1863, C.M. 1864. 

Burley, Yorks. ; died 1887. 

MURRAY, WILLIAM, M.A. 1886. 

English Presbyterian Minister at (i) Crook, Darlington, (2) Penang, Straits 
Settlements. 

MURRAY, WILLIAM, M.B., C.M. 1891. 

Newton, Lanarkshire ; Coatbridge. 

MURRAY, WILLIAM COCHRANE, M.B., C.M. 1892. 

Barrhead ; Glasgow. 

MURRAY, WILLIAM DUNMORE, M.B., C.M. 1889. 

Glasgow ; Scunthorpe, Lines. ; Glasgow. 

MURRAY, WILLIAM HENRY, M.B., C.M. 1888. 

Greenock; Ship Surgeon. 

MURRAY, WILLIAM MEIKLE, M.A. 1895. 

Student of Law. 

MURRELL, JAMES, M.A. 1794. 

"Hibernus" [Grad. Alb.]. 

MUSTARD, CHARLES FOSTER, M.A. 1787. 

"Filius Natu Secundis Davidis Armigeri in parochia Sanctae Mariae in 
comitatu de Essex" [Matric. Alb. 1784]. 

MUSTON, CHRISTOPHER, B.A. 1821, M.A. 1822. 

"Filius natu Maximus Christophori V.D.M. apud Cantabrigiam " [Matric. 
Alb. 1820]. 

MUTER, ROBERT, M.A. 1757, D.D. 1793. 

Sometime preacher in the College Chapel, Glasgow; thereafter (1770 to 1820) 
Minister of Kirkcudbright; died 2ist January, 1820, aged 86. 

MUTTER, THOMAS, D.D. 1779. 

Minister of (i) Leswalt, (2) Auchtermuchty, (3) Dumfries ; died 25th February, 

*793> aged 83. 

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MYERS, LEVI, M.D. 1787. 

" Caroliniensis " [Grad. Alb.]. 

MYERS, WILLIAM SHEPHARD, CM. 1827. 

"Anglais" [Grad. Alb.]. 

MYERS, WILLIAM WYKEHAM, M.B., CM. 1868. 

Chefoo, China; Wenchow there; Takow there (Medical Officer, H.B.M. 
Consulate). 

MYLNE, ANDREW, D.D. 1821. 

Minister of Dollar, and Superintendent of Dollar Academy; died 2jth 
October, 1856, aged 81 ; Degree conferred on "a proposal from Sir John Connell 
Dean of Faculties" [Univ. Minutes, 8th and i5th November, 1821]. 

MYLNE, JAMES, M.A. 1828. 

Deputy Chaplain, 83rd Foot, 1779-83; Minister of Second Charge, Paisley, 

1783-97; Professor of Moral Philosophy in Glasgow University, 1797 to 1839; 
died 2ist September, 1839, aged 83. 

NAGEL, ADOLPHUS C., M.D. 1836. 

"Hibernus" [Grad. Alb.]. 

NAIRN, CUTHBERT, M.B., CM. 1894. 

Glasgow; Paris; Ship Surgeon. 

NAIRN, JAMES, M.A. 1884. 

Teacher, Lochwinnoch; died there, 27th August, 1891, aged 29. 

NAIRN, ROBERT WILLIAM, M.B., CM. 1891. 

Johnstone ; Ship Surgeon ; Farnsfield, Notts. 

NAIRN, THOMAS, M.A. 1751. 

" Filius quondam Thomae, in parochia de Kilmaronnock " [Matric. Alb. 
I744]- 

NAIRN, WILLIAM, M.A. 1866. 

U.P. Minister at (i) Keith, (2) Hutchesontown, Glasgow; died 8th July, 
1888. 

NAISMITH, JAMES HENDERSON, M.B., CM. 1891. 

Hamilton ; Lennoxtown. 

NAISMITH, JAMES SCOTT, M.A. 1884, B.Sc. 1886. 

Licentiate of the Church of Scotland. 

NAISMITH, JOHN, M.D. 1838. 

" Filius natu maximus Gulielmi Armigeri apud Hamilton " [Matric. Alb. 
1831]. 

NAISMITH, JOHN ALFRED, M.B., CM. 1893. 

Glasgow. 

NAISMITH, WILLIAM, M.D. 1847. 

Glasgow; Hamilton; died i8th August, 1875, a g d 51- 



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NANDI, SAMBHU CHANDRA, M.B., C.M. 1879. 

Surgeon-Major, I.M.S., Bengal. 

NAPIER, ALEXANDER, M.B. 1872, M.D. 1877. 

Port-Elizabeth, Cape of Good Hope; Glasgow (Assistant to Professor of 
Materia Medica in the University, 1880-88, and sometime Professor of that subject 
in Anderson's College). 

NAPIER, ANDREW, M.D. 1802. 

" Filius natu quartus Alex. Armigeri de Blackstown in Com. de Renfrew " 
[Matric Alb. 1797]. 

NAPIER, CHARLES, M.B., C.M. 1879. 

Glasgow ; Overtown. 

NAPIER, GEORGE GLEN, M.A. 1879. 

Merchant in Glasgow. 

NAPIER, JAMES, M.D. 1828. 

"Fil. Roberti, Aedificatoris, Com. de Renfrew" [Matric. Alb. 1822]. 

NAPIER, JAMES, M.A. 1876. 

Merchant in Glasgow. 

NAPIER, JOHN, M.A. 1887. 

Engineer in Glasgow. 

NAPIER, LAWRENCE TWENTYMAN, B.L. 1878. 

Advocate, Edinburgh. 

NAPIER AND ETTRICK, LORD, LL.D. 1879. 

Tenth Baron ; Secretary of Embassy at Constantinople etc. ; Plenipotentiary 
at Washington, etc. ; Governor of Madras ; and sometime Acting Viceroy of India ; 
born i5th September, 1819; LL.D. Edin. 1884. 

NAPIER, PETER, M.A. 1810, D.D. 1847. 

Minister of (i) St. George's-in-the-Fields, Glasgow, (2) Blackfriars, Glasgow; 
died 1 2th March, 1865, aged 72. 

NASH, JAMES COMBER, M.B., C.M. 1867. 

Slamannan; died 24th March, 1891, aged 48. 

NASMITH, WILLIAM, M.A. 1755. 

"Jacobi filius natu secundus, mercatoris Norvicensis" [Matric. Alb. 1752]. 

NASON, HARRISON, M.D. 1838. 

Newtown Lodge, Co. Cork; died 2nd October, 1861, aged 55. 

NEESON, ANDREW, C.M. 1836, M.D. 1858. 

Crumlin, Co. Antrim; Aghalee, same Co.; died 1868. 

NEIL, JOHN CLARK, M.A. 1883, B.D. 1885. 

Minister of (i) E.U. Church, Rutherglen, 1885-89, (2) E.U. Church, Greenock, 
1889-95, (3) Congregational Church, Hoylake, Cheshire, since 1895. 

NEILL, ANDREW CHARLES BRISBANE, M.D. 1837. 

Surgeon, Madras Army; London; died igth July, 1891, aged 77. 



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NEILL, HENRY, M.A. 1885. 

English Presbyterian Minister at Seaham. 

NEILL, JAMES, M.A. 1885. 

Teacher, Hurlford, Ayrshire; died 2Qth November, 1885, aged 42. 

NEILL, JOHN, B.A. 1859, M.A. 1860. 

Merchant, Greenock. 

NEILSON, HENRY JOHN, M.B., CM. 1885, M.D. 1887. 

Ship Surgeon ; Glasgow ; Over Darwen, Lanes. ; Bulwell, Notts. 

NEILSON, JOHN, M.A. 1827. 

"Fil. n. 3 tius Gulielmi mere. Paisley" [Matric. Alb. 1822]. 

NEILSON, JOSEPH ANDREW, M.D. 1801. 

Believed to be the same person as "J. A. Neilson, a Doctor of Phasic in 
Dublin," mentioned in Dictionary of National Biography; son of Moses 
Neilson, D.D. (q.v.), and brother of William Neilson, D.D. (q.v.). 

NEILSON, MOSES, M.A. 1763, D.D. 1792. 

Presbyterian Minister at Kilmore, Co. Down, 1767 to 1823; died 23rd April, 
1823. 

NEILSON, ROBERT, M.D. 1808. 

" Filius unicus Gavini mercatoris Glasguensis" [Matric. Alb. 1801]. 

NEILSON, ROBERT J., M.A. 1830. 

Probably the same person as Robert J. Neilson, Teacher in Western 
Academy, New City Road, Glasgow, one of the early preceptors of Professor John 
Nichol. 

NEILSON, ROBERT THOMSON, B.L. 1883. 

Writer, Glasgow. 

NEILSON, SAMUEL, M.A. 1816. 

" Filius natu Secundus Jacobi Agricolae in parochia de Cumber in comitatu 
de Down in Hyb." [Matric. Alb. 1813]. 

NEILSON, SAMUEL, M.A. 1819. 

" Filius natu Maximus Joannis Artificis apud Quebec in ditione Mag. Britt." 
[Matric. Alb. 1816]. 

NEILSON, THOMAS, M.A. 1824. 

R.P. Minister at Rothesay; born 1801 ; died 2oth December, 1872. 

NEILSON, WILLIAM, D.D. 1805. 

Presbyterian Minister of Dundalk, Ireland, 1796 to 1818, and Rector of the 

Academy there ; afterwards Professor of Greek, Latin, and Hebrew in the Belfast 

Academical Institution; born i2th September, 1774; died 27th April, 1821; son 

of Moses Neilson, D.D. (q.v.). 

NEILSON, WILLIAM, M.A. 1818. 

"Filius natu maximus Joannis Agricolae in parochia de Termanneny in 
comitatu de Derry" [Matric. Alb. 1814]. 



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NEILSON, WILLIAM BENNETT, B.Sc. 1874. 

Head Master of the Grammar School, Musselburgh; died xoth November, 
1876. 

NEISH, WILLIAM ALEXANDER, M.B., C.M. 1890. 

Glasgow ; Forres ; Cardiff. 

NELSON, ADAM, M.A. 1891, B.D. 1894. 

Licentiate of the Church of Scotland. 

NELSON, JAMES, M.A. 1788, D.D. 1817. 

Minister of the Presbyterian Congregation at Downpatrick, Ireland, 1791 to 
1838; born ist May, 1768; died 28th January, 1838. 

NELSON, JAMES, M.A. 1839. 

NELSON, SAMUEL CRAIG, M.A. 1823. 

Presbyterian Minister, Downpatrick. 

NELSON, THOMAS, M.D. 1815. 

"Scotus" [Grad. Alb.]. 

NELSON, TIMOTHY, M.A. 1758. 

Presbyterian Minister at (i) Penruddock, Cumberland, (2) Garrigill, near 
Alston, (3) Alston Moor, (4) Great Salkeld (near Penrith) and Plumpton 
Street. 

NELSON, WILLIAM DUN, M.D. 1810. 

"Scotus" [Grad. Alb.]. 

NE3BITT, FREDERICK, M.D. 1846. 

"Anglus" [Grad. Alb.]. 

NESS, JAMES, M.A. 1874, B.L. 1876, LL.B. 1878. 

Writer, Glasgow. 

NESS, ROBERT BARCLAY, M.A. 1883, M.B., C.M. 1887. 

Glasgow (Professor of Materia Medica in Anderson's College, and Assistant 
to Professor of Medicine and Clinical Medicine in the University). 

NESS, WILLIAM FINDLAY, M.A, 1882, M.B., C.M. 1887. 

Glasgow ; Port-Glasgow. 

NETTERVILLE, JOHN WILLIAM, M.D. 1845- 

" Hibernus " [Grad. Alb.]. 

NEVIN, ROBERT JAMES, M.B., C.M. 1891. 

West Auckland, Co. Durham. 

NEVIN, WILLIAM, M.D. 1794. 

Believed to be the same person as William Nevin who, from 1785-89, was 

Irish Presbyterian Minister at Downpatrick, but resigned and became a Physician. 

NEWBIGGING, THOMAS DUNCAN, M.B., C.M. 1896. 

West Kilbride. 



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NEWCOMB, SIMON, LL.D. 1896. 

Teacher in Maryland, 1854-56; Computer on the Nautical Almanac, then 
published in Cambridge, Mass., 1857; Professor of Mathematics in the U.S. Navy, 
and assigned to duty at the U.S. Naval Observatory, Washington, 1861 ; Senior 
Professor of Mathematics in the U.S. Navy, with the relative rank of Captain, 
1877, and since then has been in charge of the office of the American Ephemeris 
and Nautical Almanac; in addition to these duties became, in 1884, Professor 
of Mathematics and Astronomy in Johns Hopkins University, Baltimore; LL.D. 
of (i) Columbian University of Washington, 1874, (2) Yale, 1875, (3) Harvard, 
1884, (4) Columbia, 1887; Ph.D. Heidelberg, 1886; born at Wallace, N.S., 
1 2th March, 1835. 

NEWELL, ALFRED GEORGE, M.B., CM. 1894. 

Greenock. 



NEWLANDS, GEORGE FRANCIS, M.A. 1879, LL- 

Writer, Glasgow. 

NEWLANDS, THOMAS SCOTT, M.A. 1877, B.D. 1881. 

U.P. Minister at Craigend, Perth. 

NEWLANDS, WILLIAM, M.A. 1815. 

"F. n. max. Jo. art. Glasg. n." [Matric. Alb. 1809]. 

NEWMAN, DAVID, M.B., C.M. 1878, M.D. 1883. 

Glasgow : sometime Lecturer on Pathology in Royal Infirmary ; Examiner for 

Medical Degrees in the University, 1883-93; son of Edward Newman, M.D. (q.v.). 

NEWMAN, EDWARD, M.D. 1834. 

Staff-Surgeon, R.N., 1859; Partick; died 24th June, 1876. 

NEWMAN, JAMES ELDER, M.D. 1836. 

Glasgow; Cove, Dumbartonshire; died 4th June, 1870, aged 55. 

NEWSOM, HENRY, M.A. 1763. 

"Filius natu major Moses Mercatoris in Urbe de Cork in Hibernia" 
[Matric. Alb. 1762]. 

NEWTH SAMUEL, D.D. 1875. 

(i) Minister of Congregational Church, Broseley, Salop; (2) Professor of 
Classics and Mathematics, Western College, Plymouth ; (3) Professor of Mathe- 
matics and Ecclesiastical History, New College, London ; (4) Professor of 
Classics, Mathematics, and Ecclesiastical History, New College ; (5) Principal 
of New College and Professor of New Testament Exegesis and Ecclesiastical 
History therein. 

NEWTON, ANDREW, M.D. 1833. 

"Hibernus" [Grad. Alb.]. 

NEWTON, JAMES GILLDEA, M.D. 1848. 

Gowran, Co. Kilkenny. 

NEWTON, ROBERT EARLE, M.B., C.M. 1893. 

Glasgow; Rock Ferry, Cheshire; Litcham, Norfolk. 



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NICHOL, HARVEY, M.A. 1881. 

Minister of Parton, Kirkcudbright; B.D. Edin. 1884. 

NICHOL, JOHN PRINGLE, LL.D. 1836. 

Licentiate of the Church of Scotland ; Schoolmaster at (i) Dun, (2) Hawick, 
(3) Cupar-Fife, where he acted as Editor of the Fife Herald ; thereafter Rector 
of Montrose Academy; Professor of Astronomy in Glasgow University, 1836 to 
1859; born at Huntly Hill, near Brechin. i3th January, 1804; died at Rothesay, 
igth September, 1859; father of John Nichol, Professor of English Literature 
in Glasgow University, 1862-89, and father-in-law of Professor William Jack 
(q.v.). 

NICHOL, ROBERT, M.B., CM. 1890. 

Glasgow; Guerrero, Mexico. 

NICHOLL, WHITLOCK, M.D. 1826. 

London; Cowbridge, Glam.; Ludlow; London; F.R.S.; died at Wimbledon, 
3rd December, 1838, aged 52. 

NICHOLSON, ADAM, M.D. 1845. 

Antigua; died 6th June, 1868, aged 49. 

NICHOLSON, BALFOUR STEWART, M.B., CM. 1893. 

Paisley. 

NICHOLSON, JAMES, M.A. 1883. 

Boilermaker, Glasgow. 

NICHOLSON, JOHN, M.D. 1812. 

"Hibernus" [Grad. Alb.]. 

NICHOLSON, JOHN, M.D. 1838. 

Lincoln; London; died 2ist March, 1884, aged 69. 

NICHOLSON, THOMAS, M.D. 1849. 

Antigua; Ealing, Middlesex; Antigua; died 8th July, 1877, aged 77. 

NICHOLSON, WILLIAM THOMAS, M.B., CM. 1886. 

Newcastle-on-Tyne; Morpeth; Glasgow (Superintendent of Victoria Infirmary). 

NICOL, JAMES, B.A. 1818, M.A. 1819. 

Minister of Leslie; died 6th August, 1854, aged 56. 
NICOL, JAMES, M.D. 1839. 

Aberdour; Llandudno, N. Wales; J.P. 

NICOL, JOHN, CM. 1819, M.D. 1827. 

Liverpool. 

NICOL, JOHN WYLLIE, M.B., CM. 1890. 

Glasgow (Vaccinator to Western Infirmary). 
NICOL, WALTER, M.A. 1823. 

Possibly Presbyterian Minister at Longtown, Cumberland. 



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NICOL, WILLIAM, D.D. 1853. 

Minister of U.P. Church, Jedburgh; died 28th December, 1858, aged 62. 

NICOL, WILLIAM, M.B., CM. 1879. 

Ayr. 

NICOLL, GEORGE, M.B., CM. 1893. 

Kirriemuir. 

NICOLL, JAMES HENDERSON, M.B., CM. 1886. 

Glasgow. 

NICOLLS, GEORGE ARCHIBALD, M.D. 1839. 

Staff-Surgeon, R.N. 

NICOLLS, PATRICK JOSEPH, M.D. 1839. 

Navan, Co. Meath ; died 23rd April, 1887. 

NICOLLS, SIMON, M.D. 1839. 

Longford, Ireland; died 27th August, 1876. 

NICOLSON, DAVID, M.A. 1895. 

Senior Assistant in Secondary Department of High School, Brechin. 

NICOLSON, DONALD NORMAN, M.D. 1845. 

Barra ; Glasgow. 

NICOLSON, ROBERT ALEXANDER, M.A. 1886, B.Sc. 1887. 

Teacher in the High School of Glasgow. 

NIDDRIE, PETER, M.D. 1835. 

"Scotus" [Grad. Alb.]. 

NIELL, JOHN, M.D. 1835. 

London; Croydon, Surrey; died 3oth September, 1872, aged 65. 

NIELSON, ANDREW BONAR, M.A. 1891. 

English Presbyterian Missionary to Formosa. 

NIHILL, JOHN, CM. 1825. 

Killaloe, Co. Clare. 

NIMMO, FRANK PAUL, M.A. 1886. 

Teacher in (a) Allan Glen's School, Glasgow, (b) Graaf-Reinet College, 
Cape Colony. 

NIMMO, WILLIAM, M.D. 1835. 

Glasgow (Assistant Surgeon to the Eye Infirmary, and Lecturer on Surgery 
in College Street); went to Demerara, 1836, and died there, 1841. 

NIMMO, WILLIAM CAMERON, M.A. 1879, LL-B. 1882. 

(i) Writer, Glasgow; (2) Stockbroker there; (3) Wool and Produce Broker, 
Sydney, New South Wales. 

NISBET, ADAM THOMSON, M.B., CM. 1886, M.D. 1896. 

Glasgow; Newton Abbot, Devon; Ashburton there; Newton Abbot. 



ROLL OF GRADUATES 473 

NISBET, HENRY, LL.D. 1871. 

Missionary to Samoa, Polynesian Islands; died 1876, aged 59. 

NISBET, HUGH STIRLING BROWN, M.B., C.M. 1894. 

Glasgow. 

NISBET, JAMES ANDERSON, M.D. 1843. 

"Scotus" [Grad. Alb.]. 

NISBET, JOHN, M.A. 1888. 

Barrister-at-Law, London. 

NISBET, MATTHEW, M.D. 1820. 

"Scotus" [Grad. Alb.]. 

NISBET, RICHARD, M.A. 1770. 

" Joannis Filius natu maximus Agricolae in Parochia de Donagheady in Com. 
de Tyrone Hibernia" [Matric, Alb. 1769]. 

NISBET, ROBERT GEORGE, M.A. 1894. 

Student of Christ Church, Oxford. 

NISBET, THOMAS, M.A. 1895. 

Teacher, Glasgow, in (i) Bobbie's Loan Public School, (2) Pupil Teachers' 
Institute. 

NISBETT, NEHEMIAH, M.A, 1770. 

Dissenting Minister, "settled in a Parish in England." 

NIVEN, CHARLES RITCHIE, M.B., C.M. 1888. 

Kimbolton, Hunts. ; Littleborough, Lanes. ; Liverpool. 

NIVEN, JAMES, M.D. 1840. 

Ayr; Surgeon, R.N. ; died at Harwich, loth June, 1863. 

NIVEN, JAMES, M.B., C.M. 1893. 

Ashington, Northumberland 

NIVEN, THOMAS, M.B., C.M. 1868. 

Strathmiglo ; Newburgh. 

NIVEN, THOMAS BROWN WILLIAM, B.L. 1889. 

Writer, Glasgow. 

NIVISON, JAMES, M.A. 1878. 

Clerk, Sanquhar. 

NIXON, GEORGE, M.A. 1774. 

" Filius natu maximus Viri Reverendi Andreae Rectoris parochiae de Anna in 
Comitatu de Cavan, Hibernia" [Matric. Alb. 1772]. 

NIXON, GEORGE ALCOCK, M.D. 1834. 

Enniskillen. 

NOBLE, ALEXANDER, M.D. 1841, C.M. 1854. 

"Hibernus" [Grad. Alb.]. 



474 ROLL OF GRADUATES 

NOEHDEN, GEORG HEINRICH, LL.D. 1812. 

German philologist ; Tutor to daughters of Grand Duchess of Saxe-Weimar ; 
Secretary, Department of Antiquities, British Museum, London ; born at Gottingen, 
23rd January, 1770; died i4th March, 1826. 

NOLAN, HENRY PALMER, M.D. 1842. 

Dublin. 

NORRIS, FREDERICK LAING, M.B., CM. 1888. 

Woodford, Essex; Cayon, St. Kitts, West Indies; Woodford, Essex; St. 
Kitts, West Indies; Montserrat there. 

NORRIS, HUGH MOFFAT, B.A. 1802. 

"Filius natu maximus Hugonis armigeri de Edwinstow in Comitatu de 
Nottingham in Anglia" [Matric. Alb. 1800]. 

NORRIS, JOHN HUTCHINSON, M.D. 1830. 

Preston, Lanes.; Durham; died 23rd November, 1863, aged 54. 

NORRIS, ROBERT RADCLIFFE, M.D. 1835. 

"Anglus" [Grad. Alb.]. 

NORVAL, WILLIAM, M.A. 1829. 

Minister of (i) South Church, Kirriemuir, (2) Trindon Episcopal Church, 
(3) St. Andrew's Episcopal Church, Glasgow, (4) St. James's, Bermondsey. 

NOVELLI, AUGUSTUS, B.A. 1836. 

" Filius natu maximus Philippi, Armigeri, in comitat. de Lancaster " [Matric. 
Alb. 1833]. 

NUGENT, MORGAN DELVINIS, M.D. 1828. 

"Hibernus" [Grad. Alb.]. 

NUTTING, DANIEL CHAPLIN, B.Sc. 1895. 

Officer, U.S. Navy. 

OASTLER, JAMES, M.B., CM. 1882, M.D. 1889. 

Church-Stretton, Salop; Glasgow. 

OBERY, JOHN MEESOM, B.A. 1837, M.A. 1838. 

Congregational Minister at (i) Harrison Road Chapel, Halifax, (2) Woodford, 
Essex; died i3th April, 1858, aged 45. 

O'BRENAN, JOHN, M.D. 1802. 

"Hybernus" [Grad. Alb.]. 

O'BRIEN, BARTHOLOMEW, M.D. 1833. 

Burwood, N.S. Wales. 

O'BRIEN, GEORGE WILLIAM, M.D. 1832. 

Ennis, Co. Clare; died 2nd December, 1864. 
O'BRIEN, JOHN, M.D. 1839. 

"Hibernus" [Grad. Alb.]. 



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O'BRIEN, JOHN ALOYSIUS, M.B., CM. 1876. 

Sunderland ; Beechworth, Victoria, Australia ; Melbourne there ; Sunbury 
there. 

O'BRIEN, JOSEPH, M.D. 1839. 

"Hibernus" [Grad. Alb.]. 

O'BRYEN, JOHN ROCHE, M.D. 1836. 

Clifton; Liverpool; London; died 26th July, 1870, aged 58. 

OCHILTREE, EDWARD GRAHAM, M.B., C.M. 1880, M.D. 1883. 

Glasgow ; Carmarthen ; Ballarat, Victoria, Australia. 

tfCONNELL, DENNIS, M.D. 1825. 

"Hibernus" [Grad. Alb.]. 

O'CONNELL, MORGAN DAVID, M.D. 1838. 

Knight of St. Ferdinand ; sometime Surgeon on Staff, Brit. Leg. of Spain ; 
Kilmallock, Co. Limerick; died January, 1887. 

O'CONNOR, EDMUND, M.D. 1791. 

"Hibernus" [Grad. Alb.]. 

O'CONNOR, JAMES, M.A. 1779. 

"Hibernus" [Grad. Alb.]. 

ODELL, ROBERT, M.D. 1837. 

Ballingarry, Co. Limerick; died 1865. 

O'DONNELL, HUGH, CM. 1832. 

Buncrana, Co. Donegal; Coroner for Ennishowen; died 1857. 

O'DONNELL, JAMES, M.D. 1832. 

"Hibernus" [Grad. Alb.]. 

O'DONNELL, JAMES, M.D. 1838. 

"Hibernus" [Grad. Alb.]. 

O'DONOGHUE, HUGH, C.M. 1820. 

"Hibernus" [Grad. Alb.]. 

O'DONOVAN, BARTHOLOMEW, M.D. 1839. 

"Hibernus" [Grad. Alb.]. 

O'DONOVAN, DANIEL, M.D. 1852. 

Shanagolden, Co. Limerick; Surgeon -Major, Army; Rathgar, Co. Dublin. 

O'DWYER, WILLIAM, M.D. 1784. 

Staff-Physician, Army Medical Department of Ireland. 

O'FERRALL, HUGH, M.D. 1788. 

"Hibernus" [Grad. Alb.]. 

O'FLYN, JOHN DENIS, M.D. 1833. 

Cork; died 1872. 

OGILVY, DAVID GRAHAM DRUMMOND. See AIRLIE, EARL OF. 



476 ROLL OF GRADUATES 

O'GORMAN, JOHN PETER, CM. 1829. 

"Hibernus" [Grad. Alb.]. 

O'HAGAN, HUGH, M.D. 1838. 

Navan, Co. Meath; Surgeon, R.N. 

O'HANLON, DAVID, M.D. 1851. 

Rathkeale, Co. Limerick; J.P. ; died roth May, 1876, aged 52. 

O'HANLON, JAMES, C.M. 1840. 

"Hibernus" [Grad. Alb.]. 

O'HEAR, JOSEPH, B.L. 1888. 

Writer, Glasgow. 

O'KELLY, EDWARD TALBOT, M.D., C.M. 1819. 

Maynooth, Co. Kildare; graduated as "Kelly." 

O'KELLY, EDWARD TALBOT, M.D., C.M. 1836. 

Maynooth, Co. Kildare; died 4th February, 1879, aged 68. 

O'LEARY, CORNELIUS R., M.D., C.M. 1837. 

"Hibernus" [Grad. Alb.]. 

OLIPHANT, JAMES, M.A. 1756. 

Minister of (i) Gorbals, (2) Kilmarnock, (3) Dumbarton; mentioned in 
Burns' Poem, "The Ordination"; died loth April, 1818, aged 84; became blind 
some time before death, but continued to officiate. 

OLIPHANT, WILLIAM, M.A. 1787. 

"Filius natu unicus Jacobi" (q.v.) " V.D.M. in vico et Comitatu de Dumbar- 
ton" [Matric. Alb. 1783]. 

OLIVER, ALEXANDER, B.A. 1853. 

U.P. Minister at (i) Galashiels, 1854-64, (2) Regent Place, Glasgow, since 
1865; D.D. Edin. 1888. 

OLIVER, ANDREW, M.A. 1771. 

"Filius natu maximus Thomae Automatum Opificis in parochia Enniskillen 
Comitatu Fermanagh Hibernia" [Matric. Alb. 1769]. 

OLIVER, ARCHIBALD RUSSELL, M.B., C.M. 1895. 

Glasgow; son of Alexander Oliver, B.A. 1853 (q.v.). 

OLIVER, FRANK, M.D. 1843. 

London; died ist October, 1890, aged 77. 

OLIVER, JOHN, M.A. 1874- 

Minister of (i) Belhaven, Dunbar, (2) Maryhill. 

OLIVER, THOMAS, M.B., C.M. 1874, M.D. 1880. 

Glasgow ; Preston, Lanes. ; Newcastle-on-Tyne (Professor of Physiology 

in University of Durham, and Lecturer on that subject in Newcastle-on-Tyne 

College of Medicine); Degree Examiner on Physiology in Glasgow University, 

1891-92. 



ROLL OF GRADUATES 477 

OLIVER, WILLIAM, M.A. 1767. 

"Hibernus" [Grad. Alb.]. 

OLIVER, WILLIAM, M.A. 1871. 

Professor of English and Tutor in Classics at the Memorial College, Brecon, 
South Wales, 1872-83; Minister of the Congregational Church at Wrexham, North 
Wales, 1886-91 ; since then without special charge. 

O'MEAGHER, WILLIAM, M.D. 1791. 

"Hibernus" [Grad. Alb.} 

O'MEALLY, PATRICK, C.M. 1825. 

"Jamaica" [Grad. Alb.]. 

O'MULLANE, ARTHUR, M.D. 1838. 

An "A. O'Mullane, M.D.," died "at Bourke-st. West, Australia," on 2ist 
October, 1864, aged 51. 

O'NEIL, CHARLES, M.A. 1780. 

"Natus in Hibernia, Filius natu secundus Joannis Armigeri in Parochia de 
Ray in Com. de Donegal" [Matric. Alb. 1779]. 

O'NEIL, DANIEL JOSEPH, M.B., C.M. 1877. 

Liverpool; Farnworth, Lanes.; died there, i3th September, 1897, aged 43. 

O'NEIL, WILLIAM, M.D. 1791. 

"Hibernus" [Grad. Alb.]. 

O'NEILL, CHARLES, M.B., C.M. 1892. 

Coatbridge. 

O'NEILL, CLOTWORTHY, M.A. 1736. 

High Sheriff of the County of Antrim. 

O'NEILL, CONOLLY, M.A. 1776. 

" Natus in Hibernia filius natu tertius Jacobi Reverendi viri Vicarii Parochiae 
de Kilbarren in Comitatu Dunnegal" [Matric. Alb. 1774]. 

O'NEILL, HUGH, CM. 1821. 

"Ireland" [Grad. Alb.]. 

O'NEILL, JOHN, M . D . ,8 47 . 

Ballymena, Co. Antrim; died January, 1867. 
O'NEILL, MARKER, M.A. 1735. 

"Filius Felicis O'Neill arm. in com. Antrim" [Matric. Alb. 1733]. 
O'NEILL, TIMOTHY, M.D. 1848, C.M. 1863. 

Conna, Co. Cork; Ballyduff, Co. Waterford; died 23rd September, 1870. 

O'REDY, JAMES, M.D. 1785. 

"Hibernus" [Grad. Alb.]. 

O'REILLY, EDWARD, M.D. 1818. 

"Hibernus" [Grad. Alb.]. 



478 ROLL OF GRADUATES 

O'REILLY, JOHN, M.D. 1839. 

"Hibernus" [Grad. Alb.]. 

O'REILLY, JOHN JOSEPH, M.D. 1838. 

Trim, Co. Meath; died 26th May, 1868. 

ORMOND, HUGH HAMILTON, B.L. 1885. 

Writer, Helensburgh. 

ORMOND, JAMES HAMILTON, M.B., CM. 1893. 

West Auckland, Co. Durham ; Partick. 

ORMSTON, HENRY BALDWIN, M.D. 1837. 

Ban don, Co. Cork; died 1868. 

O'ROURKE, PATRICK, M.D. 1841. 

Enniscorthy, Co. Wexford; died gth February, 1876, aged 80. 
ORR, ALEXANDER, M.D. 1855. 

Irvine; died 1858. 

ORR, ALEXANDER BRODIE SETON, M.B., CM. 1877, M.D. 1882. 

Glasgow; Chester; London. 

ORR, DAVID, M.A. 1884, B.D. 1886. 

Minister of Elder Park Parish, Govan. 

ORR, DAVID WHITEFORD, M.B., CM. 1883. 

Huddersfield. 

ORR, JAMES, M.D. 1835. 

Dunoon. 

ORR, JAMES, M.A. 1870, B.D. 1872, D.D. 1885. 

U.P. Minister at Hawick, 1874-91 ; Professor of Church History in U.P. 
College since 1891; Degree Examiner on Mental Philosophy in Glasgow Uni- 
versity, 1876-79. 

ORR, JOHN, M.A. 1808. 

Surgeon at Cambo, Northumberland. 

ORR, JOHN, M.A. 1815. 

Presbyterian Minister at Portaferry, County Down, 1822-78; died 4th 
November, 1878. 

ORR, JOHN, M.D. 1864. 

Glasgow; Ship Surgeon; Liverpool; died 1884. 

ORR, JOHN, M.A. 1873. 

Minister of Church Street English Presbyterian Church, Berwick-on-Tweed ; 
died 1883. 

ORR, JOHN, B.Sc. 1896. 

Mechanical Engineer: (i) Apprentice with Gibb & Hogg, Ltd., Airdrie; 

(2) in works of D. & W. Henderson, Finnieston, Glasgow; (3) on Drawing 

Office Staff of Simpson, Strickland & Co., Ltd., Dartmouth; (4) on Technical 

Staff of Wigham, Richardson & Co., Newcastle. 



ROLL OF GRADUATES 479 

ORR, JOHN AITKEN, M.A. 1883. 

Minister of Broxburn. 

ORR, JOHN ERASER, M.B., CM. 1885, M.D. 1888. 

Glasgow. 

ORR, RICHARD, M.A. 1895. 

Teacher, Glasgow, in (i) Abbotsford Public School, (2) Wolseley Street 
School, (3) Queen's Park School. 

ORR, ROBERT, M.A. 1816. 

"Filius natu Secundus quondam Alexandra Mercatoris apud Belford in 
comitatu de Antrim" [Matric. Alb. 1813]. 

ORR, ROBERT, M.D. 1856. 

. Kilbirnie ; Glasgow. 

ORR, WILLIAM, C.M. 1833. 

"Scotus" [Grad. Alb.]. 

ORR, WILLIAM, B.L. 1886. 

Writer, Coatbridge. 

ORR, WILLIAM ALEXANDER, M.B., C.M. 1878. 

Johnstone. 

ORR, WILLIAM FREW, M.A. 1883. 

Licentiate of the U.P. Church. 

ORR, WILLIAM JOHN, M.B., C.M. 1896. 

Saltcoats. 

O'RYAN, JOHN, M.D. 1791. 

Settled at Waterford. 

OSBORNE, ALEXANDER, M.A. 1880. 

Minister of (i) Burwood Presbyterian Church, Sydney, N.S.W., (2) Martyrs' 
Free Church, Dundee. 

OSBORNE, DAVID, M.A. 1868. 

Writer, Cupar-Fife. 

OSBORNE, GEORGE MOORE, M.D. 1838. 

Dundee; died 6th January, 1864. 

OSBORNE, HENRY, M.A. 1851. 

Presbyterian Minister at (i) Granshaw, 1858-9, (2) Rathfriland, 1859-62, 
(3) Holy wood, Belfast, since 1862. 

OSBORNE, JAMES, M.B., C.M. 1869, M.D. 1872. 

Huddersfield ; Mirfield, Yorks.; Huddersfield ; Bournemouth. 

OSBORNE, JOHN ALLEN, M.D. 1855. 

Surgeon in French Transport Service; Milford, Co. Donegal; J.P. 

OSWALD, DAVID ROBERT, M.B., C.M. 1881. 

Kinross. 



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OSWALD, JAMES, D.D. 1765. 

Minister of (i) Dunnet, (2) Methven; died 2nd August, 1793, aged 90; 
father of George Oswald of Scotstoun, Alexander Oswald of Shieldhall, etc. 

OSWALD, LANDEL ROSE, M.B., C.M. 1888. 

(Brunton Prizeman); Glasgow Western Infirmary; Gartnavel Asylum ; Medical 
Superintendent of Gartloch Asylum. 

OSWALD, WILLIAM, M.A. 1813. 

"F. n. 3 tius quondam Josephi Artificis Larbert Stirling" [Matric. Alb. 1809]. 

OTTERSON, MICHAEL, M.D., C.M. 1846. 

Moneymore, Co. Deny. 

OUGHTERSON, JOHN STEELE, M.A. 1793. 

Minister of (i) West Kilbride, (2) Monkton; died 24th December, 1829, 
aged 60. 

OULTON, CHARLES, M.D. 1842. 

"Hibernus" [Grad. Alb.]. 

OUMOV, NIKOLAI ALEKSEJEVICH, LL.D. 1896. 

Professor of Physics in the University of Moscow. 

OVENDEN, WILLIAM CHAMBERS, M.D. 1834. 

Enniskillen, Co. Fermanagh; died i5th October, 1862, aged 57. 

OVERTOUN, BARON, M.A. 1865. 

John Campbell White of Overtoun; Merchant in Glasgow; born 2ist 
November, 1843; created Baron, 1893. 

OWEN, HUGH, LL.D. 1806. 

Master of the Grammar School at Stowe Market, Suffolk. 

OWEN, JOHN UNDERBILL, M.D. 1836. 

Landport, Hants. ; died 2nd December, 1860, aged 53. 

OWEN, SIR RICHARD, LL.D. 1881. 

Conservator of Hunterian Museum at Royal College of Surgeons, London, 
1827-56; Hunterian Professor of Comparative Anatomy and Physiology in that 
College, 1836-56; Superintendent of Natural History Collections of the British 
Museum, 1856-84; D.C.L. Oxon. 1852; F.R.S.; C.B. 1873; K.C.B. 1884; born 
at Lancaster, 2oth July, 1804; died i8th December, 1892. 

OWEN, ROBERT, M.A. 1865. 

Minister of the Welsh Calvinistic Methodist Churches of (i) Pennal and 
Maethlon, 1865-83, (2) Maethlon, 1883-90; Secretary of the Presbytery of West 
Merioneth since 1872. 

OWEN, WILLIAM GRIFFITH, M.B., C.M. 1876. 

Glasgow ; Carnarvon. 

OWENS, SIR GEORGE BOLSTER, M.D. 1850. 

Dublin; Lord Mayor thereof, 1876; High Sheriff, 1881 ; J.P.; K.B. 1876; 
born 1808. 



ROLL OF GRADUATES 481 

PACKINGHAM, GEORGE EDWARD, LL.D. 1766. 

" In London " ; author of " an Appeal to Magna Charta upon Descent, etc." 
[Univ. Minute, 8th April, 1766]. 

PAGAN, GAVIN LANG, M.A. 1895, B.D. 1896. 

Licentiate of the Church of Scotland; son of John Pagan, D.D. (q.v.). 

PAGAN, JOHN, B.A. 1853, M.A. 1854, D.D. 1886. 

Minister of (i) Forgandenny, (2) BothwelL 

PAGAN, JOHN HAMILTON, M.A. 1891, B.D. 1894. 

Licentiate of the Church of Scotland; son of John Pagan, D.D. (q.v.). 

PAGAN, ROBERT OSBORNE, M.A. 1885. 

W.S., Cupar-Fife; son-in-law of John Young, M.D., Professor of Natural 
History in Glasgow University. 

PAINE, JOSEPH, M.A. 1734, D.D. 1764. 

"Ang. Hib. Fil. Laurentii Paine de Navan in Com. Meath Armigeri" 
[Matric. Alb. 1732]; twice fined "for staying out and drinking late" [Univ. 
Minutes, nth and i6th February, and 6th May, 1734]. 

PAIRMAN, WILLIAM, M.A. 1756. 

Minister of Elie; died i7th February, 1798, aged 65; nephew of Principal 
William Leechman (q.v.). 

PAISLEY, JOHN FINGLASS, M.D. 1840. 

Edinburgh. 

PAISLEY, ROBERT, D.D. 1875. 

Minister of (i) Partick, 1836-43, (2) St. Ninians, Stirling, 1843-79; died 
ist April, 1879. 

PALEY, ROBERT, M.D. 1802. 

Ripon, Yorks. ; died i6th October, 1859, aged 79. 

PALMER, ARCHIBALD LEIGHTON, C.M. 1819. 

"Anglus" [Grad. Alb.]. 

PALMER, ARTHUR, LL.D. 1890. 

Professor of Latin in Trinity College, Dublin. 

PALMER, BENJAMIN ARMSTRONG, M.B. 1880. 

Glasgow; Crossmaglen, Co. Armagh; Newry there. 

PALMER, DAVID MORGAN, B.A. 1858. 

Head Master, Endowed Grammar School, Cardigan; born 7th June, 1833. 

PALMER, GEORGE HARRY, B.A. 1855, M.A. 1856. 

Barrister-at-Law, London; Editor of Law Magazine and Review ; Professor 

of History in Cavalry College, Cambridge; born in Carmarthenshire, 28th 

December, 1831; drowned nth January, 1866, in Bay of Biscay (on way to 

Melbourne in search of health) through sinking of S.S. " London." 

2 H 



482 ROLL OF GRADUATES 

PALMER, JOHN FYSHE, M.D. 1765. 

Probably some connection of the Rev. Thomas Fyshe Palmer, who, along 
with Thomas Muir, M.A. 1782 (q.v.), was transported in 1793 for "sedition." 

PALMER, JOSEPH, M.D. 1837. 

Dublin. 

PALMER, SHIRLEY, M.D. 1814. 

Practitioner at Tamworth, Staffs, (twice High Bailiff of that town); estab- 
lished a practice at Birmingham in 1831, but maintained residence and connection 
at Tamworth; born at Coleshill, Warwickshire, 27th August, 1786; died at 
Tamworth, nth November, 1852. 

PALMER, THOMAS, M.D. 1836. 

Dublin. 

PANTON, ALEXANDER, M.A. 1795, M.D. 1805. 

Glasgow; died there, 1840. 

PANTON, JOHN, M.D. 1838. 

Glasgow; sometime Surgeon, R.N. ; died 28th July, 1864, aged 70. 

PARK, ALEXANDER GLEN, M.B., C.M. 1887, M.D. 1892. 

Bolton. 

PARK, ANDREW CHRISTIE, M.B., C.M. 1893. 

Glasgow; Brandon, Co. Durham; Glasgow; Heaton, Northumberland. 

PARK, CHARLES, M.D. 1862. 

Campbeltown; died 1870. 

PARK, GILBERT, M.B., C.M. 1891, M.D. 1894. 

Dumfries ; Kilsyth ; Calcutta. 

PARK, HUGH HAMILTON, M.B., C.M. 1891. 

Kilsyth; died 24th January, 1896. 

PARK, JOHN, M.A. 1821, D.D. 1859. 

Sometime Assistant Librarian in University of Glasgow ; Minister of Cadder, 
1837-81 ; died igth October, 1881, aged 81. 

PARK, MAITLAND HALL, M.A. 1885. 

Newspaper Editor, Allahabad, India. 

PARK, ROBERT, M.A. 1812. 

Irish Presbyterian Minister at Ballymoney, 1817-76; died loth May, 1876. 

PARK, ROBERT, M.D. 1881. 

Glasgow. 

PARK, WILLIAM, M.D. 1743. 

"Surgeon to the Castle of Edinburgh" [Univ. Minute, 6th April, 1743]. 



ROLL OF GRADUATES 483 

PARK, WILLIAM, M.A. 1824, D.D. 1877. 

Appointed Sub-Librarian to the University, i4th April, 1826 ; Chief Librarian, 
22nd October, 1827; afterwards Minister of Airth ; died at 42 Leslie Street, 
Pollokshields, 2Qth March, 1889, aged 85. 

PARK, WILLIAM, M.B., CM. 1890. 

Glasgow; Johnstone-Bridge, Dumfriesshire. 

PARK, WILLIAM, M.B., CM. 1891. 

Beith; Melsonby, Yorks. 

PARKER, ANDREW BORLAND, M.A. 1832, D.D. 1862. 

Minister of (i) Levern, (2) Lesmahagow, (3) Free Church there, (4) Wellpark 
Free Church, Glasgow; died 4th April, 1867. 

PARKER, FRANCIS, M.D. 1833. 

Went to India, 1837, in service of East India Company; died there, 1841. 

PARKER, JAMES, M.B. 1877, M.D. 1885. 

Chryston, Lanarkshire ; Glasgow ; London. 

PARKER, JAMES, M.B., CM. 1885. 

Glasgow ; Paisley ; Glasgow ; Kilmalcolm. 

PARKER, JAMES ALEXANDER, B.Sc. 1885. 

Civil Engineer in Glasgow and London, 1885-91 ; Engineer to Contractors 
for Barnton Railway, near Edinburgh, 1892 ; Engineer to Contractors for Partick 
section of Lanarkshire and Dumbartonshire Railway, 1892-96. 

PARKER, JAMES HENRY, B.L. 1884. 

Chartered Accountant, Glasgow. 

PARKER, JOHN, M.A. 1844. 

" Filius nat. sec. Roberti pistoris Glasguensis" [Matric. Alb. 1838]. 

PARKER, JOHN, M.D. 1862. 

Glasgow; Ningpo, China; Chryston, Lanarkshire; Glasgow. 

PARKER, JOSEPH, M.D. 1840. 

Limerick; died 1881. 

PARKER, MATTHEW ARCHIBALD, B.Sc. 1893. 

Chemist; Assistant to Professor of Chemistry in Glasgow and West of 
Scotland Technical College. 

PARKER, NOBLE DUNSCOMBE, M.D. 1836. 

Carrigrohane Lodge, Co. Cork; died i8th November, 1883. 

PARKER, PATRICK, M.A, 1770. 

" Xatus in Hibernia Filius natu maximus Samuelis Mercatoris in Urb. Tan- 
dragee in Comitatu de Armagh in Hibernia" [Matric. Alb. 1768]. 

PARKER, WILLIAM ARNOT, M.B., CM. 1889. 

Glasgow ; Ship Surgeon ; Lancaster ; Glasgow. 



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PARKIN, GEORGE, M.A. 1875, B.D. 1879. 

Primitive Methodist Minister at (i) Leeds, 1879-83, (2) Chesterfield, 1883-87, 
(3) Northampton, 1887-96; Principal of the Primitive Methodist College, Man- 
chester, since 1896. 

PARLANE, JAMES, M.A. 1851. 

U.P. Minister at (i) Hawick, (2) Burntisland. 

PARLANE, WILLIAM, M.A. 1814. 

U.P. Minister at Tranent; died 7th February, 1884. 

FARMER, WILLIAM FREDERICK, M.B., CM. 1880. 

Abergavenny; Edmonton, Middlesex; London. 

PARRY, WILLIAM, M.D. 1847. 

Caersws, Wales. 

PARRY, WILLIAM HARROP, M.B., CM. 1890. 

Llanfyllin, Montgomeryshire; Holy well, Flintshire; Llanrwst, Denbighshire. 

PARSONS, FRANCIS HENRY, M.D., CM. 1861. 

Long Itchington, Warwickshire ; P. & O. Company's Service ; Nottingham ; 
Barking, Essex; Hastings; Worthing, Sussex. 

PARSONS, WILLIAM, M.D. 1865. 

Kells, Co. Meath; died 1868. 

PARTINGTON, WILLIAM, M.B., CM. 1878. 

Tunstall, Staffs. 

PASS, ARCHIBALD, CM. 1832. 

"Scotus" [Grad. Alb.]. 

PATER, WALTER HORATIO, LL.D. 1894. 

Fellow, Dean, and Lecturer, Brasenose College, Oxford; B.A. Oxon. 1862, 

M.A. 1865 ; born at London, 4th August, 1839; died at Oxford, 3oth July, 1894. 

PATERSON, ALEXANDER, M.A. 1820. 

Minister of the Presbyterian Chapel at Stourbridge, 1823 to 3rd April, 1852, 
when he died, aged 53. 

PATERSON, ALEXANDER, M.A. 1869. 

U.P. Minister at Lilliesleaf ; resigned 1896 ; resident (1897) at 153 Dalkeith 
Road, Edinburgh. 

PATERSON, ALEXANDER, M.A. 1885. 

Minister of Westray. 

PATERSON, ALEXANDER, M.A. 1886. 

(i) Assistant Sub-Editor of Edinburgh Evening News ; (2) Chief Sub-Editor 

of Dundee Courier; (3) Editor of The Yorkshire Evening Post, Leeds, since 1890. 

PATERSON, ALEXANDER, M.A. 1889. 

Minister of Baptist Church, Falkirk. 
PATERSON, ALEXANDER BROWNING, M.B., C.M. 1884. 

Bishop- Auckland ; Darlington ; Derby. 



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PATERSON, ALEXANDER CRAIG, B.L. 1877, LL-B. ^g. 

M.A. St. Andrews ; Writer, Glasgow. 

PATERSON, ALEXANDER JOHN BLAIR, M.A. 1887. 

Minister of East U.P. Church, Duns, since 1891. 

PATERSON, ALEXANDER NISBET, M.A. 1882. 

Architect, Glasgow. 

PATERSON, ANDREW, M.A. 1731- 

"Scoto Hib." [Grad. Alb.]. 

PATERSON. ANDREW BAILLIE, B.Sc. 1885. 

Teacher in (i) Moffat Academy, 1878-81, (2) Beckford Street Public School, 
Hamilton, 1884-85, (3) Harris Academy, Dundee, since 1885. 

PATERSON, CHARLES ALFRED, M.A. 1877, LL.B. 1878. 

Advocate ; Acting-Principal, Church of Scotland Madras Mission. 

PATERSON, COLIN, M.D. 1828, CM. 1858. 

" Dr. Colin Paterson, Dep. -Inspect. -Gen. of Hosps.," died at Nagpore, India, 
in 1863. 

PATERSON, DANIEL, M.A. 1851. 

Minister of a charge on the River Conder. 

PATERSON, DAVID, M.A. 1884, B.D. 1888. 

Minister of Parson's Green (Restalrig) Free Church, Edinburgh. 

PATERSON, GEORGE WATSON, M.A. 1857. 

"Fil. nat. sec. Jacobi, Medici apud Glasguam" [Matric. Alb. 1852]. 

PATERSON, HAMILTON PAUL, M.A. 1892, LL.B. 1896. 

Writer, Glasgow. 

PATERSON, HUGH SINCLAIR, M.D. 1863. 

Minister of (i) Free St. Mark's Church, Glasgow, (2) Belgrave Presbyterian 
Church, London, (3) Trinity Presbyterian Church, Notting Hill, London. 

PATERSON, JAMES, M.A. 1780. 

Possibly the same person as James Patterson, Irish Presbyterian Minister 
at Ardglass, 1782-98, who died yth May, 1798. 

PATERSON, JAMES, M.D. 1818. 

"Scotus" [Grad. Alb.]. 

PATERSON, JAMES, CM. 1834, M.D. 1836. 

Glasgow (Professor of Midwifery in Anderson's College there, 1841-63); was 
a witness in the Pritchard murder trial, 1865; died 2ist June, 1881. 

PATERSON, JAMES, LL.D. 1841. 

Rector of the Academy at St. John's, New Brunswick. 

PATERSON, JAMES, M.D. 1849. 

Partick (Medical Officer of Health for that Burgh). 



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* 

PATERSON, JAMES, M.A. 1855. 

Only known designation (as per General Council Register, 1859-60), Pro- 
bationer, Ch. of Scotland, Kirn, by Greenock. 

PATERSON, JAMES, M.A. 1882, B.D. 1884. 

Minister of (i) Free Church, Ballater, (2) English Presbyterian Church, 
Belgrave, London, (3) White Memorial Free Church, Glasgow. 

PATERSON, JAMES, M.A. 1886. 

Writer, Glasgow. 

PATERSON, JAMES, M.A. 1890. 

Teacher in (i) Alloa Academy, 1889, (2) Wishaw Public School, 1889-90, 
(3) Lanark Grammar School, 1890-92, (4) Oban High School since 1892. 

PATERSON, JAMES CHARLES, M.A. 1894. 

Law Clerk, 175 Hope Street, Glasgow. 

PATERSON, JAMES CRAWFORD, M.A. 1892. 

Licentiate of the Free Church. 

PATERSON, JOHN, B.A. 1836. 

Free Church Minister of Tranent since 1843. 

PATERSON, JOHN, M.A. 1868, B.D. 1870. 

U.P. Minister at Airdrie. 
PATERSON, JOHN, M.A. 1888, M.B., C.M. 1892. 

Glasgow (Medical Superintendent of Victoria Infirmary) ; Garthmyl, Mont- 
gomeryshire; Cape Town. 
PATERSON, JOHN, M.A. 1895. 

Student of Theology in Glasgow University. 

PATERSON, JOHN DOUGLAS, M.A. 1893. 

Licentiate of the Free Church. 

PATERSON, JOHN SOMERVILLE, B.L. 1881. 

Writer in Glasgow. 

PATERSON, JOHN THORNVILLE, D.D. 1830. 

Minister of Robinson's Lane (known since 1825 as St. George's) Presbyterian 
Church, Sunderland, 1821-66; Moderator of Synod, 1842; born 2ist November, 
1792; died i3th May, 1868. 

PATERSON, JOSHUA, M.D., C.M. 1836. 

Glasgow; died there, isth May, 1892, aged 78. 

PATERSON, NATHANIEL, D.D. 1837. 

Minister of (i) Galashiels, (2) St. Andrew's, Glasgow, (3) Free St. Andrew's 
there; died 25th April, 1871, aged 84; grandson of "Old Mortality." 

PATERSON, PETER, B.Sc. 1882. 

Civil Engineer, Queensland. 
PATERSON, PETER, B.L. 1887. 

Solicitor, Maybole. 



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PATERSON, PETER, M.B., CM. 1891. 

Ayr; Glasgow: Assistant to Professor William Macewen (q.v.) since 1895. 

PATERSON, ROBERT, M.A. 1814. 

U.P. Minister at Kirkwall, 1820-70; died 20th February, 1870, aged 75. 

PATERSON, ROBERT, M.D. 1853. 

Glasgow; died 3oth August, 1873. 

PATERSON, ROBERT, B.A. 1859. 

(i) Missionary of the Church of Scotland to Sialkot, Punjab, India, (2) Minister 
of Glasford, Lanarkshire. 

PATERSON, ROBERT, M.A. 1876. 

U.P. Minister at Savoch of Deer. 

PATERSON, ROBERT, M.A. 1892. 

Teacher in (i) Hill's Trust School, Govan, (2) North Public School, 
Alexandria, N.B. 

PATERSON, ROBERT HENRY, M.B., CM. 1878. 

Glasgow : Professor of Botany in Anderson's College; F.L.S. ; Rockhampton, 
Queensland. 

PATERSON, ROBERT M'CHEYNE, M.A. 1883, B.D. 1885. 

Church of Scotland Missionary at Gujrat, India. 

PATERSON, ROBERT TAYLOR, M.A. 1886, LLB. 1889. 

Writer, Glasgow; son of James Paterson, M.D. 1849 (q.v.). 

PATERSON, STEWART, M.A. 1886. 

Teacher in (i) Dalmellington Iron Works' Kerse School, (2) Burgh School, 
Alloa, (3) Ayr Academy, (4) High School, Falkirk, (5) Renton, (6) Dumbarton 
Academy. 

PATERSON, THOMAS, M.D. 1826. 

Glasgow; Millport; died 1870. 

PATERSON, THOMAS, M.A. 1893. 

F.C. Minister at Strathmiglo. 

PATERSON, THOMAS LEWIS, M.B., CM. 1888. 

Glasgow ; Birkenhead. 

PATERSON, WILLIAM, M.D. 1839. 

Rothesay; died 24th June, 1875 

PATERSON, WILLIAM, M.D. 1862, CM. 1866. 

Liverpool; Chorley, Lanes.; died 6th October, 1885. 

PATERSON, WILLIAM, M.A. 1869, B.D. 1873. 

U.P. Minister at Portobello. 

PATERSON, WILLIAM ADAM, M.B., CM. 1892. 

Bridge-of-Allan ; Irvine. 



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PATERSON, WILLIAM ROMAINE, M.A. 1894. 

Litterateur ("Benjamin Swift"); residence, 25 University Gardens, Glasgow; 
son of Robert Paterson, M.D. 1853 (q.v.), and nephew of James Paterson, LL.D. 
1841 (q.v.). 

PATERSON, WILLIAM SEATON, M.B., C.M. 1896. 

Glasgow; son of James Paterson, M.D. 1849 (q.v.). 

PATERSON, WILLIAM WHITESIDE, M.B., C.M. 1885. 

Ayr; died in India, igth May, 1887, aged 24. 

PATISON, WILLIAM, C.M. 1822. 

"F. n. max. Joannis Scribae, Paisley" [Matric. Alb. 1817]. 

PATMAN, EDWARD, C.M. 1838. 

Broughshane, Co. Antrim; died 22iid September, 1869, aged 53. 

PATON, CHARLES DONALD, M.A. 1882. 

F.C. Minister at St. Monance; died there, 2ist April, 1895, aged 34; son of 
James Muir Paton, B.A. (q.v.). 

PATON, DAVID, M.A. 1864, B.D. 1868, D.D. 1886. 

Minister of (i) Free Church at Dalton, Dumfriesshire, 1872-77, (2) Chalmers 

Church, Adelaide, South Australia, since 1877 ; also Professor of Hebrew, etc., 

in Union Theological College, Adelaide, from 1879 to 1887, when College 

dissolved. 

PATON, EDWARD LEY, M.A. 1886, M.B., C.M. 1890. 

Cambuslang; Wadhurst, Sussex; Perth. 

PATON, FRANK HUME LYALL, M.A. 1891. 

Missionary (ordained by Victorian Presbyterian Church, 1896) to the New 
Hebrides ; son of John Gibson Paton, D.D., Missionary there. 

PATON, GEORGE GRIEVE, M.A. 1882, LL.B. 1885. 

Writer, Glasgow. 

PATON, JAMES, B.A. 1860. 

Minister of (i) R.P. Church, Airdrie, (2) Flowerhill Parish there, (3) St. 
George's Parish, Paisley, (4) St. Paul's Parish, Glasgow ; brother of John Gibson 
Paton, D.D., Missionary to the New Hebrides. 

PATON, JAMES, M.B., C.M. 1870, M.D. 1881. 

Greenock. 

PATON, JAMES, M.A. 1871. 

Only known designation (as per General Council Registers), " Student, 
Dundyvan Road, Coatbridge." 

PATON, JAMES FRASER, M.D. 1854. 

Glasgow; Greenock; died 25th December, 1864. 

PATON, JAMES MUIR, B.A. 1850. 

Teacher at Crosshill, Parish of Stair, 1843-45; Teacher at Auchenflower, 
Ballantrae, 1845-50; Assistant in Free School, Kilmarnock, 1850-52; F.C. 
Teacher at Troon, 1852-72 ; Public Teacher there, 1872-87, when retired. 



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PATON, JOHN BROWN, D.D. 1882. 

(i) Minister of Wicker Congregational Church, Sheffield, 1854-63; (2) 
Principal of the Congregational Institute, Nottingham, since 1863 ; M.A. 
Lond. 1854. 

PATON, ROBERT, D.D. 1849. 

Minister of (i) Straiton, (2) St. David's, Glasgow; died 1878, aged 80. 

PATON, ROBERT ALEXANDER, M.B., C.M. 1891. 

Manchester. 

PATON, ROBERT HENDERSON, M.A. 1892. 

(i) Head Classical Master in the Hermitage School, Helensburgh; (2) 
Assistant Classical Master in the High School of Stirling; (3) Head Master of the 
Central School, Banchory. 

PATON, ROBERT TANNAHILL, M.D. 1868. 

Glasgow. 

PATON, THOMAS WILSON, M.D. 1870. 

Glasgow. 

PATON, WILLIAM FINDLAY, M.A, 1882, M.B., C.M. 1892. 

Glasgow ; Drybrook, Glouc. ; New Brompton, Kent. 

PATON, WILLIAM MACALASTER, M.A, 1880, B.D. 1884. 

U.P. Minister at (i) Abernethy, (2) Sandyford, Glasgow. 

PATON, WILLIAM RANKINE, M.B., C.M. 1889. 

Glasgow; Ilkeston, Derbyshire. 

PATOUN, WILLIAM, M.A. 1746, M.D. 1754. 

"Filius Natu Secundus Viri Rev. Magistri Rob. Patoun V.D.M. in Urbe 

de Renfrew" [Matric. Alb. 1741]; Library Keeper to the University, 1747-50. 

PATRICK, ANDREW, M.A. 1894. 

Student of Theology in F.C. College, Edinburgh. 

PATRICK, CHARLES ADAM, M.B., C.M. 1877. 

Newcastle-on-Tyne ; Kil winning; Alexandria, N.B. ; Tharsis, Spain; Marrick- 
ville, Sydney, N.S. Wales. 

PATRICK, DAVID, M.D. 1831. 

H.M. Navy; Australia; Glasgow (aurist) ; born 1800; died at Carron Park, 
Larbert, loth February, 1878. 

PATRICK, DAVID, B.L. 1881. 

Writer, Glasgow. 

PATRICK, HARRY COUPER, M.B., C.M. 1895. 

Glasgow; son of William Patrick, M.D. (q.v.). 

PATRICK, JAMES, M.D. 1812. 

"Scotus" [Grad. Alb.]. 



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PATRICK, JOHN, M.A. 1875. 

Minister of (i) High Kirk, Kilmarnock, (2) Monkton, (3) Greenside, 
Edinburgh; B.D. Edin. 1877; D.D. Edin. 1895. 

PATRICK, JOHN, M.A. 1889, M.B., CM. 1893. 

Glasgow; son of William Patrick, M.D. (q.v.). 

PATRICK, JOHN ARTHUR, M.A. 1892. 

Minister of Stand Congregational Church, near Manchester, since 1895. 
PATRICK, JOSEPH, M.A. 1832. 

Minister of Free Church, Ochiltree, 1844 to 1871; born 1814; died 251!! 
December, 1871. 

PATRICK, ROBERT WILLIAM COCHRAN, LL.D. 1879. 

Of Woodside and Ladyland ; Dean of Faculties in Glasgow University, 1882 
to 1885; Member of University Court (as General Council Assessor), 1887 to 
1891; M.P. for North Ayrshire, 1880 to 1885, and Under Secretary for 
Scotland, 1887 to 1892; born 4th February, 1842; died i$th March, 1897; 
B.A. Edin. 1861. 

PATRICK, WILLIAM, M.D. 1870. 

Glasgow. 

PATRICK, WILLIAM, M.A. 1875, B.D. 1878, D.D. 1893. 

Minister of (i) Free St. David's, Kirkintilloch, (2) Free St. Paul's, Dundee. 

PATTEN, FRANCIS, M.A. 1766. 

"Filius natu minimus Viri Reverend! Gulielmi quondam V.D.M. apud 
Dublinum" [Matric. Alb. 1763]. 

PATTEN, JAMES, M.A. 1858. 

Only known designation (as per General Council Register, 1 860-61), Student 
of Divinity, 26 North Portland Street, Glasgow. 

PATTEN, SAMUEL, M.A. 1764. 

Possibly one of (a) Samuel Patten, Irish Presbyterian Minister at Cardonagh, 
(ft) Samuel Patten, Irish Presbyterian Minister at (i) Boveva, (2) Moneyrea. 

PATTERSON, ALEXANDER, M.D. 1854. 

Glasgow : Surgeon and Lecturer on Clinical Surgery, Western Infirmary. 

PATTERSON, ALEXANDER, M.B., C.M. 1889. 

Glasgow; Douglas, Lanarkshire; son of Alexander Patterson, M.D. 1854 (q.v.). 

PATTERSON, ALEXANDER SIMPSON, D.D. 1857. 

Minister of (i) Whitehaven Presbyterian Church, 1837-39, (2) Hutchesontown 
Parish, Glasgow, 1839-43, (3) Hutchesontown Free Church there, 1843-85; born 
at Alnwick, 27th December, 1805 ; died 28th January, 1885. 

PATTERSON, DANIEL, B.A. 1861, M.A. 1862. 

Presbyterian Minister at (i) Smethwick, Birmingham, (2) Silverhill, Hastings; 

resigned 26th April, 1869; Principal for 14 years of Frogmore College, Rickmans- 

worth, Herts. ; Minister at Mill Field, Sunderland, till time of last illness ; died 

1 2th February, 1889, aged 50. 



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PATTERSON, JAMES, M.A. 1811. 

"Filius Natu Maximus Samuelis Agricolae in parochia de Desartmartin in 
comitatu de Londonderry" [Matric. Alb. i8o8j. 

PATTERSON, JAMES PARKER, CM. 1823. 

"Hibernus" [Grad. Alb.]. 

PATTERSON, JOHN, M.A. 1774. 

"Filius natu Secundus Gulielmi Agricolae in Parochia de Boho in Comitatu 
de Fermanagh in Hibernia" [Matric. Alb. 1772]. 

PATTERSON, JOHN, M.A. 1811. 

Possibly the same person as John Patterson, Irish Presbyterian Minister at 
Macosquin, 1817-22, when suspended. 

PATTERSON, JOHN, M.A. 1838. 

"Filius natu secundus Nathanielis agricolae, com. de Donnegall in Hibernia" 
[Matric. Alb. 1830]. 

PATTERSON, JOHN HERBERT, M.D. 1862. 

Deputy Inspector-General, R.N. 

PATTERSON, ROBERT S., M.A. 1825. 

"Ex Nova Scotia" [Grad. Alb.]. 

PATTERSON, SAMUEL, CM. 1827. 

"Hibernus" [Grad. Alb.]. 

PATTERSON, TRISTRAM, M.A. 1776. 

" Natus in Hybernia films natu tertius Gulielmi incolae in oppido Rathmelton 
Comitatu Dunnigal" [Matric. Alb. 1774]. 

PATTERSON, WILLIAM, M.A., M.D. 1772. 

Possibly the same person as William Patterson, M.D., Londonderry, who, 
in 1794, published a work on Internal Dropsy of the Brain. 

PATTIE, ROBERT BURNET, M.A. 1877, B.D. 1879. 

Teacher in (i) West End Academy, Dundee, 1880-81, (2) Irvine Academy, 
1881-82, (3) Glasgow University (as holder of Black Theological Fellowship), 
1882-83, (4) Forfar Academy, 1883-86, (5) Albany Academy, Glasgow, 1886-89; 
one of the Ministers of the Catholic Apostolic Church in (i) Glasgow, 1889-95, 
(2) Edinburgh since 1895. 

PATTINSON, JOSEPH, M.A. 1760. 

"Filius natu tertius Gulielmi in Comitatu de Cumberland" [Matric. Alb. 



PATTISON, DAVID BALLINGALL, M.A. 1889, LL.B. 1893. 

Writer, Glasgow. 
PATTISON, JAMES, M.A. 1773. 

" Filius natu tertius Joannis Mercatoris in Oppido de Paisley " [Matric. Alb. 
1769]. 

PATTISON, JOHN RAMSAY, M.D. 1851. 

Native of Alabama, U.S.A. ; probably settled there. 



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PATTISON, ROBERT, M.A. 1894. 

Student of Law. 

PATTISON, WILLIAM RALPH, B.A. 1857, M.A. 1858. 

W.S., Edinburgh; born i2th July, 1837; died, unmarried, 26th March, 
1872. 

PATTON, GEORGE, B.A. 1820. 

Of Glenalmond; Advocate, 1828; Solicitor-General for Scotland, 1859; Lord 

Advocate, 1866; M.P. for Bridgewater, 1866-67; Lord Justice-Clerk, 1867 (Judicial 

title, Lord Glenalmond); born 1803 ; died at Glenalmond, 2oth September, 1869. 

PATTON, NATHAN, M.A. 1763. 

" Hibernus, films natu maximus Nathanielis Patton Agricolae in comitatu de 
Dunnegall" [Matric. Alb. 1760]. 

PATTON, WILLIAM, M.A. 1781. 

"Natus in Hibernia films natu minimus Jacobi Agricolae in parochia de 
Donaghmore Comitatu de Donegal" [Matric. Alb. 1779]- 

PATTULLO, HENRY ALEXANDER, M.B., C.M. 1895. 

Kirkcudbright. 

PATTULLO, WILLIAM, M.B., C.M. 1882. 

Glasgow; Suva, Fiji; died there, March, 1885. 

PAUL, BENJAMIN, M.D. 1830. 

" Anglicus " [Grad. Alb.]. 

PAUL, JAMES, M.D. 1833. 

H.E.I.C. Naval Service; Teddington, Middlesex; Barnes, Surrey; Ryde, Isle 
of Wight ; Barnes. 

PAUL, JAMES, M.B., C.M. 1869. 

Glasgow ; Jersey City, U.S.A. 

PAUL, ROBERT JOHN, M.A. 1890, B.D. 1893. 

Licentiate of the Church of Scotland. 

PAUL, WALTER, M.A. 1889, B.L. 1896. 

Writer, Glasgow. 

PAUL, WILLIAM, M.A. 1773- 

"Filius natu maximus Roberti in Urbe Glasguae" [Matric. Alb. 1766], 

PAVY, FREDERICK WILLIAM, LL.D. 1888. 

M.D. Lond. 1853; F.R.S. ; London (sometime Lecturer on Medicine, 
etc., in Guy's Hospital). 

PAWLE, ROBERT COOPER, M.D. 1839. 

"Anglus" [Grad. Alb.]. 

PAXTON, JOHN, M.B., C.M. 1893. 

Standish, Lanes. ; Glasgow. 



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PAYNE, GEORGE, M.A. 1807, LL.D. 1828. 

Congregational Minister at (i) Hull, (2) Edinburgh, (3) Blackburn; thereafter 

Theological Tutor in the Congregational Academy at (i) Blackburn, (2) Exeter, 

(3) Devonport; born at Stow, Gloucestershire, lyth September, 1781; died at 

Devonport, igth June, 1848. 

PEACOCK, ALEXANDER, M.B., CM. 1884. 

Glasgow ; Greenock ; Gourock. 

PEACOCK, JOHN, M.A. 1887. 

Teacher in Glasgow since 1885. 

PEACOCK, SAMUEL, M.B. 1870. 

Bundoora, Victoria, Australia ; Fitzroy there. 

PEARCE, JAMES DANIEL MORLING, B.A. 1838, M.A. 1839. 

Principal of Craufurd College, Maidenhead, till 1872, when retired; J.P. for 
the Borough and for the County of Berks. 

PEARCE, THOMAS, M.D. 1731. 

PEARCEY, ALFRED FREDERICK SEPTIMUS, M.B., CM. 1894. 

Sunderland. 

PEARSON, ARCHIBALD, M.D. 1863. 

South Uist; Glenelg; J.P. for Inverness-shire; Glasgow. 

PEARSON, JAMES, D.D. 1865. 

Minister of Strathblane, 1842-73; Member of Glasgow University Court (as 
Chancellor's Assessor), 1870-73; Secretary of the Court, 1870-73; born i2th 
August, 1813; died i7th December, 1873. 

PEARSON, JOHN, CM. 1826. 

"Fil. nat. max. Roderici Armigeri in com. de Lanark" [Matric. Alb. 
1821]. 

PEARSON, JOHN, M.D. 1858. 

Errol ; Newton-Stewart ; died at Nethenvood Farm, Muirkirk, 5th May, 
1862, aged 33. 

PEARSON, JOHN, M.B., CM. 1893. 

Glasgow; son of Archibald Pearson, M.D. (q.v.). 

PEARSON, RICHARD ARTHUR, M.D. 1828. 

Rathmines, Co. Dublin; sometime Surgeon, 87th Regiment or Royal Irish 
Fusiliers. 

PEARSON, WILLIAM, LL.D. 1815. 

Astronomer; Rector of Perivale, Middlesex, 1810; Rector of South Kilworth, 

Leicestershire, 1817; owner of a large Private School at Temple Grove, East 

Sheen, Surrey, from 1811 onwards; F.R.S. ; born at Whitbeck, Cumberland, 23rd 

April, 1767; died at South Kilworth, 6th September, 1847. 

PEAT, CLEMENT JOHN, M.D. 1838, CM. 1852. 

Kilgobbin, Co. Kerry: Blackheath, Kent; Tralee; died 26th May, 1878. 



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PEAT, JOSHUA, M.A. 1731. 

"Ang." [Matric. Alb. 1729] 

PEAT, ROBERT, D.D. 1799* 

Of Trinity College, Cambridge ; resident at Burton. 

PEATT, JOSHUA, M.A. 1744. 

"Ex parochia de Abby Holme in Com. Cumberland" [Matric. Alb. 1741]; 
matriculated at Queen's College, Oxford, i5th June, 1744, aged 19. 

PECK, JAMES WALLACE, M.A. 1895. 

(i) Assistant to Professor William Jack (q.v.), 1896; (2) Indian Civil Service. 

PEDEN, JAMES, C.M. 1831 

Ballyclare, Co. Antrim; died 1895. 

PEDEN, WILLIAM KERR, M.B., C.M. 1879. 

Glasgow; Surgeon (1880-84), Blantyre Mission, E. Africa; Glasgow. 

PEEBLES, GUY STEEL, M.A. 1894, B.D. 1895. 

Licentiate of the Church of Scotland. 

PEEBLES, JAMES, M.A. 1801. 

Went to Kingston, Jamaica; son of William Peebles ("Peebles frae the 
Water-fit "), Minister of Newton-on-Ayr. 

PEEBLES, JOHN RAMSAY, M.D. 1845. 

Dairy, Ayrshire; Beith ; died 5th January, 1875, aged 53. 

PEEBLES, ROBERT, M.A. 1784. 

"Filius natu quartus R. Roberti Peebles Pastoris in Parochia Louhgall & 
Comitatu de Armagh in Hybernia" [Matric. Alb. 1777]. 

PEEBLES, ROBERT, M.A. 1851. 

"Fil. nat. quart. Joannis agricolae in comit. Ayr" [Matric. Alb. 1846]. 

PEIRCE, GEORGE, M.D. 1855. 

Newcastle, Co. Limerick. 

PENDLEBURY, WILLIAM, M.A. 1735. 

Librarian of Dr. Williams' Library, London, 1742; settled as Minister at 
Rotherham, 1744; died 2oth February, 1776. 

PENMAN, ROBERT STEVEN, M.B., C.M. 1886. 

Glasgow ; Paisley. 

PENMAN, WILLIAM, M.D. 1813. 

"Filius natu secundus Gulielmi Chirurgici in urbe Glasguae" [Matric. Alb. 
1803]. 

PENNEY, DAVID JOHNSTONE, M.B., C.M. 1887. 

Glasgow; Rothesay. 

PENNEY, JOHN WILLIAM WATKIN, M.B., C.M. 1887. 

Glasgow; South Shields; Linlithgow; Rothesay. 



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PENNINGTON, CHARLES, M.D. 1795. 

"Anglus" [Grad. Alb.]. 

PERCIVAL, WILLIAM, M.D. 1842. 

Stradbally, Queen's Co. 

PEREIRA, JOAO VENANCIO, M.D. 1807. 

"Lusitanus" [Grad. Alb.]. 

PERFECT, WILLIAM EDWARD, M.A. 1891. 

Minister of Lombard Street Congregational Church, Newark. 

PERREY, ABRAHAM, M.A. 1820, M.D. 1829. 

Wakefield, Yorks. ; Shirley, Hants.; Derby; died 4th May, 1867. 

PERREY, ROBERT, M.A. 1822, CM. 1826. 

Marden, Kent; died zg\h April, 1873, aged 68. 

PERRY, ROBERT, M.D. 1808. 

Glasgow: Surgeon (1820, 1821, 1830, 1831) and Physician (1834 to 1848) 
to Royal Infirmary; born in Kilmarnock, 1783; died nth February, 1848. 

PERRY, ROBERT, M.D. 1851. 

Egremont; Glasgow: Physician to Royal Infirmary, 1864 to 1887; Degree 
Examiner on Chemistry and Materia Medica in Glasgow University, 1876-83, and 
again 1884-87; son of Robert Perry, M.D. 1808 (q.v.). 

PERSSE, WILLIAM, M.A. 1772. 

" Filius natu maximus Patrick' Armigeri in Comitatu de Gallway in Hybernia " 
[Matric. Alb. 1771]. 

PERSTON, DAVID, M . D . lg2I . 

"Scotus" [Grad. Alb.]. 

PERSTON, WILLIAM AUGUSTUS, M.D. 1852. 

Glasgow; Wangarei, New Zealand; Shortland there; Thames there. 
PETER, DAVID CHAMNEY, M.D. 1839. 

Granard, Co. Longford; Ballyduff, Co. Waterford; Longford; died 7th May, 
'875- 

PETERBOROUGH, LORD BISHOP OF. See LONDON, LORD BISHOP OF (CREIGHTON). 
PETERKIN, ALFRED, M.A. 1875, M.B., CM. 1878. 

Glasgow; Surgeon-Major, Army. 

PETERS, THOMAS M., M.D., C .M. 1839. 

"Americanus" [Grad. Alb.]. 

PETRIE, PETER PATTON, M.A. 1887, M.B., C.M. 1893. 

Perth. 

PETTIGREW, ALEXANDER, M.A. 1805. 

Writer, Glasgow; died at Havanna, October, 1825. 
PETTIGREW, JAMES, M.B, CM. 1894. 

Glasgow; died 28th October, 1896, aged 41. 



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PETTIGREW, JAMES BELL, LL.D. 1886. 

M.D. Edin. 1861 ; F.R.S.; Professor of Medicine and Anatomy in St. 
Andrews University since 1875 ; previously Lecturer on Physiology to R.C.S., 
Edinburgh; Degree Examiner on Anatomy in Glasgow University, 1883-88. 

PETTIGREW, WILLIAM VESALIUS, M.D. 1839. 

London : sometime Lecturer on Anatomy and Physiology at Grosvenor Place 
Medical School; Worthing, Sussex; died i3th February, 1874, aged 58. 

PEYTON, REYNOLDS, M.D. 1843. 

Roscommon ; died 1883. 

PHELAN, JOSEPH, M.D. 1785. 

"Surgeon ... in the Navy for several years" [Univ, Minute, i5th July, 1785]. 

PHILLIPS, GEORGE, M.A. 1809. 

Schoolmaster and preacher at New Windsor, near Manchester, where he died 
of consumption. 

PHILLIPS, PHILIP CHARLES, M.D. 1841. 

Carr-castle, Co, Mayo; Swineford, same Co. 

PHILLIPS, WILLIAM, M.A. 1896. 

Teacher in Campbeltown Grammar School. 

PHILLIPS, WILLIAM FLEMING, M.B., CM. 1886. 

Southampton ; Walthamstow, Essex ; Las Palmas, Canary Islands ; St. Austell, 
Cornwall. 

PHILLIPS, WILLIAM HENRY, M.D. 1863. 

Congleton, Cheshire ; Huddersfield ; British Columbia ; Rathdowney, 
Ireland; Liverpool; Egremont, Cheshire; died 28th December, 1881. 

PHILPS, GEORGE MITCHELL, M.A. 1877, B.D. 1880. 

Minister of East Free Church, Forfar. 

PICARD, EMILE, LL.D. 1896. 

Professor of the Differential and Integral Calculus in the University of 
Paris. 

PICKEN, JAMES, M.B., CM. 1880. 

Beith ; Wigtown ; Rotherham. 

PICKEN, JOHN, M.A. 1883. 

Minister of Libberton and Quothquhan. 

PICKERING, WILLIAM MURRAY, M.B., CM. 1875. 

Glasgow ; Ship Surgeon ; Wilmington, South Australia. 

PIM, THOMAS, M.D. 1834. 

Dublin; Castledermott, Co. Kildare; died i4th April, 1866, aged 60. 

PINCK, CHARLES HARRY, M.B., CM. 1879. 

Rochdale ; Nelson, Lanes. ; Blackburn. 

PINCK, WILLIAM, M.B., CM. 1873. 

Huddersfield; Rochdale. 



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PINKERTON, ALEXANDER, M.A. 1844. 

Presbyterian Minister at Carndonagh, Deny, 1848-86; bom 1818; died ist 
November, 1886. 

PINKERTON, CHARLES, M.B., CM. 1879, M.D. 1882. 

Glasgow; York; Southport. 

PINKERTON, JOHN, M.D. 1855. 

Surgeon-Major-General, I. M.S., Bombay; retired 1893; Head of the Bombay 
Medical Service, 1888-93 > served in Persian War, 1856-57 ; Fellow of the Univer- 
sity of Bombay, 1868, and twice Dean of the Medical Faculty; First President of 
the Bombay Branch of the British Medical Association, 1889; Member of the 
Legislative Council of Bombay, 1892-93; Honorary Physician to the Queen, 
1894. 

PINKERTON, JOHN, M.B., CM. 1876. 

Glasgow ; died at Erzeroum, yth January, 1878, aged 24 ; son of John Pinker- 
ton, M.D. 1855 (q.v.). 

PINKERTON, PETER, M.A. 1890. 

Mathematical Master in Allan Glen's School, Glasgow. 

PINKERTON, ROBERT, M.B., CM. 1876. 

Surgeon, Russo-Turkish War, 1877-78; Glasgow; died 1882. 

PINKERTON, ROBERT HAMILTON, M.A. 1876. 

Assistant to Professor of Mathematics in University of Glasgow, 1884-86; 

Assistant Lecturer on Mathematics in University College of South Wales and 

Monmouthshire, Cardiff, since 1887; Preliminary Examiner on Mathematics in 

Glasgow University, 1892-97; Snell Exhibitioner, 1876; B.A. Oxon. 1881. 

PINKERTON, ROBERT LACHLAN, M.A. 1884, M.B., CM. 1888, M.D. 1891. 

Goole, Yorks. ; London. 

PINNOCK, ROBERT DENHAM, M.B., CM. 1874, M.D. 1888. 

Glasgow; Melbourne, Australia; Beaufort there; Ballarat there. 

PINTER, HORATIO, M.D. 1832. 

"Ang." [Grad. Alb.]. 

PIPER, SAMUEL AYRAULT, M.D. 1830. 

London ; Rochester ; Richmond ; Surgeon in the Army for forty years ; died 
January, 1867, aged 81. 



PIRIE, GEORGE, M.A. 1882. 

Artist, Glasgow. 

PIRIE, ROBERT HARVEY, M.A. 1875, LL.B. 1879. 

Writer in Glasgow. 

PIRRET, JOSEPH BROWN, M.A. 1888. 

U.P. Minister at Thornhill, Dumfriesshire. 

2 I 



498 ROLL OF GRADUATES 

PITCAIRN, JAMES, M.A. 1738. 

Probably " F. Davidis Pitcairn de Forthar in Comit. Fifensi " [Matric. Alb. 
J 733]j matriculated at St. Mary Hall, Oxford, 24th May, 1737, aged 22. 
PITCAIRN, WILLIAM, M.D. 1834 

Cunnoquhie, Ladybank, Fife. 

PITT, THOMAS COOLING, M.A. 1878. 

F.C. Minister at Denholm; died at Allonby, Cumberland, 28th February, 
1892. 

PITTS, JAMES, M.B. 1869. 

Native of Halifax, Nova Scotia; probably settled there. 

PLAYFAIR, JAMES, M.A. 1825. 

" Fil. nat. max. Frederici Mercatoris Glasg." [Matric. Alb. 1820]. 

PLIMSOLL, JOSEPH, M.D. 1829. 

"Anglus" [Grad. Alb.]. 

PLOMER, JAMES, M.D. 1759. 

"A gentleman from Bristol" [Univ. Minute, 3rd May, 1759]. 

PLUMPTRE, EDWARD HAYES, D.D. 1875. 

Chaplain to King's College, London, 1847-68; Professor of Pastoral Theology 

therein, 1853-63; Professor of Exegesis therein, 1864-81; Prebendary of St. Paul's, 

1863 ; Rector of Pluckley, 1869 ; Rector of Bickley, 1873 ; Dean of Wells, 1881 ; 

born 6th August, 1821 ; died ist February, 1891 ; B.A. Oxon. 1844; M.A. 1846. 

POLLARD, THOMAS R, M.D. 1842. 

"Demerara" [Grad. Alb.]. 

POLLOCK, ALEXANDER, M.A. 1892. 

Minister of (i) E.U. Church, Selkirk, (2) Trinity Congregational Church, 
Falkirk. 

POLLOCK, ALEXANDER BARR, M.B., CM. 1879. 

Glasgow. 

POLLOCK, CHARLES FREDERICK, M.B. 1880, M.D. 1882. 

Glasgow: Assistant to Professor of Physiology in the University, 1883-84. 
POLLOCK, DAVID, M.D. 1853. 

Liverpool; died at Coleraine, i6th December, 1860. 

POLLOCK, JAMES, M.A. 1769. 

"Hibernus" [Grad. Alb.]. 

POLLOCK, JAMES, M.A. 1895. 

Student of Theology in F.C. College, Glasgow. 

POLLOCK, JOHN, M.A. 1781. 

Minister of Govan; died 7th May, 1820, aged 59; D.D. St. Andrews, 1816. 

POLLOCK, JOHN, M.A. 1831. 

Minister of (i) Duntocher, (2) Baldernock, (3) Free Church, Balderaock; 
died 2oth December, 1855. 



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POLLOCK, JOHN, M.A. 1887. 

Schoolmaster at (i) Beith, (2) Glasgow, (3) Larkhall, (4) Rothesay, (5) 
Galston, (6) Beauly. 

POLLOCK, JOHN, M.B., CM. 1890. 

Glasgow ; Eaglesham. 

POLLOCK, JOHN INNES WRIGHT, M.A. 1875 

F.C. Minister at (i) Mauchline, (2) Arbroath ; resigned 1896 on account 
of ill-health. 

POLLOCK, JOSEPH, M.A. 1769. 

" Jacobi nlius natu maximus, de Ballyedmond, Armig. in Comitatu de Downe, 
Hibernia" [Matric. Alb. 1767]. 

POLLOCK, ROBERT CARSON, M.A. 1896. 

Teacher in (i) Highlanders' Academy, Greenock, (2) F.C. Training College, 

Glasgow, (3) Hillhead School, Glasgow, (4) Bellahouston Academy, Glasgow, 

(5) Hutchesons' Boys' Grammar School, Glasgow; also Lecturer on Greek in 

F.C. Training College, Glasgow. 

POLLOCK, THOMAS, M.A. 1761. 

Minister of Kilwinning; died 4th May, 1798. 

POLLOCK, WILLIAM, M.B., CM. 1879. 

Brotton, Yorks. ; Eastbourne, Sussex. 

POLLOK, DAVID, M.A. 1822. 

Licensed by Secession Church, but withdrew from list of preachers into 
private life ; brother and Biographer of Robert Pollok, author of The Course of 
Time (q.v.). 

POLLOK, JAMES CULLEN, B.L. 1892. 

Writer, Hamilton. 

POLLOK, JAMES HOLMS, B.Sc. 1887. 

Metallurgical Chemist; (i) Assistant to Professor of Chemistry in Glasgow 
University ; (2) Director of The Pollok Patents Gold Extracting Co., Ltd., 
Glasgow ; (3) Director of The Australasian Gold Extracting Co., Ltd., 
Ravenswood, Queensland ; (4) Manager of The Pollok Patents Gold Extracting 
Co., Ltd., Johannesburg, S. Africa; (5) Demonstrator of Assaying, Royal 
College of Science, Dublin. 

POLLOK, ROBERT, M.A. 1822. 

Author of The Course of Time; born at Muirhouse, Eaglesham, igth October, 
1798; died of consumption at Shirley Common, Southampton, i8th September, 
1827. 

POLLOK, ROBERT, M.B., CM. 1876. 

Glasgow. 

POLLOK, WILLIAM, M.D. 1803. 

"Filius Natu Sextus Allani Mercatoris in TJrbe Glasguensi" [Matric. Alb. 



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POLLONAIS, EUGENE LOUIS, M.B., C.M. 1893. 

Port-of-Spain, Trinidad. 

POOLE, WALTER CROKER, M.D. 1836. 

"Hibernus" [Grad. Alb.]. 

PORTEOUS, DAVID, M.D. 1848. 

Cambuslang; Medical Officer to Arctic Expedition in search of Franklin, 
1850-51; London; Assistant Surgeon, R.N. ; Newcastle-on-Tyne ; Middleton- 
St.-George, Durham. 

PORTEOUS, GEORGE, M.A. 1889. 

Teacher at (i) Stranraer, (2) Logic-Pert, Montrose. 

PORTER, FRANCIS JAMES, M.A. 1828. 

Presbyterian Minister, Donagheady, Derry, 1831-72; died 22nd November, 
1872. 

PORTER, GEORGE, B.A. 1859, M.A. 1860, D.D. 1883 

Minister of (i) Bellahouston, (2) Maybole. 

PORTER, SIR GEORGE HORNIDGE, BART., LL.D. 1888. 

M.D. of T.C.D. 1865 ; Regius Professor of Surgery, University of Dublin; 
Surgeon in Ordinary to the Queen in Ireland ; born in Dublin, 24th November, 
1822; died there, isth June, 1895. 

PORTER, JAMES, M.A. 1805. 

" Filius natu tertius Hugonis Agricolae in parochia de Monaghan in Comitatu 
de Monaghan in Hyb." [Matric. Alb. 1801]. 

PORTER, JAMES, M.A. 1807. 

" Filius natu maximus Joannis, Agricolae in Tullylune in Comitatu de 
Monaghan" [Matric. Alb. 1805]. 

PORTER, JAMES, M.D. 1834. 

Carlow. 

PORTER, JAMES, M.A. 1847. 

Master of St. Peter's College, Cambridge. 

PORTER, JOHN, M.B., C.M. 1887. 

Glasgow ; Kirkintilloch ; Glasgow. 

PORTER, JOSIAS LESLIE, B.A. 1841, M.A. 1842, LL.D. 1865. 

(i) Minister of Presbyterian Church at Newcastle; (2) Missionary to 

Damascus; (3) Professor of Biblical Criticism in Assembly's College, Belfast, 

and Secretary thereof; (4) President of Queen's College, Belfast; born 4th October, 

1823; died i6th March, 1889; D.D. Edin. 1865. 

PORTER, ROBERT, M.B., C.M. 1879. 

Surgeon-Major, Army. 

PORTER, THOMAS, M.A. 1738. 

"Filius Johannis Porter in Com. de Cumberland" [Matric. Alb. 1736]. 



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PORTER, WILLIAM, M.A. 1795- 

Irish Presbyterian Minister at Newtownlimavady, from 1799 till death. 

PORTER, WILLIAM PARK, M.B., C.M. 1893. 

(i) Superintendent, St. Pancras Medical Mission ; (2) U.P. Medical Missionary 
to Old Calabar. 

POTTER, WILLIAM, M.A. 1736 

"F. Thomae Potter in Comitatu Cumbriae" [Matric. Alb. 1733]. 

POTTERTON, HENRY, M.D. 1838. 

Borris, Co. Carlow. 

POTTS, JAMES, M.A. 1890. 

Teacher in (i) Glasgow Church of Scotland Practising Schools, (2) Woodside 
Public School, Glasgow. 

POUNDEN, JEREMIAH LONSDALE, M.D. 1835. 

"Hibernus" [Grad. Alb.]. 

POWELL, DANIEL EVANS, M.B., C.M. 1894. 

Pontypridd, Glam. ; Stockton-on-Tees ; Cardiff. 

POWELL, HENRY.. M.D. 1844. 

"Hibernia" [Grad. Alb.]. 

POWELL, JOSEPH, M.D. 1829. 

"Anglus" [Grad. Alb.]. 

POWELL, WILLIAM HENRY, M.D. 1829. 

Fareham, Hants. ; London ; formerly Resident Medical Officer of General 
Military Hospital, Stoke; died 27th February, 1869. 

POWER, GERARD, M.D. 1785. 

"Hibernus" [Grad. Alb.]. 

POWER, JOHN, M.D. 1812. 

"Hibernus" [Grad. Alb.]. 

POWER, JOHN HATCH, M.D. 1838. 

Dublin : Professor of Anatomy and Surgery to Royal College of Surgeons, 
Ireland; born 24th November, 1806; died i4th May, 1863. 

POWRIE, DAVID JAMES, M.A. 1880. 

(i) Teacher in Dumfries; (2) residing in Arbroath. 

PRANGNELL, JOHN THOMSON, M.B., C.M. 1883, M.D. 1889. 

Ardrishaig; Tarbert, Lochfyne; Falkirk. 

PRATT, ARTHUR ALFRED, M.B., CM. 1889. 

Glasgow; West Bromwich; Grimsby. 
PRENTER, EDWARD, M.A. 1809. 

"Filius natu maximus Thomae Agricolae in parochia de Dromore in comitatu 
de Down in Hybernia" [Matric. Alb. 1805]. 

PRENTICE, ADAM, M.A. 1881. 

Teacher in Prestonpans Public School since 1881. 



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PRENTICE, ALEXANDER, M.B., C.M. 1889. 

Greenock ; Glasgow ; Greenock. 

PRENTICE, ALEXANDER REID, B.L. 1884. 

Writer, Greenock. 

PRENTICE, JAMES, M.A. 1886, B.D. 1889. 

Probationer of U.P. Church; died 3rd May, 1890; belonged to Forth, 
Lanarkshire. 

PRESTON, DAVID, M.A. 1896. 

Student of Theology in Glasgow University. 

PRETSELL, WILLIAM GARDINER, M.B., C.M. 1884. 

Luton, Beds. ; Fauldhouse ; Govan ; Enfield, Middlesex ; London ; Edin- 
burgh. 

PRICE, JOHN, M.D. 1844. 

"Hibernus" [Grad. Alb.]. 

PRICHARD, RICHARD, M.B., C.M. 1881, M.D. 1883. 

Glasgow ; Llandovery, Carmarthenshire ; Cardiff. 

PRICHARD, THOMAS, M.D. 1844- 

Resident Physician, Abington Abbey Private Lunatic Asylum, Northampton ; 
formerly Medical Superintendent of Glasgow Royal Lunatic Asylum ; died i4th 
February, 1878. 

PRICHARD, WILLIAM, M.D. 1847. 

Partick ; born 23rd April, 1821; died 23rd March, 1872. 

PRIDE, DAVID, M.D. 1863. 

Neilston; J.P. 

PRIDE, WALLACE AINSWORTH, M.B., C.M. 1895. 

Ship Surgeon; Neilston; son of David Pride, M.D. (q.v.). 

PRIDIE, GEORGE, B.A, 1840, M.A. 1841. 

Upper Division Clerk in the Statistical Office of the Custom House, London ; 
retired in 1883-84, after 36 years' service. 

PRIMROSE, ARCHIBALD PHILIP. See ROSEBERY, EARL OF. 

PRIMROSE, EDWARD JAMES, M.A. 1891, M.B., C.M. 1895. 

Glasgow. 

PRIMROSE, WILLIAM, M.B., C.M. 1888. 

Falkirk ; Bishop Auckland ; Shildon, Co. Durham ; London. 

PRINGLE, HENRY TURNBULL, M.B., C.M. 1866, M.D. 1868. 

Bridgend, Glam. (Medical Superintendent of County Asylum). 

PRINGLE, JOHN, M.B., C.M. 1875. 

Ship Surgeon ; Appin ; Irvine ; Holme-on-Spalding-Moor, Yorks. 

PRINGLE, PETER DRUMMOND, M.A. 1894. 

Student of Theology in the United College, Bradford. 



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503 



PRIOR, SAMUEL, M.B., CM. 1896. 

Lenzie. 
PRITCHARD, ERNEST JAMES, M.B., CM. 1877. 

Glasgow; Shilton, Warwickshire ; Hinckley, Leicestershire. 

PROBYN, JOHN MILLS, M.D. 1825. 

Newbury, Berks. ; sometime Resident Medical Superintendent, Glasgow Royal 
Lunatic Asylum, and Resident Surgeon and Superintendent, Lancaster Asylum 
for Pauper Lunatics; died 2yth October, 1867, aged 76. 

PROCTOR, JOHN, CM. 1830. 

"Scotus" [Grad. Alb.]. 

PROCTOR, JOHN ROBERT, M.A. 1886. 

Lithographer, Portsmouth. 

PROSSER, FRANCIS, M.B., CM. 1883. 

Swansea; Rainford, Lanes. 

PROUDFOOT, ROBERT FORRESTER, B.A. 1837. 

Minister of (i) North Esk, (2) Fogo; died 5th March, 1891, aged 74. 

PROVAN, JAMES, M.D. 1864. 

Pitlochry ; Glasgow (sometime Lecturer on Dermatology in St Mungo's 
College). 

PROVAN, JOHN, M.D. 1830. 

"Filius 3 tius Joannis Mercatoris, de com. Lanark" [Matric. Alb. 1824]. 

PROVAN, MATTHEW, C.M. 1817. 

Probably " filius natu maximus Joannis Artificis in Parochia de Kilsyth " 
[Matric. Alb. 1802]. 

PROVAN, WILLIAM, M.D. 1822. 

"Scotus" [Grad. Alb.]. 

PROVAND, WILLIAM SEATH, M.A. 1880. 

Minister of St Ninian's, Glasgow. 

PRYCE, EDWARD SMITH, B.A. 1839. 

"Filius unicus V.R. Ricardi V.D. apud Bampton in Comitatu de Oxford M." 
[Matric. Alb. 1837]. 

PULSFORD, WILLIAM, D.D. 1868. 

Congregational Minister of (i) Albany Street Church, Edinburgh, (2) Trinity 
Church, Glasgow; died at Glasgow, isth June, 1886, aged 64. 

PULTNEY, GEORGE BROWN CROOKSTON, M.B., C.M. 1868. 

Glasgow ; Bacup, Lanes. 

PURCELL, USHER WILLIAMSON, M.D. 1840. 

"Hibernus" [Grad. Alb.]. 

PURDIE, JOHN, M.A. 1886. 

Native of Hamilton ; intended for the Medical profession ; died 7th October, 
1890, aged 23. 



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PURDIE, JOHN HYNDMAN, M.D. 1793. 

"Americanus" [Grad. Alb.] 

PURDIE, WILLIAM, M.D. 1834. 

"Scotus" [Grad. Alb.]. 

PURDON, CHARLES, M.D. 1841. 

Killeshandra, Co. Cavan; Curristown, Westmeath; died previous to i5th 
October, 1894. 

PURDON, GEORGE, M.D. 1839. 

"Hibernus" [Grad. Alb.]. 

PURDON, HENRY SAMUEL, M.D. 1865. 

Belfast : sometime Lecturer on Clinical Medicine there. 

PURDON, WILLIAM, M.D. 1838. 

Belfast; Stramore, Co. Down; sometime on Army Medical Staff. 

PURDON, WILLIAM ROSS, M.A. 1888. 

Teacher in (i) Alexandria, (2) Johnstone. 

PURSELL, JOHN WARROCH, M.A. 1794. 

"Fil. n. max. Joannis, in Edinburga natus" [Matric. Alb. 1790]. 

PURSER, JOHN, LL.D. 1886. 

Professor of Mathematics in Queen's College, Belfast. 

PURSS, JAMES, M.A. 1812. 

Minister of the Irish Presbyterian Congregation of Urney and Sion, 1824-36 ; 
died 29th August, 1836. 

PURVES, DAVID, M.A. 1876. 

F.C. Minister at Gourock. 

PURVES, WILLIAM STEVENSON, M.A. 1868. 

Advocate, Edinburgh; died 2nd December, 1883; LL.B. Edin. 1870. 

PYLE, WILLIAM, M.B., C.M. 1886. 

Glasgow ; Ship Surgeon ; Portmahomack, Ross-shire ; Fearn there. 

PYTT, LEONARD, M.A. 1733 

"Angs. Fil. Rolandi Pytt Armigeri in Comit. de Glouster" [Matric. Alb. 

173]- 

QUAIFE, FREDERIC HARRISON, M.D., C.M. 1867. 

Glasgow; Woollahra, N.S. Wales. 

QUAIFE, WILLIAM FRANCIS, M.B., C.M. 1883. 

Glasgow ; Woollahra, N.S. Wales ; Sydney there. 

QUEE, ROBERT, C.M. 1835. 

Dundonald, Belfast. 

QUIN, FELIX, C.M. 1826. 

"Hibernus" [Grad. Alb.]. 



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QUINCKE, GEORG, LL.D. 1896. 

Professor of Physics in the University of Heidelberg. 

QUIRK, THOMAS ADDENBROOKE, M.D. 1839. 

"Anglus" [Grad. Alb.]. 

RADCLIFF, THOMAS, M.A. 1786. 

"Hibernus" [Grad. Alb.]. 

RAE, GEORGE SCOBIE, M.A. 1889. 

Teacher in (i) Rutland Crescent Public School, Govan, (2) Bathgate 
Academy, (3) Henderson Street School, Glasgow, since 1891. 

RAE, JAMES, M.A. 1882. 

Minister of (i) St. Vincent's, Grenada, (2) St. Saviour's, British Guiana. 

RAE, JAMES, M.B., C.M. 1886. 

London. 

RAE, JOHN, M.A. 1737. 

RAE, JOHN, M.A. 1809. 

" Filius natu 4 tus Jacobi Artificis in par. de. St. Ninians et Com. de Stirling " 
[Matric. Alb. 1795]. 

RAE, JOHN BROADFOOT, M.B., C.M. 1895. 

New York. 

RAE, JOHN ROBERTS, M.A. 1881. 

Minister, residing at Sanda Island, Southend, Kintyre. 

RAE, MATTHEW JOHN, M.D. 1849. 

Carlisle ; Blackburn ; Southport. 

RAE, ROBERT NEILL, M.A. 1868. 

Minister of (i) Howwood, (2) Macleod Parish, Glasgow, (3) Lochmaben. 
RAE, ROBERT REID, M.A. 1841. 

Minister of Avondale, 1850-74; thereafter resident in London, and engaged 
in literary work; died at Horsham, Hainthorpe Road, West Norwood, S.E., 
loth May 3 1896, aged 80. 
RAE, WILLIAM, M.D. 1833. 

"Scotus" [Grad. Alb.]. 
RAFFERTY, WILLIAM, M.A. 1800. 

"Hibernus" [Grad. Alb.]. 

RAFFLES, THOMAS STAMFORD, B.A. 1836. 

Stipendiary Magistrate at Liverpool; died 23rd January, 1891, aged 72. 

RAILTON, THOMAS, M.A. 1774. 

"Filius natu maximus Thomae quondam Fabri Lignarii in Comitatu de 
Cumberland, Anglia" [Matric. Alb. 1771]. 

RAINEY, ROBERT, M.A. 1758. 

"Filius natu maximus Francisci quondam Med. Doctoris in urbe Newry, 
comitatu de Down" [Matric. Alb. 1755]. 



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RAINEY, WILLIAM, M.A. 1771. 

"Filius unicus Robert! Mercatoris in Urbe Newry, Hibernia" [Matric. Alb. 
1766]. 

RAINY, GEORGE, M.A. 1853, M.D. 1856. 

Glasgow : Assistant to Professors of Materia Medica and Forensic Medicine 

in the University from at least 1863 to 1869; Lecturer on the Eye in the 

University, 1868 to 1869; born 3151 October, 1832; died igth June, 1869; 

son of Professor Harry Rainy (q.v.). 

RAINY, HARRY, M.D. 1833, LL.D. 1873. 

Lecturer (by arrangement with Professor Badham) on Institutes of Medicine 

in Glasgow University, 1835-41; Professor of Medical Jurisprudence in Glasgow 

University, 1841 to 1872; born 2ist October, 1792; died 6th August, 1876; 

Founder of Rainy Bursaries. 

RAINY, ROBERT, M.A. 1844, U.D. 1863. 

Free Church Minister of (i) Huntly, (2) High Church, Edinburgh; afterwards 
Professor in New College, Edinburgh ; latterly Principal thereof; son of Professor 
Harry Rainy (q.v.); born ist January, 1826; D.D. Edin. 1884. 

RALEIGH, ALEXANDER, D.D. 1865. 

Congregational Minister at (i) Greenock, (2) Rotherham, (3) Elgin Place, 
Glasgow, (4) Canonbury, London; born 3rd January, 1817; died igth April, 
1880. 

RALLEY, JAMES, M.B., CM. 1884. 

Troon; Ayr; Irvine; died at Troon, i2th September, 1890, aged 29. 

RALPH, HUGH, M.A. 1819, LL.D. 1827. 

Minister of (i) the Old Presbyterian Kirk, Liverpool, 1824-41, (2) Aberdour, 
1842-44, (3) Dalgety, 1844-54; died gth September, 1854. 

RALSTON, GAVIN WILLIAM, M.A. 1882. 

Advocate, Edinburgh. 

RALSTON, JOHN, M.A. 1798. 

"Fil. n. 3 tius Patricii Artificis in Vico de Falkirk et Comit. de Stirling" 
[Matric. Alb. 1792]. 

RALSTON, THOMAS, M.A. 1771- 

"Hib." [Grad. Alb.]. 

RAMAGE, CRAWFORD TAIT, LL.D. 1852. 

Tutor of, inter alia, Archbishop Tail (q.v.); afterwards Rector of Wallace 

Hall Academy, Closeburn, Dumfriesshire; born loth September, 1803; died 
29th November, 1878; M.A. Edinburgh, 1827. 

RAMAGE, WILLIAM, D.D. 1880 

U.P. Minister at (i) Kilmarnock, (2) East Campbell Street, Glasgow, 
(3) Berkeley Street, Glasgow; died igth October, 1894, aged 81. 



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RAMSAY, ALEXANDER, M.A. 1860. 

Sometime Assistant Minister at West Kilbride; died i8th December, 1878, 
aged 41 ; native of Dairy, Ayrshire. 

RAMSAY, ALLAN, M.B., CM. 1893. 

Mauchline; Nelson, Glam. ; Leadhills, Lanarkshire. 

RAMSAY, SIR ANDREW CROMBIE, LL.D. 1879. 

Director-General of Geological Survey; Professor of Geology in University 

College, London; Lecturer at School of Mines, Jermyn Street there; born in 

Glasgow, 3ist January, 1814; died at Beaumaris, N. Wales, gth December, 1891 ; 

LL.D. Edin. 1866. 

RAMSAY, ANDREW MAITLAND, M.B., CM. 1882, M.U. 1891. 

Glasgow : Demonstrator of Anatomy in the University, 1885-92 ; Lecturer on 
Diseases of the Eye in Women's Department of the University since 1895. 

RAMSAY, DAVID, M.B., CM. 1888. 

Glasgow; Thrapstone, Northamptonshire. 

RAMSAY, JOHN, M.A. 1761. 

"Filius natu secundus Davidis in Urbe Glasguae" [Matric. Alb. 1755]. 

RAMSAY, JOHN, M.A. 1821. 

" Filius natu Quartus Viri Reverendi Gulielmi Pastoris in parochia de Raphoe 
in comitatu de Donuegal" [Matric. Alb. 1818]. 

RAMSAY, JOHN, M.D. 1830. 

"Scotus" [Grad. Alb.]. 

RAMSAY, JOHN, M.A. 1889. 

Minister of First Presbyterian Church, Quincy, Mass., U.S.A.; died 1892, 
aged 25. 

RAMSAY, JOHN MACLEAN, M.A. 1896. 

Intends to qualify for Ministry of the Free Church. 

RAMSAY, ROBERT, M.D. 1846. 

New Zealand Co.'s Service; Lochwinnoch ; died 26th September, 1896, 
aged 76. 

RAMSAY, ROBERT HAMILTON, M.D., CM. 1862. 

Edinburgh; Glasgow; Torquay; Purse Bearer to Lord High Commissioner 
to General Assembly of Church of Scotland, 1853 to 1891 (except 1883). 

RAMSAY, THOMAS, M.A. 1882. 

Teacher in (i) Greenock Academy, (2) Clydesdale Academy, Glasgow, (3) 
Monkton House Boarding School, Cardiff, (4) Kensington House Boarding School 
for Young Ladies, Cardiff; Principal of (r) Llanelly Academy, (2) Oak House 
School, Axminster. 

RAMSAY, WILLIAM, LL.D. 1738. 

" By reason of his being in Foreign Countries he cannot come hither to receive 
it [the Degree] in usual form" [Univ. Minute, i6th August, 1738], 



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RAMSAY, WILLIAM ALEXANDER, LL.B. 1895. 

Advocate, Edinburgh; B.A. Oxon. ; son of George Gilbert Ramsay, LL.D., 
Professor of Humanity in the University of Glasgow. 

RAMSAY, WILLIAM FREDERICK HUTCHESON, M.D. 1848. 

London; died 1892. 

RAMSAY, WILLIAM LIVINGSTONE, M.A. 1893. 

Qualifying for admission as an Actuary. 

RAMSEY, JOHN KER, M.D. 1863. 

Sanquhar ; Galston ; Koroit, Victoria, Australia ; South Yarra there ; Wood's 
Point there ; Prahran there. 

RAMSEY, ROBERT, M.B., C.M. 1892. 

Prahran, Victoria, Australia; Cue, Murchison, Western Australia; son of 
John Ker Ramsey, M.D. (q.v.). 

RANKIN, ALEXANDER, D.D. 1801. 

Minister of (i) Cambusnethan, (2) St. David's, Glasgow; born 28th February, 
1755; died 23rd February, 1827. 

RANKIN, ALEXANDER, M.B., C.M. 1877, M.D. 1886. 

Leadgate, Durham ; Glasgow. 

RANKIN, DAVID, M.D. 1783. 

"Hibernus" [Grad. Alb.]. 

RANKIN, EWEN ARCHIBALD, M.A. 1886, B.D. 1888. 

Minister of Kilmorack. 

RANKIN, GUTHRIE, M.B. 1880, M.D. 1882. 

Kilmarnock ; Warwick ; London ; Degree Examiner on Medicine and Clinical 
Medicine in Glasgow University since ist January, 1897. 
RANKIN, HUGH MONTGOMERY, M.A. 1889. 

F.C. Minister at Tighnabruaich. 
RANKIN, JAMES, M.A. 1791. 

"Hibernus" [Grad. Alb.]. 
RANKIN, JAMES, M.A. 1830. 

" Filius natu minimus Jacobi V.D.M. in parochia de Monaghan et comitatu 
de Monaghan" [Matric. Alb. 1827]. 
RANKIN, JAMES, M.A. 1852, D.D. 1878. 

Minister of (i) Old West Kirk, Greenock, (2) Muthill. 

RANKIN, JAMES, B.Sc. 1892. 

M.B., C.M. 1897 ; Assistant to Professor of Zoology in Glasgow University 
since 1890. 
RANKIN, JOHN, B.L. 1892. 

Writer, Glasgow. 
RANKIN, JOHN, M.B., C.M. 1895. 

Churchtown, Londonderry. 



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RANKIN. JOHN SEMPLE, M.B., CM. 1889. 

Glasgow. 

RANKIN, MALCOLM ALEXANDER, M.B., C.M. 1869, M.D. 1875. 

Glasgow; Luton, Beds.; died 4th August, 1891. 

RANKIN, PETER, M.B., C.M. 1895. 

Penrith. 

RANKIN, SAMUEL, M.D. 1843. 

Kirkcubbin, Co. Down; died 1881. 

RANKIN, THOMAS, M.A. 1754. 

" Filius natu maximus Samuelis Rankin in Parochia de Taughboyn in Com. 
de Donneghall" [Matric. Alb. 1751]. 

RANKIN, THOMAS THOMSON, B.Sc. 1891. 

(i) Civil and Mining Engineer, Suramerlee Iron Works, Coatbridge; (2) 
Mathematical Master, Irvine Royal Academy ; (3) Assistant Mathematical Master, 
Edinburgh Royal High School; (4) Rector of Gartsherrie Science School, Coat- 
bridge; (5) Principal of Technical School and Mining College, Coatbridge. 

RANKIN, WILLIAM, M.A. 1818, M.D. 1825. 

Auchingray, Airdrie. 

RANKIN, WILLIAM, M.B., C.M. 1884, M.D. 1887. 

Londonderry ; Newtown Cunningham, Co. Derry. 

RANKIN, WILLIAM, M.A. 1889. 

Minister of Legerwood; B.D. St. Andrews, 1890. 

RANKIN, WILLIAM MIRRLEES, M.A. 1876, B.D. 1880. 

F.C. Minister at (i) Drumoak, Aberdeen, (2) Bridgeton, Glasgow. 

RANKINE, CHARLES, M.A. 1823. 

"F. N. max. quondam Gulielmi in par. de Hamilton, Lanark" [Matric. Alb. 
1818]. 

RANKINE, CHARLES HENRY, M.A. 1888. 
(i) Teacher in Bellahouston Academy; (2) Teacher in Polmadie Public 

School, Glasgow; (3) English Master in High School, Falkirk ; (4) H.M. Sub- 
Inspector of Schools. 

RANKINE, JAMES, M.A. 1828. 

"Fil. 4 tus Joannis Bibliopolae, Com. de Stirling" [Matric. Alb. 1823) 

RANKINE, JOHN, M.D. 1828. 

A Dr. John Rankine, of Blackwood, South Australia, died at Beulah Lodge, 
Helensburgh, i5th March, 1864, aged 61. 

RANKINE, JOHN, LL.D. 1892. 

Advocate; Professor of Scots Law in the University of Edinburgh since 
1888; M.A. Edin. 1865; Q.C. 1897. 

RANNEY, MALCOLM, M.D. 1855. 

Native of New Brunswick ; probably settled there. 



510 ROLL OF GRADUATES 

RANSOME, MILDRED, M.B., CM. 1896. 

Norwich. 

RATCLIFF, BENJAMIN, M.A. 1758. 

Dissenting Minister at Wheelock, Cheshire; died at Leek. 

RAWSON, THOMAS JAMES, M.D. 1832. 

Carlow; died i2th October, 1881, aged 72. 

RAY, HENRY, M.B., CM. 1878, M.D. 1883. 

Melbourne, Australia; Clermont there; Melbourne; Hamilton-on-Clyde, 
Tasmania. 

RAY, JAMES, M.A. 1879. 

Minister of Cellardyke. 

RAYLEIGH, BARON, LL.D. 1888. 

Third Baron; D.C.L. Oxon. 1883; LL.D. Ed. 1884; F.R.S., etc., etc., etc.; 
Professor of (i) Experimental Physics in University of Cambridge, (2) Natural 
Philosophy at Royal Institution; born i2th November, 1842. 

RAYNES, THOMAS, M.D. 1748. 

RAYNEY, JOHN, B.A. 1849. 

"Hibernus" [Grad. Alb.]. 

READMAN, GEORGE, M.A. 1867. 

Of Barbauchlaw; Advocate in Edinburgh; Examiner for Law Degrees in 
Glasgow University, 1878-84; LL.B. Edin. 1872. 

REAH, JOSEPH, M.A. 1742. 

Irish Presbyterian Minister at Fahan, 1748-70, when demitted the charge and 
emigrated to America. 

REDDIE, JOHN OATTS, M.B., CM. 1884. 

Thornhill, Dumfriesshire ; Culross, Fife. 

REDDY, JOHN, M.D. 1848. 

"Hibernus" [Grad. Alb.]. 

REDFERN, WILLIAM, B.A. 1837. 

" Filius unicus defuncti Gulielmi chirurgi apud Sidney in Colonia de New 
South Wales" [Matric. Alb. 1835]. 

REDFORD, GEORGE, M.A. 1811, LL.D. 1834. 

Congregational Minister at (i) Uxbridge, 1812-26, (2) Worcester, 1826-52; 
born in London, 27th September, 1785; died at Edgbaston, Birmingham, 2oth 
May, 1860. 

REDHEAD, THOMAS JOSEPH, M.B., CM. 1887. 

Hull; died 1895. 

REDMAN, SAMUEL, M.A. 1738. 

"Hibernus films Samuelis Redman V.D.M. in par. Kilmore in Com, de 
Down" [Matric. Alb. 1735] 



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REED, HENRY, M.A., M.D. 1772. 

Possibly the same person as Henry Reed, Staff Hospital Mate, Army Medical 
Department in Ireland, 1797. 

REED, JAMES, M.D. 1812. 

Kilmarnock. 

REEDER, HENRY, M.D. 1766. 

REES, DAVID, M.A. 1818, M.D. 1822. 

Unitarian Minister at Tugn-y-Odyn, Merthyr Tydvil ; born in Cardiganshire, 
loth August, 1793; died 4th January, 1832. 

REES, FERDINAND, M.B., CM. 1889, M.D. 1894. 

Chippenham, Wilts.; Stoke-on-Trent ; Kirton-in-Lindsey, Lines.; Wigan. 

REES, GEORGE, M.D. 1807. 

(i) Founder and Manager of Pembroke House Lunatic Asylum, Hackney; 
(2) Medical Superintendent of the Cornwall Lunatic Asylum, Bodmin ; (3) 
Practitioner in London; died there, 7th December, 1846, aged 70. 

REES, GEORGE OWEN, M.D. 1837. 

Lecturer on Practice of Medicine, Guy's Hospital, London ; F.R.S. ; Physician 
Extraordinary to the Queen; died 27th May, 1889, aged 76. 

REES, OSWALD, M.B., C.M. 1889, M.D. 1894. 

Oswestry, Salop; Macclesfield ; Surgeon, R.N. 

REES, ROBERT, M.B., C.M. 1876. 

Oswestry, Salop ; West Bromwich, Staffs. 

REES, WILLIAM GOODMAN EDWARDS, M.A. 1886. 

(i) Curate of Parkgate; (2) Curate of St. James', Bangor, N. Wales; (3) 

Curate of Rainhill, Lanes.; (4) Vicar thereof; (5) Vicar of Pendleton, Manchester. 

REID, ALEXANDER, B.A. 1844. 

"Filius natu quartus Andreae Medici Glasguensis" [Matric. Alb. 1840]. 

REID, ALEXANDER WILLIAM, M.A. 1870, M.B., C.M. 1874. 

Glasgow; Arnold, Notts.; died there, 2oth September, 1880, aged 31. 

REID, ALLAN, M.A. 1889. 

Minister of Slamannan. 

REID, ANDREW, M.A. 1835. 

Secession Minister at Lossiemouth; died 25th July, 1846, aged 32. 

REID, ARCHIBALD, M.A. 1767. 

"Filius natu tertius quondam Joannis, in Parochia de Tyllie-Allan, Com. 
Perth" [Matric. Alb. 1763]. 

REID, BASIL, M.A. 1736. 

"Filius Jacobi Reid Mercatoris Glasguensis " [Matric. Alb. 1731]. 

REID, DAVID, M.A. 1808. 

Possibly the same person as David Reid, Irish Presbyterian Minister at 
Dunfanaghy, 183060; died nth July, 1860. 



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REID, DAVID, M.A. 1824, C.M. 1838. 

Fenwick ; Tarbolton (Lochlea). 

REID, DAVID ALLAN, M.A. 1884, B.D. 1887. 

Minister of Monkton. 

REID, DUNCAN ALEXANDER CAMERON, M.A. 1885, B.D. 1889. 

Minister of Inveraray since August, 1897. 

REID, EDWARD, M.D. 1856. 

Assistant-Surgeon, R.N.; born at Carrickfergus, loth April, 1835; died at 
Belfast, roth November, 1859; son of Professor James Seaton Reid (q.v.). 

REID, EDWARD THOMAS SCOTT, M.A. 1895. 

Qualifying for Ministry of the Church of England. 

REID, GEORGE, M.A. 1821. 

"F. n. max. Gulielmi Typographi Glasguensis" [Matric. Alb. 1816]. 

REID, HAMILTON CHAMBERS, M.B., C.M. 1873. 

Glasgow; Port-Glasgow; Harris, Inverness-shire; Coatbridge. 

REID, HARRY SEYMOUR, M.A. 1892. 

Curate of St. John the Evangelist's, Edinburgh. 

REID, HENRY, M.A. 1867. 

Minister of Relief U.P. Church, Irvine; resigned 2nd March, 1886, and 
went to Melbourne immediately afterwards. 

REID, HERBERT, M.A. 1888. 

Minister of West Free Church, Thurso. 

REID, HUGH, C.M. 1840. 

"Scotus" [Grad. Alb.]. 

REID, JAMES, M.A. 1833. 

Irish Presbyterian Minister at Ramelton, 1838-60, when resigned. 

REID, JAMES, M.B., C.M. 1868. 

Surgeon-Lieut-Col., I.M.S., Bengal. 

REID, JAMES ALEXANDER, M.A. 1894. 

Teacher in Whitehall Public School, Dennistoun, Glasgow. 

REID, JAMES SEATON, M.A. 1816, D.D. 1833. 

Presbyterian Minister at (i) Donegore, 1819-23, (2) Carrickfergus, 1823-38 ; 
thereafter Professor of Ecclesiastical History in (i) Royal Academical Institution, 
Belfast, 1838-41, (2) Glasgow University, 1841-51 ; born at Lurgan, igth December, 
1798; died at Belmont, the seat of Lord Mackenzie, near Edinburgh, 26th 
March, 1851; buried in Sighthill Cemetery, Glasgow. 

REID, JAMES SEATON, B.A. 1850, M.A. 1851. 

Licentiate of the Church of Scotland; born at Belfast, 28th January, 1831; 
died at Glasgow, gth February, 1856; son of Professor James Seaton Reid 
(q.v.). 



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REID, JAMES WILLIAM, M.B., C.M. 1871. 

Ship Surgeon ; Glasgow ; Evie, Orkney ; Troon : Bankfoot, Perthshire ; 
Ochiltree ; Dennyloanhead ; Govan. 

REID, JAMES WILLIAM, M.A. 1891. 

Teacher under Glasgow School Board. 

REID, JOHN, M.D. 1808. 

Paisley; Glasgow; died 1830; brother-in-law of William M'Gavin, author 
of The Protestant. 

REID, JOHN, M.A. 1824. 

Minister of (i) Brownsfield, Glasgow, (2) Old Kilpatrick ; born 1803; 
died May, 1867. 

REID, JOHN, M.A. 1828. 

" Filius natu secundus Gulielmi mercatoris apud Londinum in comitatu de 
Middlesex" [Matric. Alb. 1824]. 

REID, JOHN, M.A. 1874. 

English Presbyterian Minister at (i) Gosforth, (2) Leeds, (3) Birmingham. 

REID, JOHN, M.B., C.M. 1875, M.D. 1878. 

Crook, Durham ; London. 

REID, JOHN, M.A. 1877. 

U.P. Minister at (i) Milnathort, (2) Tay Square, Dundee. 

REID, JOHN, M.B , C.M. 1880. 

Muirkirk ; Largs ; Mauchline. 

REID, JOHN, M.A. 1884. 

U.P. Minister at Leven, 1887-88, when laid aside by illness. 

REID, JOHN, M.B., C.M. 1887. 

London ; Dromore, Co. Down. 

REID, JOHN, M.B., C.M. 1894. 

Glasgow ; Milngavie. 

REID, JOHN, M.A. 1895. 

Student of Theology in Free Church College, Glasgow. 

REID, JOHN ALEXANDER, M.A. 1863. 

Advocate, Edinburgh. 

REID, JOHN CAMPBELL, M.D. 1847. 

Amble, Northumberland; Newbiggan-by-the-Sea there; died March, 1882, 
aged 67. 

REID, JOHN DAVIDSON, M.A. 1867, M.B., C.M. 1874, M.D. 1876. 

Sometime Preacher, thereafter Medical Practitioner, Glasgow. 

REID, JOHN WILSON, M.A. 1874. 

Classical Master in Meigle House Boarding School, Perthshire, 1873-77; 

Classical Master in Herbertshire Castle Boarding School, Denny, 1877-88; 

Head Mathematical and Science Master in Inverness Royal Academy since 1888. 

2 K 



ROLL OF GRADUATES 

REID, MARCUS DILL, M.A. 1834. 

"Filius natu secundus Joannis agricolae in parochia de Tully et comitat- 
de Donegall" [Matric. Alb. 1830]. 

REID, MARCUS HORNE, M.D. 1803. 

"Filius natu minimus Roberti Chirurgi in Insula de Antigua" [Matric. Alb. 
1802]. 

REID, MATTHEW, M.A. 1867, B.D. 1872. 

Minister of Wellpark Free Church, Greenock. 

REID, MUNGO, M.A. 1859. 

Minister of (i) Lochgelly, (2) Mearns. 

REID, PETER BARR, M.A. 1882. 

Minister of Eday and Faray. 

REID, ROBERT, C.M. 1827. 

"Hibernus" [Grad. Alb.]. 

REID, ROBERT, M.A. 1888. 

Teacher, Glasgow, in (i) St. James's Sessional School, (2) Townhead Public 
School, (3) Thomson Street Public School, (4) Whitehall Public School. 

REID, ROBERT GALBRAITH, M.B., C.M. 1887. 

Glasgow ; London. 

REID, THOMAS, M.A. 1817. 

" Filius Natu Tertius Davidis Agricolae in parochia de Killinchy in comitatu 
de Down" [Matric. Alb. 1814]. 

REID, THOMAS, M.D. 1857, LL.D. 1896. 

Glasgow : Waltonian Lecturer on the Eye in Glasgow University since 
1869. 

REID, THOMAS, M.B., C.M. 1875, M.D. 1879. 

Cramlington, Northumberland ; Lochmaben. 

REID, THOMAS, M.A. 1892. 

Teacher in (i) Harmony Row School, Govan, (2) Lambhill Street School 

there, (3) Fairneld Public School there, (4) The John Neilson Institution, Paisley. 

REID, THOMAS MAYNE, M.A. 1804. 

Presbyterian Minister at Drumgooland, Presbytery of Rathfriland, Ireland ; 
born 1787; died gtii July, 1868; father of Captain (Thomas) Mayne Reid, 
the novelist. 

REID, WILLIAM, M.A. 1773. 

" Natus in parochia de Douglas filius natu unicus Adami quondam Agricolae 
in dicta parochia & comitatu de Clydesdale" [Matric. Alb. 1768]. 

REID, WILLIAM, M.D. 1840. 

Dublin; died 1870. 



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REID, WILLIAM, B.A. 1861, M.A. 1862. 

Teacher in (i) Glasgow Academy, (2) Glasgow High School, (3) Bell-Baxter 
School, Cupar-Fife, as Mathematical Master. 

REID, WILLIAM, M.A. 1879, B.D. 1882. 

Minister of St. David's, Kirkintilloch, 1884-96, when resigned on account 
of ill-health ; resident (1897) at Maldowney, Malahide, Co. Dublin. 

REID, WILLIAM LOUDON, M.B., CM. 1866, M.D. 1869. 

Dairy, Ayrshire; Glasgow (sometime Lecturer on Midwifery in Western 
Medical School; afterwards Professor of Midwifery in Anderson's College, 
resigned 1896). 

REITH, ARCHIBALD, M.A. 1893. 

Teacher in the High School of Glasgow. 

RENDALL, GEORGE, M.D. 1847. 

Glasgow. 

RENNIE, JAMES, M.A. 1815. 

Professor of Natural History in King's College, London, 1830-34; emigrated 
to N.S. Wales, 1840; born at Sorn, Ayrshire, 26th February, 1787; died at 
Adelaide, 25th August, 1867. 

RENNIE, JAMES STARK, M.B., CM. 1882. 

Maryhill ; Coatbridge. 

RENNIE, ROBERT, M.A. 1781. 

Minister of Kilsyth; died loth July, 1820; D.D. Aberdeen, 1808. 

RENNIE, ROBERT, D.D. 1820. 

Minister of Bo'ness ; died 2gih July, 1833. 

RENNIE, WILLIAM, M.A. 1825. 

"F. n. unic. Thomae Ludimagistri Glasguensis" [Matric. Alb. 1819]. 

RENNY, PATRICK, M.A., M.D. 1771. 

"Has been a Practitioner in his Majesty's Navy and at Newport-Pagnell " 
[Univ. Minute, 2gth July, 1771]. 

RENTON, HENRY, B.A. 1822, M.A. 1823. 

U.P. Minister at Kelso, 1830-77; born 5th October, 1804; died at Kelso, 
4th January, 1877. 

RENTOUL, ALEXANDER, M.A. 1865. 

Minister (i) of St. Peter's Presbyterian Church, Liverpool, 1866-74, (2) at 
Longford, Ireland, (3) of Sandymount Presbyterian Church, Dublin; died 29th 
August, 1889. 

RENWICK, THOMAS, M.B., C.M. 1875. 

London; Belize, British Honduras; died 22nd June, 1877. 

REVIE, ARCHIBALD, M.B., C.M. 1893. 

Campbeltown ; Motherwell ; Galston. 



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REVIE, DUGALD, M.B., CM. 1889. 

F.C. Medical Missionary to Wardha, Central India. 

REYBURN, HUGH YOUNG, M.A. 1880, B.D. 1883. 

F.C. Minister at (i) Leven, (2) Kirkintilloch. 

REYNOLDS, FRANCIS, M.D. 1845. 

"Hibernus" [Grad. Alb.]. 

REYNOLDS, HEWITSON, M.A. 1777. 

" Natus in Hibernia Filius natu maximus Joannis Armigeri in parochia 
Kilbarran comitatu Donegal" [Matric. Alb. 1774]. 

REYNOLDS, OSBORNE, LL.D. 1884. 

Professor of Engineering in Victoria University, Manchester. 

REYNOLDS, WILLIAM, M.A. 1883. 

Schoolmaster of Sandwick, Shetland; died there, 24th August, 1887, aged 25: 
native of Cloberhill, Duntocher. 

RHODES, FRANCIS, M.B., CM. 1866, M.D. 1868. 

Glasgow; Withington, Lanes.; Horton, Yorks. ; Withington; died 1891. 

RHODES, HUGH, M.B., CM. 1887, M.D. 1891. 

Dronfield, Derbyshire; Sheffield. 

RHODES, THOMAS WEMYSS, M.B., CM. 1868, M.D. 1870. 

Manchester; Northenden, Cheshire. 

RICE, HENRY, M.D. 1761. 

RICE, HENRY JAMES, M.D. 1864. 

Mountmellick, Queen's Co.; died December, 1886. 

RICE, JOHN ROCHE, M.D. 1843. 

Tralee ; Surgeon, P. & O. Co.'s Service, and for 10 years on board Hospital 
Ship in Crimea and Mediterranean. 

RICHARD, DAVID THEOPHILUS, M.B., CM. 1883, M.D. 1890. 

Ton, Glam. ;. Risca, Mon. ; J.P. 

RICHARD, WILLIAM JOHN, M.A. 1888, M.B., CM. 1892. 

Ship Surgeon ; Rutherglen ; Govan Poorhouse and Asylum. 

RICHARDSON, ARTHUR, M.A. 1740. 

"Ang. Hib." [Grad. Alb.]. 

RICHARDSON, CHARLES, LL.D. 1843. 

Lexicographer; kept a well-known School on Clapham Common, London; 
married Elizabeth, widow of Daniel Terry, the actor; born July, 1775 > died 6th 
October, 1865. 

RICHARDSON, CHARLES, M.A. 1889. 

Minister of (i) E.U. Church at Bathgate, (2) E.U. (Congregational) Church 
at Leith. 

RICHARDSON, FRANK BERTRAM, LL.B. 1889. 

M.A. Edin. 1885 ; Writer, Glasgow. 



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RICHARDSON, HENRY, M.D. 1842. 

"Hibernus" [Grad. Alb.]. 

RICHARDSON, JOHN, LL.B. 1830. 

Of Kirklands, Roxburghshire; W.S. 1827; Parliamentary Solicitor, West- 
minster; London Law Agent of Glasgow University; the friend of Sir Walter 
Scott, Thomas Campbell, Joanna Baillie, etc., and himself an occasional writer 
of verses; born at Gilmerton, near Edinburgh, gih May, 1780; died at 
Kirklands, 4th October, 1864. 

RICHARDSON, THOMAS ELLIOT, B.A. 1836, M.A. 1837. 

U.P. Missionary at Portland, South Australia; afterwards Principal of an 
Academy in Tasmania, and Proprietor and Editor of a Newspaper. 

RICHARDSON WILLIAM, M.A. 1763. 

Tutor to sons of Lord Cathcart, and Secretary to His Lordship while 
Ambassador at St Petersburg ; Professor of Humanity in Glasgow University, 
1773 to 1814; born at Manse of Aberfoyle, ist October, 1743; died 3rd 
November, 1814; witnessed in December, 1750, the abduction of Jean Key or 
Wright by Rob Roy's sons, who, with their victim in charge, made a violent and 
noisy entrance into the house where he was then residing. 

RICHARDSON, WILLIAM, M.A. 1785, D.D. 1816. 

Minister of Inchinnan, 1793 to 1822, when demitted ; died loth January, 
1845; nephew of Professor William Richardson (q.v.). 

RICHIE, JAMES, M.D. 1740. 

Minister of a Dissenting Congregation in England. 

RICHMOND, ANDREW, M.B., C.M. 1885. 

Galston ; Paisley. 

RICHMOND, ANDREW HENDERSON, M.B., C.M. 1887. 

Paisley; London. 

RICHMOND, DANIEL, M.D. 1858. 

Paisley; died previous to 1889. 

RICHMOND, DANIEL, M.B., C.M. 1894. 

Kilraughts, Co. Antrim; Rochdale. 

RICHMOND, JAMES, D.D. 1800. 

Minister of Irvine; died i6th July, 1804, aged 60. 

RICHMOND, JOHN, CM. 1820. 

"Scotia" [Grad. Alb.]. 

RICHMOND, JOHN MAIR, M.A. 1895. 

Licentiate of the U.P. Church. 

RIDDELL, BROWNLOW, M.B., C.M. 1891, M.D. 1896. 

Glasgow ; Doune ; Glasgow. 

RIDDELL, HUGH, M.B., C.M. 1894. 

Glasgow. 



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RIDDELL, JOHN, M.A. 1783. 

Possibly the same person as John Riddell, M.F.P.&S.G. 1783, M.D., 
Practitioner in Glasgow, who died 1819. 

RIDDELL, JOHN, B.A. 1861. 

Minister of (i) R.P. Church (now Martyrs' Free Church), Dundee, (2) 
Wynd Free Church, Glasgow, (3) Augustine Free Church there, (4) Paisley Road 
Free Church there, (5) Wynd Free Church there (a second time). 

RIDDELL, JOHN, M.A. 1893. 

Licentiate of the Free Church. 

RIDDELL, ROBERT, CM. 1825. 

"Hibernus" [Grad. Alb.]. 

RIDDICK, SAMUEL MURDOCH, M.A. 1881. 

Free Church Minister at Grange mouth. 

RIDGE, JOSEPH, M.D. 1838. 

London; died nth June, 1875. 

RIDGEWAY, FREDERIC EDWARD, D.D. 1890. 

Curate (i) of Christ Church, Tunbridge Wells, (2) of Holy Trinity, Malvern, 
(3) of Holy Trinity, Ryde, (4) in sole charge of Weeting, Norfolk, (5) in sole 
charge of St. John Baptist, Newport, (6) in sole charge of St. Peter's, Eaton Square, 
London; afterwards Incumbent of St. Mary's, Glasgow, 1878-90, and Dean of the 
United Diocese of Glasgow and Galloway, 1888-90; Vicar of St. Peter's, South 
Kensington, London, since 1890. 

RIDING, ROGER, M.D. 1827. 

London; died igth November, 1864. 

RIDLEY, JOHN, M.D. 1838. 

Tullamore, King's Co.; died 3rd May, 1875, aged 59. 

RIMMER, JOHN, M.D., CM. 1826. 

"Anglus" [Grad. Alb.]. 

RISK, ANDREW, M.D. 1855 

Glasgow; sometime Surgeon in the Army; died xoth February, 1862. 

RISK, ROBERT KNOX, M.A. 1891. 

Journalist, on staff of Glasgow Herald. 

RITCHIE, ANDREW, M.B., CM. 1868, M.D. 1871. 

Pollokshaws. 

RITCHIE, CHARLES, M.D. 1839. 

Neilston, 1815-27 ; Glasgow (Lecturer on Midwifery in Portland Street 
Medical School, 1838-40, and Lecturer on Clinical Medicine in Royal Infirmary); 
London; died there, 27th January, 1878, aged 79. 

RITCHIE, CHARLES GEORGE, M.D. 1863. 

Edinburgh; London; died 22nd December, 1865; son of Charles Ritchie, 
M.D. 1839 (q.v.). 



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RITCHIE, DAVID ALLARDYCE, M.A. 1887- 

Teacher in (i) Stonelaw Public School, Rutherglen, 1887-88, (2) Newton 
Public School, Cambuslang, 1888-93, (3) Dunoon Grammar School since 1893. 

RITCHIE, FRANCIS CALDWELL, M.D. 1834. 

Of Kirktonhall, West Kilbride; died 23rd November, 1894, aged 86. 

RITCHIE, GEORGE, M.A. 1817. 

"Filius natu maximus Reverendi Viri Joannis V.D.P. Glasg. natus" [Matric. 
Alb. 1811]. 

RITCHIE, GEORGE, M.A. 1827. 

Minister of (i) St. Boswells, (2) Jedburgh ; resigned 1876; died 29th May, 
1888, aged 80; D.D. Edin. 1870. 

RITCHIE, GEORGE, M.D. 1843. 

Bellinghay, Lines. ; previously Lecturer on Midwifery at Aberdeen ; died 
1 5th January, 1879, aged 72. 

RITCHIE, GEORGE MURE, B.L. 1882. 

Writer, Glasgow. 

RITCHIE, JAMES, M.D. 1804. 

"Filius natu maximus Alexandri Piscatoris apud Ayr in comitatu ejusdem" 
[Matric. Alb. 1793]. 

RITCHIE, JOHN, M.A. 1803. 

Minister of U.P. Church at (i) Kilmarnock, (2) Hope Park, Edinburgh; 
resigned 4th September, 1849; died i5th May, 1861, aged 80. 

RITCHIE, JOHN, M.B., C.M. 1880. 

Glasgow. 

RITCHIE, JOHN, M.B., C.M. 1884. 

Glasgow; Surgeon-Captain, Army. 

RITCHIE, JOHN, M.B., C.M. 1885. 

Glasgow ; Greenock ; Dunoon. 

RITCHIE, JOHN, M.A. 1891. 

Licentiate of the Church of Scotland; B.D. Edin. 1894. 

RITCHIE, WILLIAM, D.D. 1798. 

Minister of (i) Tarbolton, (2) Kilwinning, (3) St. Andrew's, Glasgow, (4) 
High Church, Edinburgh; Professor of Divinity in Edinburgh University, 1809 to 
1828; died at Tarbolton, 29th January, 1830, aged 83 ; introduced an organ into 
St. Andrew's Church, Glasgow, which the Presbytery declared to be contrary to 
the law of the land and the Church. 

RITCHIE, WILLIAM, C.M. 1833. 

Victoria, Australia. 

RITCHIE, WILLIAM, M.A. 1882. 

Minister of Can-onshore. 



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RITCHIE, WILLIAM, M.A. 1887. 

Teacher, Paisley, in (i) North School, (2) West School; died i3th July, 
1893, aged 31. 

RITCHIE, WILLIAM BARRY, CM. 1837. 

"Hibernus" [Grad. Alb.]. 

ROBB, GEORGE HENRY, M.A. 1880. 

Writer, Glasgow. 

ROBB, HENRY, B.L. 1888. 

Writer, Stirling. 

ROBB, JAMES JENKINS, M.B., CM. 1892, M.D. 1895. 

Longriggend ; Paisley. 

ROBB, JOHN, M.A. 1824. 

"F. n. max. Joannis Artificis Peterhead Bamff" [Matric. Alb. 1816]. 

ROBB, RICHARD, M.A. 1885, B.D. 1888. 

Minister of (i) Scottish Church, Longtown, Cumberland, (2) Blairdaff, 
Aberdeenshire. 

ROBB, RICHARD ALEXANDER DENOVAN, M.B., C.M. 1883. 

Glasgow; died there, i8th May, 1891, aged 35. 

ROBB, THOMAS DUNN, M.A. 1890. 

Teacher in Paisley Grammar School and Academy. 

ROBB, WILLIAM, M.B., CM. 1888. 

Cornsay, Durham ; Finedon, Northamptonshire ; Irthlingborough there. 

ROBBIE, FRANK HARPER, M.A. 1893. 

Teacher in (i) Petershill Public School, Glasgow, (2) The Academy, Beith, 
(3) The Academy, Leith. 

ROBERTON, DAVID, M.A. 1877- 

Curate of St. Cuthbert's Church, Hebburn-on-Tyne, 1879-82 ; Curate of St. 
Thomas' Church, South Shields, 1882-86; Curate-in-charge of St. Mark's Church, 
Shire Moor, Newcastle-on-Tyne, since 1886. 

ROBERTON, SIR JAMES, LL.D. 1868. 

Writer in Glasgow ; Professor of Conveyancing in the University, 1867 to 
1889; Knighted 1889; born in Glasgow, 7th January, 1821; died at Grantown- 
on-Spey, gih August, 1889. 

ROBERTON, JOHN STEWART, M.A. 1886, LL.B. 1889. 

Writer in Glasgow ; son of Sir James Roberton (q.v.). 

ROBERTON, WILLIAM, M.B., C.M. 1892, M.D. 1896. 

Glasgow; Birmingham; nephew of Sir James Roberton (q.v.). 

ROBERTON, WILLIAM CRAIG, M.A. 1883, B.L. 1884, LL.B. 1885. 

Writer in Glasgow; Examiner for Law Degrees in the University, 1890-94; 

died at Forres, i5th January, 1896, aged 34; son of Sir James Roberton (q.v.). 



ROLL OF GRADUATES $21 

ROBERTS, DAVID, M.D. 1860. 

London. 
ROBERTS, HENRY, M.D. 1834. 

Egham, Surrey. 
ROBERTS, WALTER, M.A. 1860. 

U.P. Minister at (i) Airdrie, (2) Dennistoun, Glasgow. 
ROBERTS, WILLIAM, M.A., M.D. 1771. 

"Filius unicus Benjamini Arraigeri in urbe Charlestoun South Carolina" 
[Matric. Alb. 1770]. 

ROBERTSON, ALEXANDER, M.D. 1855. 

Glasgow: Medical Officer, Town's Hospital; Lecturer on Mental Diseases, 
Royal Infirmary Med. Sch. ; Professor of Medicine, St. Mungo's College. 
ROBERTSON, ALEXANDER, M.B., C.M. 1870. 

Gourock ; Bonhill ; Gourock. 

ROBERTSON, ALEXANDER, M.B., C.M. 1884. 

F.C. Missionary, Nagpore, India. 

ROBERTSON, ALEXANDER, M.B., C.M. 1896. 

Glasgow; son of Alexander Robertson, M.D. 1855 (q.v.). 

ROBERTSON, ALEXANDER STEWART, M.B., C.M. 1894. 

Old Fletton, Northamptonshire ; Woodstone there. 

ROBERTSON, ALLAN M'LEAN, M.B., C.M. 1893. 

Cockermouth; Dumbarton; died there, i7th April, 1896, aged 23. 

ROBERTSON, ANDREW, M.A. 1823. 

"Scotus" [Grad. Alb.]. 

ROBERTSON, ANDREW, M.A, 1881. 

Minister of (i) Annbank, Tarbolton, (2) Cadzow. 

ROBERTSON, ANDREW, M.B., C.M. 1891. 

Ship Surgeon ; Glasgow ; Paisley ; Stewarton. 

ROBERTSON, ANDREW, M.A. 1894. 

Teacher in Ayr Academy since 1894. 

ROBERTSON, ANDREW STIRTON, M.A. 1896. 

Teacher in (i) West Public School, Thurso, (2) Miller Institution there. 

ROBERTSON, ARCHIBALD, M.A. 1888, M.B., C.M. 1892. 

Ship Surgeon; Lamlash, Arran; Carterton, N.Z. 

ROBERTSON, ARCHIBALD ENEAS, M.A. 1892, B.D. 1896. 

Licentiate of the Free Church. 

ROBERTSON, CHARLES EDWARD, M.B., C.M. 1888. 

Glasgow. 
ROBERTSON, DANIEL THOMSON, M.A. 1887. 

U.P. Missionary to Manchuria, North China; son of John Keith Robertson, 
M.D. (q.v.). 



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ROBERTSON, DAVID, LL.D. 1895. 

Hardware Merchant in Glasgow, 1837-60, when retired, taking up residence 

at Millport and devoting himself to the study of Marine Biology; known as "The 

Naturalist of Cumbrae "; born in Great Hamilton Street, Glasgow, 28th November 

(O.S.), 1806; died at Fernbank, Millport, 2oth November, 1896. 

ROBERTSON, DAVID DOIG, B.A. 1861, M.A. 1862. 

R.P. Minister at Whithorn, 1866-72 ; English Presbyterian Minister at Dudley, 
1872-75; F.C. Minister at Old Kilpatrick and Bowling, 1875-85; F.C. Minister 
at Oban since 1887. 

ROBERTSON, DAVID DONALDSON, M.A. 1892. 

Barrister-at-Law, London; B.A., LL.B. Cantab. 1893. 

ROBERTSON, DAVID GEORGE, M.A. 1885. 

Writer, Glasgow. 

ROBERTSON, DAVID STEPHEN, M.A. 1895. 

Officer in the Army. 

ROBERTSON, FREDERICK WILLIAM, M.A. 1888. 

Medical Practitioner (M.R.C.S. 1895), London. 

ROBERTSON, GEORGE, D.D. 1795. 

Teacher in (i) George Heriot's Hospital, Edinburgh, (2) Grammar School, 
Campbeltown; Minister of Campbeltown, 1763 to 1820 ; died 8th September, 1820, 
aged 86. 

ROBERTSON, GEORGE, M.D. 1840. 

Dundee; Glasgow (Specialist in Eye Diseases); died nth July, 1869. 

ROBERTSON, GEORGE, M.D. 1861. 

Edinburgh; Fleet Surgeon, R.N. ; London. 

ROBERTSON, GEORGE, LL.D. 1874. 

Head Master of the Birmingham and Edgbaston Proprietary School. 

ROBERTSON, HENRY, M.A. 1890. 

(i) Teacher in Fairfield Public School, Govan, 1885-89; (2) Teacher in 
Newton Academy, Ayr, 1889-95 ; (3) Teacher in Russell Street School, Ayr, 
1895-97; (4) Head Master of Grammar School, Ayr, since 1897. 

ROBERTSON, HECTOR MONTEITH, M.B., CM. 1893. 

Brechin. 

ROBERTSON, HUGH, M.B., CM. 1893. 

Milnathort; Forth, Lanarkshire. 
ROBERTSON, HUMPHREY, CM. 1834. 

Portpatrick ; died i6th May, 1864. 

ROBERTSON, JAMES, M.A. 1773- 

" Filius natu maximus Joannis Civis Glasguensis" [Matric. Alb. 1769], 

ROBERTSON, JAMES, M.A. .1775. 

"Filius natu secundus Joannis Mercatoris Glasguensis " [Matric. Alb. 1771]. 



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ROBERTSON, JAMES, M.A. 1782. 

"Natus in Glasgua filius Natu quintus Joannis Mercatoris in Glasgua" 
[Matric. Alb. 1774]- 

ROBERTSON, JAMES, M.D. 1816. 

"Joan V.D.M. Kingussie" [Matric. Alb. 1812]. 

ROBERTSON, JAMES, M.B., CM. 1881. 

Glasgow ; Ship Surgeon ; New Cumnock ; Girvan ; Patna. 

ROBERTSON, JAMES, B.L. 1890. 

Writer, Glasgow. 

ROBERTSON, JAMES, M.B., CM. 1893. 

Glasgow ; Ship Surgeon ; South Harris. 

ROBERTSON, JAMES ALEXANDER, M.B., CM. 1885. 

Melbourne, Australia; Carlton there. 

ROBERTSON, JAMES ANDERSON, M.B., CM. 1885. 

M.A, Oxon. ; Glasgow. 

ROBERTSON. JAMES ANDREW, M.B., CM. 1892. 

Dumbarton : Nelson, Lanes. ; Klerksdorp, Transvaal, S. Africa. 

ROBERTSON, JAMES BRYCE, M.B., CM. 1893. 

Garliestown, Wigtownshire : Portland, Oregon, U.S.A. 

ROBERTSON, JAMES CURRIE, M.A. 1890, B.Sc. 1893, M.B., CM. 1894. 

Surgeon-Lieut, I. M.S., Bengal. 

ROBERTSON, JAMES DUNCAN, M.A. 1892, LL.B. 1896. 

Writer, but not practising as such; intends to qualify as an advocate. 

ROBERTSON, JAMES JOHN, M.B., CM. 1875. 

Bannockburn ; Montgomery, N. Wales. 

ROBERTSON, JAMES ROBERT MILLER, M.D., CM. 1866. 

Renfrew ; Sydney, Australia. 

ROBERTSON, JAMES SOMMERVILLE, M.B., CM. 1877. 

Birtley, Durham ; Middlesbro' ; Lambley, Northumberland ; Durham ; died at 
Newcastle, i2th May, 1890. 

ROBERTSON, JOHN, M.A. 1738. 

Minister of Dunblane, 1756-95; died 23rd June, 1795. 
ROBERTSON, JOHN, M.A. 1746. 

" Filius Dav. Robertson in parochia de Wuston in Com. de Lanerk " [Matric. 
Alb. 1743]. 

ROBERTSON, JOHN, M.A. 1753. 

" Filius Joannis in Parochia de Dunlop in Com. de Air, N.B." [Matric. Alb. 
1746]. 

ROBERTSON, JOHN, M.A. 1756. 

See ROBISON, JOHN. 



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ROBERTSON, JOHN, D.D. 1826. 

Minister of Cambuslang, 1797 to 1843; died 2nd February, 1843, aged 75. 

ROBERTSON, JOHN, M.D. 1849. 

"Scotus" [Grad. Alb.]. 

ROBERTSON, JOHN, M.D. 1863, C.M. 1869. 

Dumbarton; J.P. 

ROBERTSON, JOHN, M.A. 1885, M.B., C.M. 1889. 

Glasgow; Old Cumnock; Kilmarnock. 

ROBERTSON, JOHN ALEXANDER, M.B., C.M. 1874, M.D. 1877. 

Buckhaven, Fife ; Sheffield ; Glasgow ; Stilton, Hunts. 

ROBERTSON, JOHN ANDERSON, M.A. 1883. 

Minister of Tenandry. 

ROBERTSON, JOHN CRAWFORD, M.B., C.M. 1893, M.D. 1896. 

Glasgow; Maryborough, Queensland. 

ROBERTSON, JOHN GEORGE, M.A., B.Sc. 1889. 

Ph.D. Leipzig, 1892 ; no special profession. 

ROBERTSON, JOHN HEY, M.D. 1834. 

"Scotus" [Grad. Alb.]. 

ROBERTSON, JOHN KEITH, M.D. 1863, C.M. 1871. 

Dunblane ; Greenock. 

ROBERTSON, JOHN MACMILLAN, B.L. 1883. 

Writer, Glasgow. 

ROBERTSON, JOHN MAIR, M.B., C.M. 1883. 

Galston ; Penpont. 

ROBERTSON, JOHN NEIL, M.B., C.M. 1895. 

Paisley. 

ROBERTSON, JOHN STEWART, M.A. 1892. 

Teacher in Stockbridge School, Edinburgh. 

ROBERTSON, JOSEPH M'GREGOR, M.A. 1876, M.B., C.M. 1880. 

Glasgow (Muirhead Demonstrator of Physiology in the University, 1881-87, 
Assistant to Professor of Physiology, 1881-91, and sometime Lecturer on Physi- 
ology in Queen Margaret College). 

ROBERTSON, PETER FRANCE, M.D. 1863. 

Glasgow ; Milngavie. 

ROBERTSON, ROBERT, M.B., C.M. 1886. 

Dundee; Surgeon-Captain, I.M.S., Madras. 

ROBERTSON, ROBERT, M.B., C.M. 1887. 

Motherwell. 

ROBERTSON, ROBERT CURRIE, M.A. 1888, M.B., C.M. 1891. 

Glasgow ; Kilmarnock. 



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ROBERTSON, ROBERT THIN CRAIG, M.B. 1868. 

Motherwell ; Doncaster ; Motherwell ; Hamilton. 

ROBERTSON, SAMUEL, B.A. 1845. 

Curate of Ulverston, Lancashire, 1854-59; in sole charge of Tilney St. 
Lawrence, Norfolk, 1859-62; Vicar of Swinstead, Lincolnshire, 1862-78; resigned 
through indisposition, 1878. 

ROBERTSON, WILLIAM, D.D. 1758. 

Minister of (i) Gladsmuir, (2) Lady Yester's, Edin., (3) Old Greyfriars, Edin. ; 
Principal of Edinburgh University, 1762-93; Chaplain of Stirling Castle; Historio- 
grapher for Scotland; Author of History of Scotland ; born at Manse of Borthwick, 
igth September, 1721; died at Edinburgh, nth June, 1793. 

ROBERTSON, WILLIAM, D.D. 1768. 

M.A. of Glasgow University, 1724; expelled 1725, but restored by order 
of Royal Commission of Visitation, 1726; Curate of Tullow, Co. Carlow; Rector 
of Rathvilly, same Co., and of Kilranelagh, Co. Wicklow; Vicar of Rathmore 
and of Straboe, and perpetual Curate of Rahill, all Co. Carlow ; Curate of 
St. Luke's, Dublin; Chaplain to Lord Cathcart, the British Ambassador to the 
Court of Russia ; Master of Wolverhampton Grammar School ; born at Dublin, 
i6th October, 1705; died 2oth May, 1783. 

ROBERTSON, WILLIAM, M.A. 1806. 

Minister of (i) Laggan, (2) Kinloss, Forres, (2) Free Church there; died 
1 3th November, 1860. 

ROBERTSON, WILLIAM, M.D. 1841. 

"Scotus" [Grad. Alb.]. 

ROBERTSON, WILLIAM, M.A. 1853. 

"Fil. nat 2 ndus Joannis opificis in Stirling" [Matric. Alb. 1851]. 

ROBERTSON, WILLIAM, M.B., CM. 1877, M.D. 1883. 

Glasgow ; Buckhaven, Fife ; Colesberg, Cape of Good Hope ; Newcastle- 
on-Tyne ; Johannesburg, Transvaal. 

ROBERTSON, WILLIAM, M.B., CM. 1881. 

Glasgow; Longhope, Orkney; Westray there; died 25111 August, 1887, 
aged 30. 

ROBERTSON, WILLIAM, B.L. 1884. 

Writer, Glasgow. 

ROBERTSON, WILLIAM, M.B., CM. 1886, M.D. 1896. 

Glasgow. 

ROBERTSON, WILLIAM, M.B., CM. 1887, M.D. 1891. 

Glasgow; Perth; Renfrew; Perth; son of James Robertson, D.D., Professor 
of Oriental Languages in Glasgow University. 

ROBERTSON, WILLIAM BRUCE, D.D. 1869. 

Minister of U.P. Church, Irvine, 1843-78; born at Greenhill, 24th May, 
1820; died at Bridge of Allan, 27th June, 1886, 



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ROBERTSON, WILLIAM GEORGE, M.A. 1889. 

Manufacturer, Arbroath. 

ROBERTSON, WILLIAM JOHN, M.A. 1886, M.B., C.M. 1890. 

Milngavie; died at Paisley, ist July, 1893, aged 26. 

ROBIE, SIMON BROADSTREET, LL.D. 1822. 

Solicitor-General and Speaker of the House of Assembly, Nova Scotia. 

ROBINSON, ALEXANDER, M.A. 1883, B.D. 1886. 

Minister of Kilmun, 1894-96. 

ROBINSON, COLLINGS, M.D. 1831. 

Cheltenham; died i2th June, 1869, aged 61. 

ROBINSON, CUTHBERT HENRY, M.D. 1864. 

Manchester; died 2ist September, 1874, aged 32. 

ROBINSON, HENRY WATT, M.B., C.M. 1886. 

Glasgow. 

ROBINSON, JAMES TEMPLETON, M.A., M.D. 1784. 

"Hibernus" [Grad. Alb.]. 

ROBINSON, JOHN, M.A. 1770. 

" Na. in Hibernia Filius natu secundus Jacob! Mercatoris in urbe Markethill 
in Com. de Armagh" [Matric. Alb. 1768]. 

ROBINSON, JOHN ALEXANDER, M.D. 1841. 

"Hibernus" [Grad. Alb.]. 

ROBINSON, JOHN ALEXANDER GRANT, M.A. 1889. 

Baptist Minister at Perth. 

ROBINSON, MATTHEW, C.M. 1828, 

Feeney, Co. Deny. 

ROBINSON, THOMAS, B.A. 1861. 

Minister of Lion Walk Congregational Church, Colchester. 

ROBINSON, WILLIAM, M.D. 1836. 

"Hibernus" [Grad. Alb.]. 

ROBINSON, WILLIAM CHARLES, B.A. 1854, M.A. 1857. 

Presbyterian Minister at (i) Ramelton, 1861-62, (2) Ballykelly, Co. London- 
derry, since 1862. 

ROBINSON, WILLIAM THOMAS GARDNER, M.B., C.M. 1882, M.D. 1887. 

Cleator, Cumberland ; Hilgay, Norfolk ; Poole, Dorset. 

ROBISON, JAMES, M.A. 1823. 

Of Leddriegreen, Strathblane ; Advocate; Sheriff-Substitute at Ayr, 1845-76; 
born 9th November, 1805; died 26th November, 1876. 



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ROBISON, JOHN, M.A. 1756, LL.D. 1799. 

Tutor (1758) to son of Admiral Knowles at General Wolfe's Quebec expedi- 
tion; midshipman on board " Royal William"; sent (1762) to Jamaica in charge 
of Harrison's chronometer ; Lecturer on Chemistry in Glasgow University, 1766-69 ; 
Private Secretary (1770) to Admiral Knowles, then President of Russian Board of 
Admiralty; Inspector-General (1772) of Marine Cadet Corps of Nobles at Cron- 
stadt, with rank of Colonel ; Professor of Natural Philosophy in Edinburgh Uni- 
versity, 1774-1805 ; born at Boghall, Stirlingshire, 1739; died 3oth January, 1805 ; 
graduated M.A. as " Robertson." 

ROBSON, CHARLES, M.A. 1885. 

U.P. Minister at (i) Chine Park, Port-Glasgow, (2) Pollok Street, Glasgow. 

ROBSON, GEORGE, M.A. 1861, D.D. 1890. 

U.P. Minister at (i) Inverness, (2) Bridgend, Perth. 

ROBSON, JOHN, M.A. 1826, D.D. 1844. 

Minister of United Secession Church at (i) Lasswade, (2) Wellington Street, 
Glasgow; born igth June, 1804; died 2ist January, 1872. 

ROBSON, JOHN, M.A. 1858, D.D. 1876. 

U.P. Missionary to Rajputana, India, 1860-72; Minister of St. Nicholas' 
U.P. Church, Aberdeen, since 1876. 

ROCHE, JOHN, M.D. 1837. 

Liverpool; Ipswich; Norwich; died 5th November, 1889, aged 74. 

ROCK, GEORGE HENRY, B.Sc. 1892. 

U.S. Navy. 

ROCKCLIFFE, RICHARD WILLIAM, M.D. 1799. 

"Anglus" [Grad. Alb.]. 

RODGER, ALEXANDER, M.A. 1882. 

Teacher in Paisley. 

RODGER, JAMES, M.A. 1879. 

Teacher in Dumbarton Burgh Academy since 1882, latterly as Classical 
Master; is also a Licentiate of the U.P. Church. 

RODGER, JAMES, M.A. 1893. 

(i) Teacher in Glasgow; (2) of Department of Public Education, Cape 
Town. 

RODGER, PHILIP, B.A. 1861, M.A. 1862. 

Minister of Pollokshaws ; died there, nth June, 1889. 

RODGER, ROBERT, M.B., CM. 1869, M.D. 1875. 

Manchester. 

RODGER, WILLIAM, M.B., CM. 1874. 

Galston; Srrathaven; died 1885. 



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RODGERS, ANDREW, M.A. 1774. 

" Filius natu sextus Jacobi Mercatoris in Comitatu de Cavan et Parochia 
Kildalan" [Matric. Alb. 1771]. 

RODGERS, JAMES, C.M. 1823. 

"Hibernus" [Grad. Alb.]. 

RODGERS, JAMES MAXWELL, B.A. 1845, M.A. 1848. 

Presbyterian Minister at (i) Kilrea, 1853-69, (2) Londonderry since 1869. 

RODGERS, JOHN, M.A. 1821, C.M. 1824. 

Brother of Moses Rodgers, M.A. 1821 (q.v.), and "Filius natu Secundus 
Joannis agricolae in parochia de Drumragh in comitatu de Tyrone " [Matric. Alb. 
1818]. 

RODGERS, JOHN WALKER, B.A. 1845, M.A. 1847. 

Inspector of National Schools, (i) Armagh, (2) Belfast. 

RODGERS, MAXWELL, M.D. 1857. 

Inspector-General, R.N. 

RODGERS, MOSES, M.A. 1821. 

Intended for Ministry of Irish Presbyterian Church, but never admitted as a 
Licentiate; emigrated to the United States and died there "sometime in the 
sixties." 

RODGERSON, WILLIAM PATRICK, B.Sc. 1879, M.A. 1880. 

U.P. Minister at Lassvvade. 

RODMAN, ROBERT, M.B., C.M. 1871. 

Glasgow; Chascomus, Buenos Ayres; died there, loth October, 1895. 

ROE, EDWARD, M.A. 1774. 

"Hibernus" [Grad. Alb.]. 

ROE, EDWARD THOMAS, M.D. 1841. 

Plymouth; Kingskerswell, Devon; London; died 28th September, 1884, 
aged 64. 

ROEBURN, JAMES, M.A. 1779, M.D. 1783. 

" Natus in Kirkintilloch Filius natu Maximus Mathae Coactoris tributorum in 
Comitatu de Dumbarton" [Matric. Alb. 1774]. 

ROGER, FRANCIS, M.D. 1801. 

"Callus Emigrans" [Grad. Alb.]. 

ROGERS, DAVID, M.A. 1814. 

Possibly the same person as David Rodgers, Irish Presbyterian Minister at 
Killala, 1820-59, who died June, 1859. 

ROGERS, JAMES, M.D. 1833. 

Saltash, Cornwall ; previously Physician to British Legation, St. Petersburg. 

ROGERS, JOHN, M.A. 1764. 

Ordained Minister at Ballibay (alias Cahans) in 1767, and acted as Professor 
of Divinity to Irish Burgher Synod from 1796-1814; died 24th August, 1814. 



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ROGERS, JOHN, M.A. 1794. 

Presbyterian Minister at Glascar, Ireland, 1798 to 1854 ; died 25th December, 
1854; son of John Rogers, M.A. 1764 (q.v.). 

ROGERS, NATHAN, M.A. 1810. 

"Filius natu Maximus Gulielmi Agricolae in parochia de Taughboyne in 
comitatu de Donnegal" [Matric. Alb. 1807]. 

ROGERS, NATHANIEL, M.A. 1762. 

Of Boston, New England. 

ROGERS, QUINTIN, M.A. 1750. 

" Filius quondam Christopheri Rogers Armigeri Jurisconsult! in Montpleasant 
in Com. de Corke in Hibernia" [Matric. Alb. 1743]. 

ROGERS, WILLIAM, M.B., C.M. 1869. 

Horsley, Northumberland; Surgeon, Steamship Service; Balfron ; Glasgow; 
Nelson, N.Z. 

ROLESTON, JOHN, B.A. 1853, M.A. 1854. 

" Filius natu max. Thomae agricolae in comitatu de Tyrone " [Matric. Alb. 
1851]. 

ROLLAND, JOHN, M.A. 1778. 

Captain, 7th Bengal Native Infantry ; son of Robert Rolland, Minister of 
Culross. 

ROME, JAMES, B.A. 1860, M.A. 1861. 

Advocate, Silverton Hill, Hamilton [General Council Register, 1862-63]. 

RONALD, GEORGE, M.B. 1872, M.D. 1874. 

Montrose; Strathblane; died gth May, 1877, aged 27. 

RONALD, JOHN, C.M. 1825. 

Ayr; J.P. ; died i7th July, 1887, aged 83. 

RONALD, JOHN, CM. 1834. 

Stenhousemuir ; Larbert; died 2gth December, 1892. 

RONALD, JOHN, M.A. 1890, B.D. 1894. 

Minister of the U.P. Church at Stewarton since 1897. 

RONALD, JOHN GILFILLAN, M.B., C.M. 1892. 

Larbert. 

RONALD, ROBERT WILSON, M.D., C.M. 1863. 

Glasgow; Applecross, Ross-shire; Warrington, Lanes.; died there, i3th 
June, 1895, aged 56. 

RONALD, WILLIAM, M.A. 1774. 

"Filius natu maximus Gulielmi Civis Glasguensis" [Matric. Alb. 1769]. 

ROONEY, JAMES CLEMENT, CM. 1833. 

Moira. Co. Down. 

2 L 



530 ROLL OF GRADUATES 

RORISON, GILBERT, LL.D. 1862. 

Curate of (i) St. John's Episcopal Church, Edinburgh, 1844-45, (2) St. 
James', Leith, 1845-46; Incumbent of St. Peter's, Peterhead, 1846-69; born 
4th February, 1821; died nth October, 1869. 

ROSBOROUGH, WILLIAM, B.A. 1855, M.A. 1856. 

" Filius natu tertius Gulielmi agricolae in parochia de Comber et comitatu de 
Deny" [Matric. Alb. 1853]; Armagh Bursar; died before 8th December, 
1857- 

ROSE, GEORGE, M.A. 1766. 

"Filius natu maximus Thomae Arm. in Comitatu de Limerick, Hibernia" 
[Matric. Alb. 1765]. 

ROSE, HUGH, M.A., M.D. 1778. 

"Scoto Britannus" [Grad. Alb.]. 

ROSE, JOHN, M.A. 1769. 

"Hibernus" [Grad. Alb.]. 

ROSE, WILLIAM, M.A. 1789. 

Minister of Kirkcolm, 1795 to 1845 ; died 2yth February, 1845, aged 77. 

ROSE, WILLIAM DAVID, M.B., C.M. 1892. 

Hamilton; Bicester, Oxfordshire. 

ROSEBERY, EARL OF, LL.D. 1879. 

Fifth Earl; Under Secretary of State for Home Department, 1881-83 > Lord 
Privy Seal and First Commissioner of Works, February to June, 1885 ; Temporary 
Keeper of the Great Seal of Scotland, 1885 ; Secretary of State for Foreign Affairs, 
1886 and 1892-94; Premier, First Lord of the Treasury, and Lord President of 
the Council, 1894-95; P.C., K.G., K.T. ; born ;th May, 1847. 

ROSS, ALEXANDER, M.D. 1828. 

"Scotus" [Grad. Alb.]. 

ROSS, ALEXANDER, B.A. 1834. 

Rector of (i) Free Church Grammar School, Campbeltown, (2) Lome Street 
Public School there; died 4th August, 1896, aged 84. 

ROSS, ALEXANDER GOUDY, B.A. 1839, M.A. 1840. 

Presbyterian Minister at Markethill, Co. Armagh, 1843-58; died 24th 
February, 1858. 

ROSS, ANDREW, M.D., C.M. 1852. 

Muirkirk ; Molong, N.S. Wales. 

ROSS, BRYCE, D.D. 1890. 

F.C. Missionary to Kaffraria; son of John Ross, M.A. 1819 (q.v.). 

ROSS, CHARLES DRUMMOND MORAY, M.A. 1893. 

Clerk (Land Agency Department) to Dundas & Wilson, C.S., Edinburgh. 

ROSS, CHARLES MORLAND, M.D. 1860. 

Stoneykirk, Wigtownshire; died iith June, 1883. 



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531 



ROSS, DAVID, M.A. 1728. 

"Sc. Hib." [Matric. Alb. 1727]. 

ROSS, DAVID, LL.D. 1886. 

Classical Master in Banff Burgh and Grammar School, 1863-65; Master of 
Gartsherrie Sessional School, 1865-72; Rector of Gartsherrie Academy, Coat- 
bridge, 1872-78; Principal of Church of Scotland Training College, Glasgow, 
since 1878, and Lecturer on Education in the University since 1894. 

ROSS, DONALD, M.B., CM. 1878. 

Glasgow. 

ROSS, DUNCAN, M.A. 1895. 

Student of Theology in F.C. College, Glasgow. 

ROSS, EDWARD, M.A. 1881. 

Minister of Presbyterian Church, Salem, Annotto Bay, Jamaica. 

ROSS, GEORGE MUNRO, M.A. 1896. 

Native of Greenock ; Student of Theology in Free Church College, Glasgow ; 
died 5th January, 1897, aged 22. 

ROSS, JAMES, M.A. 1890. 

Teacher in John Street Public School, Bridgeton, Glasgow. 

ROSS, JOHN, M.D. 1811. 

" Fil. natu 2 dus Zacchei Armigeri de Hawk, in insula de St. Thomas " [Matric. 
Alb. 1804]. 

ROSS, JOHN, M.A. 1819. 

Missionary to Kaffraria, South Africa; ordained 5th March, 1823; died 
7th June, 1878. 

ROSS, JOHN, B.A. 1850, M.A. 1851. 

"Scotus" [Grad. Alb.]. 

ROSS, JOHN, M.B., CM. 1877. 

Glasgow; King William's Town, Cape Colony; died 3rd September, 1891, 
aged 39. 

ROSS, JOHN, D.D. 1894. 

Missionary in Manchuria. 

ROSS, JOHN HARRIS, M.D., CM. 1871. 

Brighton; died 24th December, 1889, aged 47. 

ROSS, JOHN MERRY, LL.D. 1874. 

Senior English Master in Royal High School, Edinburgh (originally studied 
for U.P. Ministry) ; Editor of Globe Encyclopaedia, etc. ; born at Kilmarnock, 2ist 
April, 1833; died at Edinburgh, 3rd February, 1883. 

ROSS, JOHN MURDOCH EBENEZER, M.A. 1890. 

Free Church Minister at Alford since 1896. 



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ROSS, RICHARD, M.A. 1806. 

" Filius natu Quartus Davidis Mercatoris in parochia de Monaghan et in 
comitatu ejusdem" [Matric. Alb. 1802]. 

ROSS, ROBERT, M.D. 1788. 

"Hibernus" [Grad. Alb.]. 

ROSS, THOMAS, LL.D. 1807. 

Minister of (i) Scottish Church, Rotterdam, (2) Parish of Lochbroom; joined 
Free Church party in 1843; died 2th July of that year; an eminent Gaelic 
scholar and preacher. 

ROSS, WILLIAM, M.D. 1830, CM. 1864. 

Dingwall; died 1870. 

ROSS, WILLIAM, M.D. 1834. 

"Scotus" [Grad. Alb.]. 

ROSS, WILLIAM, M.A. 1867. 

Professor of Mathematics, etc., in the Free Church Christian College, Madras, 
India, 1871-76; born in Islay, 1845; died in Madras, of cholera, 23rd November, 
1876. 

ROSS, WILLIAM, M.B., C.M. 1877. 

Glasgow. 

ROSS, ZACHARY M'AULY HAMILTON, M.A. 1872. 

(i) Teacher in Gartsherrie Science School, Coatbridge ; (2) Rector of Burgh 

Grammar School, Campbeltown ; (3) Rector of Irvine Academy ; (4) one of the 

English Masters in Glasgow Academy ; born at Bressay Isle, Shetland, Qth March, 

1852. 

ROSSE, GEORGE, M.A. 1733. 

Professor of Humanity in Glasgow University, 1735 to : 754> Dean of 
Faculties, 1753 to 1754; died 26th August, 1754. 

ROSSE, JOHN, M.A. 1754. 

Probably " films natu minimus Magistri Andreae Rosse Exprofessoris H. L. 
in Academia Glasguensi" [Matric. Alb. 1740]. 

ROSSER, JOHN SAMUEL, M.B., C.M. 1887. 

Morriston, Glam.; Newport, Mon. ; Morriston, Glam. 

ROTHERY, RALPH HENRY, M.B., C.M. 1890. 

Glasgow ; Lambourn, Berks. ; Loddon, Norfolk. 

ROUNTRY, JOHN, C.M. 1839. 

"Hibernus" [Grad. Alb.]. 

ROUTH, EDWARD JOHN, LL.D. 1880. 

Fellow of St. Peter's College, Cambridge. 



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ROUTLEDGE, JOSEPH, M.A. 1884. 

Teacher in Grove Street School, Glasgow, 1877-83 ; Teacher in Oakbank 

School there, 1883-87 ; Head Master of St. David's School there, 1887-91 ; Head 

Master of Bobbie's Loan School there, 1891-96; Head Master of Springburn 

School there since 1896. 

ROUTLEDGE, ROBERT, M.B., CM. 1886. 

Arlecdon, Cumberland. 

ROWAN, JAMES, M.A. 1739. 

" Filius Viri R ndi Joannis Rowan V.D.M. in Comitatu de Down in Hibernia" 
[Matric. Alb. 1738} 

ROWAN, JOHN, M.B., CM. 1889. 

London; Greenock; Glasgow. 

ROWAND, CHARLES, M.D. 1844. 

Brighton, Victoria, Australia; died z8th May, 1875, aged 86. 

ROWAND, STEPHEN, M.A. 1776. 

Minister of Largs; died 4th June, 1801. 

ROWAT, JOHN, M.B., CM. 1886, M.D. 1892. 

Glasgow ; Tarbolton ; Kilmarnock ; Darvel ; Highworth, Wilts. ; Troon. 

ROWATT, GAVIN, M.A. 1821. 

R.P. Minister at Whithorn; died 2nd November, 1832, aged 30. 

ROWDEN, LEONARD ALFRED, M.B., CM. 1892. 

Lenzie ; Thirsk, Yorks. ; Morley, Leeds ; Roundhay there. 

ROWLAND, WILLIAM, M.A. 1758. 

"Filius natu maximus Gulielmi Centurionis in comitatu de Cork" [Matric. 
Alb. 1755]. 

ROXBURGH, ALEXANDER, M.B., CM. 1886. 

Pollokshields ; Balfron; Pollokshields. 

ROXBURGH, ARCHIBALD, M.B., CM. 1886. 

Jamestown, Dumbartonshire; Pelsall, Staffs.; died 28th June, 1895, a g e ^ 3 1 - 

ROXBURGH, DAVID, M.B., CM. 1885. 

Douglas, Isle of Man; Glasgow; Dunoon; London. 

ROXBURGH, EDWARD, M.A. 1884, B.D. 1888. 

Minister of Presbyterian Church, Oldham. 

ROXBURGH, HENRY ADAM, M.A. 1878, LL.B. 1882. 

Writer, Glasgow. 

ROXBURGH, JAMES FINDLAY, M.A. 1877, LL.B. 1882. 

W.S., Edinburgh. 

ROXBURGH, JOHN, M.A. 1799, 

Minister of Kilmaurs; died 2ist April, 1840, aged 61. 



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ROXBURGH, JOHN, M.A. 1828, D.D. 1849. 

Minister of (i) St. John's, Dundee, (2) Free St. John's there, (3) Free 
St. John's, Glasgow; died 2nd November, 1880. 

ROXBURGH, WILLIAM, M.A. 1882. 

Divinity Student; died at Alloa, 7th January, 1889, aged 27. 

ROXBURGH, WILLIAM, M.B., CM. 1888. 

Mount Vernon, Lanarkshire; Maryhill; Lugar; Troon. 

ROY, ALEXANDER MARSHALL, M.B., CM. 1892. 

Dundee; died at 49 Milnbank Road there, i5th November, 1896. 

ROY, GOPAUL CHUNDER, M.D. 1871. 

Surgeon-Major, Bengal Army; died 1887. 

ROY, JAMES, M.A. 1747. 

Minister of (i) Shettleston Chapel of Ease, (2) St. Cuthbert's Chapel of 
Ease, Edinburgh, (3) Prestonpans; died 3rd September, 1767, aged 37; brother 
of General William Roy and of Neil Roy, D.D. (q.v.). 

ROY, JOHN, M.A. 1869. 

Minister of (i) Baldernock, (2) Drymen. 

ROY, NEIL, M.A. 1750, D.D. 1790. 

Minister of Aberlady, 1770 to 1811; died nth January, 1811, aged 81; 
brother of General William Roy and of James Roy, M.A. 1747 (q.v.). 

ROY, PRAMATH NATH, M.B., C.M. 1885. 

Glasgow; Charlestown, Boston, U.S.A. 

RUDGE, JAMES, D.D. 1819. 

Incumbent of, inter alia, St. Anne's, Limehouse, and Domestic Chaplain to, 

inter alios, H.R.H. the Duke of Kent; B.A. Oxon. 1808; M.A. 1813; F.R.S. 

RUGGAN, JOHN, M.A. 1894. 

Licentiate of the Church of Scotland. 

RUHM, THOMAS FRANCIS, B.Sc. 1892. 

U.S. Navy. 

RULE, ROBERT, M.A. 1893. 

Manufacturer, Glasgow. 

RUNCIE, JAMES, M.A. 1773. 

" Filius natu Secundus Joannis Agricolae in Parochia de Cregan in Comitatu 
de Armagh in Hibernia" [Matric. Alb. 1772]. 

RUNCIMAN, DAVID, D.D. 1849. 

Minister of (i) Newington, Edinburgh, (2) St Andrew's, Glasgow; born 
3oth March, 1804; died i2th September, 1872. 

RUNCIMAN, DAVID WILLIAMSON, M.A. 1860. 

Minister of (i) Leslie, Fife, 1864-77, (2) St. Stephen's Presbyterian Church, 
Ponsonby, Auckland, New Zealand, 1878-89; Registrar of University College, 
Auckland, since 1894; son of David Runciman, D.D. (q.v.). 



ROLL OF GRADUATES 535 

RUSK, ROBERT, M.A. 1817. 

Irish Presbyterian Minister at Grange, near Ballymena, 1824-41 ; died 
25th July, 1841. 

RUSSEL, ALEXANDER, M.A., M.D. 1748. 

Sometime Surgeon to the Turkey Company at Aleppo; afterwards Practitioner 

in London; became an authority on epidemic diseases, and was the adviser of 

the Government and Privy Council in the prevention of the plague in Britain ; 

died 28th November, 1768; F.R.S. 1756. 

RUSSEL, JAMES, M.D. 1742. 

Probably "films Joannis Russel de Langridge in par. de Newmonkland" 
[Matric. Alb. 1735]. 

RUSSEL, JOHN, LL.D. 1817. 

Minister of Dalserf; died 28th August, 1850, aged 63. 

RUSSEL, MICHAEL, M.A. 1806, LL.D. 1820. 

Episcopal Clergyman at (i) Alloa, (2) Leith; Dean of Edinburgh, 1831-37; 
Bishop of Glasgow and Galloway, 1837-48; D.C.L. Oxon. 1841; born at 
Edinburgh, 1781; died at Leith, 2nd April, 1848. 

RUSSEL, THOMAS S., M.A, 1822. 

"F. N. 2 dus Joannis Artif. in par. de Slamannen Stirling" [Matric. Alb. 
1818]. 

RUSSELL, ALEXANDER, M.A. 1881. 

(i) Assistant Lecturer, Gonville and Caius College, Cambridge; (2) Senior 
Mathematical Master on the Classical Side, Cheltenham College; (3) Senior 
Mathematical Master, Oxford Military College ; (4) Lecturer and Senior Demon- 
strator, Faraday House, London. 

RUSSELL, ALEXANDER STEVENSON, B.A. 1850, M.A. 1851, M.D. 1856. 

Staff-Assistant-Surgeon, Army. 

RUSSELL, ANDREW, M.A. 1832. 

Congregational Minister at (i) Haddington, (2) Dundee, (3) Stirling, (4) 
Bradford, Yorkshire; died 1881, aged 74. 

RUSSELL, ANDREW, M.A. 1866. 

Minister of (i) East Parish, Brechin, (2) North Parish, Stirling, (3) Leslie, 
Fife. 

RUSSELL, ANDREW GIBB, M.B., CM. 1865, M.D. 1867. 

Presbyterian Minister at Bradford, 1865-78; afterwards Medical Practitioner 
at Harrogate; J.P. ; died igth October, 1892. 

RUSSELL, ARCHIBALD, M.A. 1872. 

F.C. Minister at (i) Gourock, (2) Kinning Park, Glasgow. 

RUSSELL, CHRISTOPHER, M.D. 1834. 

Enniskerry, Co. Wicklow. 



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RUSSELL, DOUGLAS WILLS, M.B., CM. 1890. 

Paisley ; Glasgow ; Paisley ; Glasgow. 

RUSSELL, FRANK, M.B., C.M. 1884. 

Glasgow ; Stewarton ; Newcastle-on-Tyne. 

RUSSELL, GAVIN, M.B., C.M. 1887. 

Hamilton ; English Presbyterian Missionary to Formosa ; died at Kagi there, 
of typhoid fever, 3rd July, 1892, aged 26. 

RUSSELL, GEDDES GRAHAM, M.B., C.M. 1893. 

Glasgow. 

RUSSELL, GEORGE, M.B., C.M. 1878. 

Glasgow ; Hartshill, Staffs. ; Tunstall there ; Oudtshoorn, Cape Colony. 

RUSSELL, HUGH, M.B., C.M. 1867, M.D. 1873. 

Earsdon, Northumberland ; Trimdon, Durham ; New Swindon, Durham ; 
Trimdon. 

RUSSELL, HUGH SCOTT, M.B., C.M. 1890. 

Newmains ; Galston. 

RUSSELL, JAMES, M.A. 1810. 

Barrister-at-Law, London, and sometime Law Reporter ; became blind several 
years before his death; born at Stirling, 1790; died near Harrow, 6th January, 
1861. 

RUSSELL, JAMES, D.D. 1822. 

Minister of Dunning, 1818-60; died 8th October, 1860, aged 97; ordained 
when 55 years of age. 

RUSSELL, JAMES, M.A. 18.92. 

Teacher in (i) Grove Street School, Glasgow, 1892-93, (2) West Coats 
School, Cambuslang, since 1893. 

RUSSELL, JAMES BURN, B.A. 1858, M.D., C.M. 1862, LL.D. 1885. 

Medical Officer of Health for the City of Glasgow. 

RUSSELL, JAMES CURDIE, D.D. 1881. 

Minister of Campbeltown. 

RUSSELL, JAMES STRUTHERS, M.A. 1875. 

Private Tutor in Mathematics, Glasgow; born at Stornoway, 1856; died i6th 
January, 1893. 

RUSSELL, JOHN, M.A. 1803. 

Minister of Muthil, 1809-26 ; "was elected by the Town Council of Glasgow 
to St. John's Church there, which so affected his mind that he died i7th April, 
1826, in his 42nd year" [Scott's fasti.'] 

RUSSELL, JOHN, M.A. 1807. 

"Scotus" [Grad. Alb.]. 

RUSSELL, JOHN, M.D. 1846. 

Probably Campbeltown. 



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RUSSELL, JOHN, M.A. 1871. 

F.C Minister at Lochwinnoch. 
RUSSELL, JOHN, M.B., CM. 1883. 

Coatbridge; Birstal, Yorks. ; Brigg, Lines. 
RUSSELL, JOHN ARCHIBALD, B.A. 1835, LL.B. 1851. 

Professor of English Law in University College, London. 

RUSSELL, JOHN HARVEY SHAND, M.A. 1882. 

Son of Minister of Yarrow ; intended for Ministry of Church of Scotland ; died 
(before completion of Theological course) 3rd July, 1884, aged 23. 

RUSSELL, JOHN JAMES, M.D. 1839. 

"Hibernus" [Grad. Alb.]. 

RUSSELL, JOHN NAISMITH, B.A. 1861. 

Minister of (i) U.P. Church, Banff, (2) Caversham Presbyterian Church, Otago, 
New Zealand, (3) West Free Church, Port-Glasgow. 

RUSSELL, JOHN SCOTT, M.A. 1825. 

(i) Interim Professor of Natural Philosophy in Edinburgh, 1832-33; (2) 
Manager of Shipbuilding Works in Greenock; (3) Shipbuilder and Consulting 
Engineer in London; constructor of the "Great Eastern"; F.R.S, ; born at 
Parkhead, Glasgow, 8th May, 1808; died at Ventnor, 8th June, 1882. 

RUSSELL, ROBERT, M.A. 1889. 

U.P. Minister at Kilbarchan. 

RUSSELL, THOMAS, M.B., CM. 1889. 

Cramond; Glasgow. 

RUSSELL, WILLIAM, M.D. 1859. 

Native of Coatbridge; no trace of his career. 

RUSSELL, WILLIAM, M.B., C.M. 1880. 

Skipton, Yorks. ; Newmains. 

RUSSELL, WILLIAM, M.B., C.M. 1887. 

Paisley. 

RUSSELL, WILLIAM WYLIE, M.A. 1886. 

Teacher in Glasgow. 

RUSSELL, WILLIAM YOUNG, M.A. 1895. 

Teacher in (i) Falkirk High School, 1895-96, (2) English School, Valparaiso, 

Chili, South America, since 1896; son of John Naismith Russell, B.A. (q.v.). 

RUTHERFORD, ANDREW, M.A. 1818. 

" Filius natu Minimus Gulielmi defuncti Agricolae in parochia de Broughton 
in comitatu de Tweedale" [Matric. Alb. 1815]. 

RUTHERFORD, JOHN, M.A. 1795. 

"Filius Natu Tertius Samuelis V.D.M. in parochia de Killevan in comitatu de 
Monaghan in Hybernia" [Matric. Alb. 1792]. 



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RUTHERFORD, ROBERT WILLIAM, M.A. 1887, B.D. 1890. 

Minister of Calderhead. 

RUTHERFORD, THOMAS, M.B., CM. 1885. 

Lenzie; Shiskine, Arran; B.A. King's Coll., Canada, 1879. 

RUTHERFORD, WILLIAM, C.M. 1824. 

Annahilt, Co. Down; died June, 1866. 

RUTHERFORD, WILLIAM, M.D. 1847. 

Surgeon-General, Army; C.B. ; died 24th March, 1887, aged 71. 

RUTHERFORD, WILLIAM, LL.D. 1848. 

Secretary to the Royal Astronomical Society, London. 

RUTHERFURD, ANDREW, M.A. 1879, B.D. 1882. 

(a) Minister of St. Thomas', Dundee, 1885-93; (fr) locum tenens (i) in 
Glasgow Cathedral, (2) at Kirkpatrick-Irongray ; (c) Merchant in Glasgow. 

RUTHERFURD, HENRY, M.A. 1881, M.B., C.M. 1884. 

Glasgow ; Dundee ; Glasgow. 

RUTHERFURD, JOHN, M.A. 1873, B.D. 1877. 

Minister of (i) U.P. Church at Craigmore, Rothesay, (2) English Presbyterian 
Church at Lewes, Sussex. 

RUTHVEN, JOHN, B.A. 1860, M.A. 1861. 

U.P. Minister at Kinross. 

RUTTER, THEODORE WILLIAM, M.D. 1854. 

Assistant-Surgeon, Army; died at Cairo, i4th August, 1861. 

RUTTLEDGE, CHRISTOPHER HUDSON, M.D. 1834, C.M. 1836. 

"Hibernus" [Grad. Alb.]. 

RUTTLEDGE, JAMES, M.D. 1838. 

Staff- Assistant-Surgeon to the Forces ; London; Brighton; died 2 gih January, 
1876, aged 66. 

RYAN, JOHN, M.D. 1845. 

Killadysart, Co. Clare ; Ballincally, Co. Clare. 

RYLAND, WILLIAM NEWCOME, M.D. 1825. 

"Hibernus" [Grad. Alb.]. 

SADLEIR, CHARLES, M.A. 1767. 

" Filius natu secundus Caroli Armigeri de Castletoun in Comitatu de Tippe- 
rary in Hibernia" [Matric. Alb. 1765]. 

SADLER, HERBERT CHARLES, B.Sc. 1893. 

Naval Architect, Glasgow ; Assistant to Professor of Naval Architecture in the 
University since 1896. 

SALMON, SIR JAMES, M.D. 1865. 

Inspector-General of Hospitals and Fleets, R.N. ; Honorary Physician to the 
Queen; died i7th December, 1886, aged 75. 



ROLL OF GRADUATES 539 

SALMOND, WILLIAM, D-D- 1881. 

Professor of Theology to Church of Otago and Southland, New Zealand. 

SALMOND, WILLIAM, M.B., C.M. 1894. 

Glasgow. 

SAMSON, JOHN, M.A. 1805. 

Minister of the Irish Presbyterian Congregation of Dromore and Fintona, 
1808-35, wnen resigned. 
SAMUEL, GEORGE, M.A. 1881. 

English Presbyterian Minister at Towlaw, Durham. 

SAMUEL, WILLIAM, M.A. 1891. 

Presbyterian Minister at Stanley, Co. Durham, September to December, 
1895. 

SANDEL, ANUNDO LALL, M.B., C.M. 1882. 

Dublin; Calcutta; died gth October, 1894, aged 36. 

SANDEMAN, WALTER, M.B., C.M. 1885. 

Glasgow ; Tillicoultry j Stepps ; Bridge of Weir. 

SANDERS, ARCHIBALD GEORGE, M.B., C.M. 1891. 

Lockerbie ; Lochmaben. 

SANDERSON, AYMOR RICH, M.D. 1836. 

"Anglicanus" [Grad. Alb.]. 

SANDERSON, WILLIAM, M.A. 1730. 

"Anglus" [Matric. Alb. 1727]. 

SANDFORD, DANIEL FOX, LL.D. 1874. 

(i) Holder of various curacies in Scotland; (2) Incumbent of St. John's 

Episcopal Church, Edinburgh, 1873-83; (3) Bishop of Tasmania, 1883-89; (4) 

Bishop Coadjutor of Durham and Rector of Boldon, Sunderland; brother of Baron 

Sandford (q.v.); born 25th July, 1831. 

SANDFORD, FRANCIS RICHARD JOHN (BARON SANDFORD), LL.D. 1859. 

Examiner and Secretary to Council of Education, 1848-84; Secretary to 
Exhibition Commissioners, 1862; Assistant Secretary for Colonies, 1868; Under 
Secretary for Scotland, 1885-88; Secretary of Science and Art Department, etc.; 
Knighted 1863; C.B. 1871; K.C-B. 1879; P.C. 1885; raised to Peerage, 1891; 
son of Sir D. K. Sandford, Professor of Greek ; born in the Old College, i4th 
May, 1824; died in London, 3151 December, 1893; Snell Exhibitioner, 1841; 
B.A. Oxon. 1846; M.A. 1858. 

SANDIFORD, THOMAS, M.D. 1843. 

Passage West, Co. Cork; Castle Martyr, same Co.; died 1895. 

SANDILANDS, JAMES, M.B., C.M. 1895. 

Missionary to the New Hebrides. 

SANDILANDS, JOHN, M.A. 1884, M.B., C.M. 1888, M.D. 1894. 

F.C. Medical Missionary to Central India. 



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SANDILANDS, WILLIAM PETTIT, M.B., CM. 1888. 

Pentre, Glam.; Newcastle-on-Tyne ; Maybole. 

SAPHIR, ADOLPH, B.A. 1854. 

Missionary to Jews in Hamburg ; afterwards English Presbyterian Minister ot 

(i) Laygate, South Shields, (2) St. Mark's, Greenwich, (3) Notting Hill, London, 

(4) Belgrave, London; born September, 1831; died 4th April, 1891; D.D. 

Edin. 1878. 

SARJANT, SAMUEL CRUSHA, B.A. 1852. 

Curate of Parish Church, Halesworth, Suffolk, 1859-63; Curate of St. 
Michael's, Derby, 1863-65; Principal of Hotton House School, Derby, 1865-74; 
Principal of Beauchamp House School, Kibworth, Leicestershire, 1874-78 ; 
Curate of Parish Church, Chesterfield, 1878-80; Curate-in-Charge, Holy Trinity, 
Chesterfield, 1880-82; Curate-in-Charge, Parish Church, Chesterfield, 1882-84; 
Vicar of Burbage, Buxton, 1884-95; born r 6th January, 1825; died i6th July, 
1895. 

SAUNDERS, JAMES CROMBIE, M.A. 1896. 

Teacher in (i) Kay Public School, Glasgow, (2) Keppochhill Public School 
there. 

SAUNDERS, JOHN MAURICE, M.A. 1886. 

Presbyterian Minister at (i) Colorado, 1883-85 and 1887, (2) California, 1887, 
(3) Pencoed, South Wales, 1888-89, (4) Llandovery there, 1889-91, (5) Penarth 
there since 1891. 

SAUNDERS, THOMAS, M.A. 1894. 

Teacher, Glasgow, in (i) Rosemount Public School, (2) Garnethill High 
School for Girls. 

SAUNDERS, WILLIAM, CM. 1826. 

Airdrie. 

SAUNDERSON, EDWARD DYER, LL.B. 1828. 

"Of the Inner Temple, London" [Univ. Minute, i5th February, 1828]. 

SAUNDERSON, ROBERT, M.D., CM. 1848. 

Edenderry, King's Co.; died 3rd April, 1893, aged 77. 

SCANLAN, CHARLES EDWARD, M.B., C.M. 1886. 

London ; Petone, Wellington, New Zealand. 

SCANLAN, HENRY, M.B., C.M. 1871. 

Glasgow ; Staff-Surgeon, R.N. 
SCANLAN, JAMES, M.B., C.M. 1868, M.D. 1877. 

Glasgow; Surgeon-Lieut.-Col., Army. 

SCANLAN, JOSEPH, M.B., C.M. 1885. 

Glasgow. 

SCHMIDL, MARCUS MAXIMILIAN, M.D. 1861. 

Native of Austria; probably settled there. 



ROLL OF GRADUATES 541 

SCHOFIELD, RICHARD L., B.A. 1813. 

Schoolmaster at Brighton. 

SCHOOLES, HENRY JAMES, M.D. 1837. 

Deputy Surgeon-General, Army ; Surgeon, School of Musketry, Hythe ; died 
i ath May, 1878, aged 62. 

SCHORLEMMER, CARL, LL.D. 1888. 

Professor of Chemistry in Owens College, Victoria University, Manchester; 
born at Darmstadt, 3oth September, 1834; died at Manchester, 27th June, 
1892. 

SCLANDERS, ALEXANDER BANKIER, M.A. 1842. 

U.P. Minister at (i) Bathgate, (2) Musselburgh ; demitted on account of 
ill-health, 5th February, 1861 ; died ist December, 1861, aged 39. 

SCLATER, THOMAS, M.A, 1873. 

U.P. Minister at Inverkeithing ; died there, 4th December, 1892, aged 53. 

SCOBIE, ALFRED, M.A. 1888, LL.B. 1894. 

Writer, Glasgow. 

SCOBIE, ANDREW, M.A. 1882, B.D. 1885. 

English Presbyterian Minister at Rochdale. 

SCOBIE, JOHN, M.B., CM. 1887. 

Acklington, Northumberland. 

SCOBIE, WILLIAM, M.A. 1882, B.D. 1886, M.B., CM. 1895. 

Glasgow; previously a Probationer of the Free Church of Scotland. 

SCOT, WILLIAM, M.D. 1786. 

Native of Edinburgh ; probably practised in London ; was admitted a 
Licentiate of the Royal College of Physicians, London, 2nd April, 1792. 

SCOTLAND, ROBERT MOFFAT, M.A. 1893. 

Teacher in (i) Hillhead Public School, Glasgow, (2) Lairdsland Public 
School, Kirkintilloch. 

SCOTLAND, THOMAS, M.B., CM. 1872. 

Greenock ; Newcastle-on-Tyne. 

SCOTLAND, WILSON, M.D. 1836, CM. 1837. 

"Scotus" [Grad. Alb.]. 

SCOTT, ALEXANDER, M.B., CM. 1875, M.D. 1887. 

Cumnock; Tollcross. 

SCOTT, ALEXANDER, M.B., C.M. 1896. 

Broxburn. 



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SCOTT, ALEXANDER JOHN, M.A. 1824. 

Licentiate of the Church of Scotland, but deprived of his license, 27th May, 
1831, he having "voluntarily declared that he does not believe the whole doctrine 
contained in the Confession of Faith"; Minister of a small congregation at 
Woolwich, 1831-46; Professor of English in University College, London, 1847-50; 
Professor of Hebrew in the Owens College, Manchester, 1850-60; Professor of 
English there, 1850-66; Principal of that College, 1850-57; born at Greenock, 
26th March, 1805; died at Veytaux, Switzerland, i2th January, 1866; son of 
John Scott, D.D. 1803 (q.v.). 

SCOTT, ANDREW, M.D. 1857. 

Burgh-by-Sands, Cumberland; died 1870. 

SCOTT, ARCHIBALD, M.A. 1788. 

Minister of Pettinain ; ordained 2gth March, 1804; died 2ist December, 
1805, aged 36; son of James Scott, D.D. 1797 (q.v.). 

SCOTT, ARCHIBALD, B.A. 1855, D.D. 1876. 

Minister of (i) East Parish, Perth, (2) Abernethy, (3) Maxwell Parish, 
Glasgow, (4) Linlithgow, (5) Greenside, Edinburgh, (6) St. George's there. 

SCOTT, ARCHIBALD BLACK, M.A. 1889, B.D. 1892. 

Minister of Kildonan, Helmsdale. 

SCOTT, ARTHUR THOMAS, M.A. 1878, M.B., CM. 1891. 

(i) Merchant in Glasgow; (2) Journalist there; (3) Medical Practitioner 
there. 

SCOTT, CHARLES FRANCIS, M.B., C.M. 1891. 

Cambuslang ; Bradford, Yorks. ; Gourock. 

SCOTT, DAVID, D.D. 1887. 

Minister of the Free Church at Saltcoats, 1867-97; died i2th May, 1897, 
aged 63. 

SCOTT, EBENEZER, M.A. 1893, B.D. 1896. 

Licentiate of the U.P. Church. 

SCOTT, ERNEST FINDLAY, M.A. 1888. 

(Logan Medallist); Minister of Prestwick U.P. Church since 1895; Snell 
Exhibitioner, 1888; B.A. Oxon. 1894. 

SCOTT, FREDERICK BEAUFORT, M.D., C.M. 1861. 

C.M.G. ; Surgeon-Col, Army. 

SCOTT, GAVIN STEELE, M.B., C.M. 1884. 

East Kilbride ; Birmingham. 

SCOTT, GEDDES MACKENZIE, B.A. 1823, M.A. 1824, M.D. 1836. 

Glasgow; London; died 1887. 

SCOTT, GEORGE, M.B., C.M. 1880. 

Campbeltown ; Portpatrick ; Stranraer. 



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SCOTT, GEORGE ALEXANDER DUNCAN, B.L. 1887. 

Writer, Glasgow. 

SCOTT, JAMES, D.D. 1797. 

Minister of (i) Libberton and Quothquan, (2) Carluke ; died 4th October, 
1812, aged 78. 

SCOTT, JAMES, B.A. 1848. 

"Filius natu minimus Alexandri